About Cogitai

Cogitai, Inc. is dedicated to building artificial intelligences (AIs) that learn continually from interaction with the real world. Our goal is to build the brains, i.e., the continual-learning AI software, that will let everyday things that sense and act get smarter with experience. This experience will be shared across devices and domains to allow the rapid scaling-up of learning.

The founders, Mark Ring, Peter Stone, and Satinder Singh Baveja, are three of the leading researchers in designing AIs that learn knowledge and actions from experience, with a combined total of over 60 years of active research and development in AI.  Our “Brain Trust” consists of ten of the world’s best academics in this area, who will be actively engaged in technology development for the company.

Founders

Mark Ring
Founders
CEO, Cogitai
Peter Stone
Founders
President and COO, Cogitai;
Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Texas at Austin
Satinder Singh Baveja
Founders
CTO and Chief Scientist, Cogitai;
Professor, Computer Science and Engineering, University of Michigan

Brain Trust

Andy Barto
Brain Trust
Professor Emeritus, College of Information and Computer Sciences, U of Massachusetts, Amherst
Michael Bowling
Brain Trust
Professor, Department of Computing Science, University of Alberta
Peter Dayan
Brain Trust
Professor Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit, University College London
Charles Isbell
Brain Trust
Professor and Senior Associate Dean, College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology
Michael Littman
Brain Trust
Professor, Department of Computer Science, Brown University
David Parkes
Brain Trust
Harvard College Professor, George F. Colony Professor of Computer Science, and Area Dean for Computer Science, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Harvard University
Doina Precup
Brain Trust
Associate Prof., School of Computer Science, McGill University
Rich Sutton
Brain Trust
Professor and iCORE chair, Department of Computing Science, University of Alberta
Ben Van Roy
Brain Trust
Professor of Electrical Engineering, Management Science and Engineering, and, by courtesy, Computer Science, at Stanford University
Jianwei Zhang
Brain Trust
Professor, Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Natural Science, University of Hamburg