Building Next Generation AI
Would you trust a computer program that:
- Prescribes a medical treatment without any explanation ?
- Computes your insurance premium without your understanding the rationale ?
Why AI should be explainable
One of the biggest challenges of AI is building trustworthy AI-powered systems. Humans and corporations are increasingly uncomfortable with “black box” AI algorithms that offer no insight into how decisions were reached. Our goal is to bring transparency to the models, facilitate compliance, improve model performance and reduce ethical bias.
How we will do it
NukkAI uses the game of Bridge as a testbed for its innovative approaches. Bridge, unlike Chess or Go, has resisted AI so far due to being a multiplayer, incomplete information game whose rules impose some explainability.
WWe will build models and programs capable of outperforming humans at Bridge, while providing transparency and explanability to their actions. The techniques learned along the way can be applied to real-world domains with great societal benefits.
How we tackle business
We leverage our innovative methods of Explainable AI on several business verticals, combining both “mission driven” and “market driven” approaches.
Our approach to business activities revolves around the following three pillars :
- We team up with 3rd parties to identify markets and develop products.
- We create products that can be scaled to other companies within industry, avoiding bespoke, one-off work.
- These initiatives fund NukkAI’s development.
A private Lab of Artificial Intelligence
Bringing together the best researchers, engineers,
entrepreneurs and experts to create a unique ecosystem.
Veronique has a Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence (Knowledge Representation and Machine Learning) and has been an Associate professor at University Paris Saclay since 1998. She is a bridge expert and is currently 59th French woman player. Since 2015, she has devoted her research to bridge and AI and has become the reference in this field with successes in computer bridge world championships, several international publications and presentations all over the world.