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Generative AI
that cares

aKin AI has greater ability to adapt to people, and think for itself. aKin AI is unlike classic generative AI – it is based on chaos theory. This means it can handle complex tasks, and is not limited by input-output prompts and masses of data



Akin launches Limbic Scaffolding for advanced generative AI + multiple embodiments

Akin has successfully completed a Federal - Funded project called Limbic Scaffolding - a platform to more rapidly assemble ‘brain and body’ combinations for advanced generative AI with emotional awareness, for robotic systems and ambient AI.

aKin wins significant space agency grant for ‘AI crew for Space

The Australian Space Agency has awarded a•kin a grant to build helper and inspector robots, and an AI habitat manager.

Robotics adoption matters: combining artificial and natural intelligence

In the last day of the Robotics adoption matters series, Alexander Hadjiivanov discusses the case for AI in human-robot collaboration.

An emotionally intelligent AI could support astronauts on a trip to Mars

With thanks to the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre, aKin will develop a platform to combine robot brain, sensors and hardware.

aKin wins Outstanding Paper Award at CEC 2019

Chief Research Officer, Alexander Hadjiivanov's paper on evolutionary computation bested hundreds to win the Outstanding Student Paper Award at the 2019 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation.

Continuous adaptive learning for neural networks

A simple biologically plausible input conversion method based on the operation of the mammalian retina.

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