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INTELLIGENCE
CROSSED WITH
INTELLIGENCE.

We’re already smart. Using our own technology, we’re even smarter. Utilizing both, we are redefining the world of tomorrow. Today.

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A PHILOSOPHY OF INNOVATION

SHAPING THE FUTURE WITH IDEAS AND PLATFORMS
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RESEARCHING TOMORROW, TODAY.

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BETTER LIVING THROUGH HYPERGIANT INDUSTRIES

Hypergiant Industries’ R&D group is the vanguard of exploration and innovation, a passionate, diverse group of pragmatic futurists who develop solutions at the fringes of emerging technology in order to evolve human/machine collaboration, illuminate the unknown, and elevate our collective potential.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is upon us and the creative technologists are already challenging orthodoxies and are free to pursue projects on horizons in the near future and long-term foundational efforts critical to massive change. It could be a discrete business problem that has plagued an entire industry or it could be considerably more moonshot, untethered by the technological constraints that restrict true, meaningful change.

Hypergiant Industries’ R&D engages in areas of true consequence and the team is spread across projects ranging from the esoteric to the fantastical. But always with an approach that is ethical, responsible, intelligent and empathetic. Hypergiant R&D is at the forefront of scientific advancement within Hypergiant Industries and, whether they are building a pilot or Proof of Concept or scaling and hardening a new project for expansive rollout, they are driven to succeed for their stakeholders: business clients, partners, sibling companies, and society at large.

"MACHINE LEARNING ALLOWS US TO BUILD SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS THAT EXCEED HUMAN UNDERSTANDING AND SHOWS US HOW AI CAN INNERVATE EVERY INDUSTRY."

- STEVE JURVETSON / BOARD MEMBER OF SPACEX AND TESLA

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The following diagram illustrates the secondary methodology employed by Hypergiant in the identification, formulation, testing and deployment of Machine and Artificial Intelligence Technologies.

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RESEARCH FIELDS OF STUDY

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NEUROMORPHIC COMPUTING

  • Electronic analog circuits that mimic neuro-biological architectures present in the nervous system
  • Computational building blocks are logically analogous to neurons
  • Very-large-scale integration (VLSI) systems
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COGNITIVE CYBER SECURITY

  • Patterned on human thought processes to detect threats and protect physical and digital systems Prevent cyber
  • attacks that manipulate human perception
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ROBOTIC PERSONAL ASSISTANTS

  • Robotic programming for assistive needs
  • Office-oriented task automation and user interaction research
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AUTONOMOUS SURGICAL ROBOTICS

  • Assist surgeons in complex operations by navigating inside the body
  • Smart Tissue Autonomous Robot (STAR) integrates 3D computer imaging and sensors
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NEXT GEN CLOUD ROBOTICS

  • Access vast amounts of processing power and data from the Cloud
  • Cheap computing power and ubiquitous Net connectivity
  • Expanding a robot’s knowledge beyond its physical body
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THOUGHT CONTROLLED GAMING

  • Translate control systems from brain into human intent
  • Provide telekinetic control of the digital world
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REAL-TIME UNIVERSAL TRANSLATION

  • Analyzes the patterns of an unknown foreigh language to enable instantaneous conversion.
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VIRTUAL COMPANIONS

  • Persistent multi-modal interfaces for social interaction to provide companionship.
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REAL TIME EMOTION ANALYTICS

  • Facial extraction for telecommunications and behavioral science.
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NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING

  • Conversation state machines
  • Concept and context extraction/ correlation to discover The unstated parts of a story
  • Hidden Markov Model (HMM), LSTM (Long short-term memory)
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PATTERN RECOGNITION

  • Classification of data based on statistical knowledge extracted from patterns and/or their representations
  • Knowledge discovery in databases (KDD)
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NEURAL NETWORKS

  • Set of algorithms modeled loosely after the human brain to help cluster and classify data
  • Auto-Encoder maps through small dimensional layer
  • Convolutional layer extracts high levels of features from the input data (CNN)
  • Recurrent Neural Network for sequential data (RNN)
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DEEP LEARNING

  • Subset of machine learning using artificial neural networks
  • The universal approximator enables learning
  • Stacked neural networks with various deep layers
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MACHINE LEARNING

  • Develop techniques to give computers the ability to learn from smaller data sets, without the direct manipulation of a model
  • Unsupervised / Supervised training
  • Reinforcement Learning
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AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS

  • Network managed and supervised by a single entity
  • Autonomous system number (ASN)
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RF RESONANT CAVITY THRUSTERS

  • Radio Frequency (RF)
  • Produce thrust by reflecting microwaves internally in the device
  • EmDrive, hypothesized propellant-free thruster
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COMPUTER VISION

  • Models that classify objects, apply pixelwise segmentation, identify actions, and extract context.
  • Caps(Capsule)Net, Mask R(Region)-CNN, YOLO (You Only Look Once)
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DECENTRALIZED AUTONOMOUS ORGANIZATIONS

  • Smart contracts
  • Applications that are distributed
  • The future of the web is centralized but distributed
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HARMONIC ISOLATION GUIDANCE

  • Understand anomalous function within harmonics data, specifically within industrial-type industries
  • Assist in the cancellation of harmonic expressions
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SPEECH SYNTHESIS

  • Takes a data-point or knowledge structure and converts it into a functional representation of a sound wave
  • Wavenet, Tacotron, Deepspeech, Deep Voice
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SPEECH RECOGNITION

  • Takes a discrete collection of values that model a sound wave as input and generates a string representation of what was said
  • A mix of Markov models and deep learning to extract
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NANOFABRICATION ENGINEERING

  • Nanometer dimensions to process material on a large scale
  • Top-down and bottom-up method
  • High-density microprocessors and memory chips
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APPLICATIONS OF QUANTUM COMPUTING

  • Leverages the probabilistic and non-boolean behavior of subatomic particles
  • Research into the impact of quantum computing from a pragmatic approach and how it affects machine intelligence, encryption and everyday computing
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AUTONOMOUS NAVIGATION SYSTEMS

  • Simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) tracking optimization
  • 3-D map creation and annotation using LIDAR and RADAR
  • Routing for "In The Wild" planning
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CRYPTOGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL

  • Research modern techniques for securing data to be shared
  • Homomorphic encryption; Blockchain; Hypergraph
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LOWER EARTH ORBIT SPACE JUNK COLLECTION SYSTEM

  • Uses a harpoon, net, drag sail and LIDAT to speed up the de-orbiting process
  • Remove debris experiment

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BIOMETRIC HELMET DISPLAY

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A next-generation space helmet prototype which can display details like an astronaut’s vital signs or other information about a mission. Its purpose is to improve safety by putting more information at astronauts’ fingertips and cutting down on how much they have to maneuver in the spacesuit.

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PATCH ON PALM ACTIVATES THE DISPLAY

The Astronaut’s glove has tags sewn onto it that coordinate with the HUD to display on demand vitals for the astronaut during an EVA maneuver.

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HOLOGRAPHIC PITCH DECK

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PowerPoint and Keynote decks are the medium in which the design leaders of the past shared their narratives. But just as cave paintings gave way to Michelangelo and the radio shows of yesteryear paved the way for dazzling, eye-searing 8K video, so too must presentation decks evolve. Enter: the Holobook.

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HOLOGRAPHIC VIDEO PROJECTION

Utilizing spinning LEDs to create a 3-dimensional hologram, the Holobook introduces the viewer to the (perhaps surprisingly long) history of artificial intelligence through rich visuals and professional voiceover. Crafted for portability and style, the space-age mechanism reflects signature Hypergiant retro-science fiction style via oscilloscope instrumentation and custom analog meters.So, the next time a potential partner fires up their laptop for another boring presentation, ask yourself why they’re stuck in the 20th century. Only Hypergiant is tomorrowing today™.

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CO2 FILTERING ALGAE

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Hypergiant’s Research and Development team is designing a holistic energy concept that creates a stepping stone to reverse climate change. The key ingredient, algae, converts carbon dioxide into carbon-rich lipids to create biofuel. Every aspect of their algae bioreactor closed system will be automated and controlled by machine intelligence to make it easier to maintain, lowering any manual software burdens. Hypergiant cares about “tomorrowing today” and is building towards this bigger vision of collecting data from the interconnected network of algae reactors to globally communicate and continuously optimize devices.

Hypergiant is developing a bioreactor concept as a stepping stone to addressing climate change. The secret ingredient? Algae.

Research shows that algae production is a highly effective means of atmospheric carbon reduction, outperforming trees by a factor of 10. Our next generation of algae reactor is smaller and more modular than existing models, using machine intelligence to automate production, optimize output, and reduce maintenance.

Since our ability to affect change is driven by our ability to understand our impact, the future of climate change solutions must be highly connected and data driven. Hypergiant’s bioreactor comes paired with mobile application that provides status of the bioreactor, detects anomalies, and provides current and historical reporting of CO2 sequestration and biomass production. A cloud based infrastructure connects the bioreactors, allowing them to learn from each other, optimize for new environments, and provide global insights.

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THE PROBLEM WE ARE TRYING TO SOLVE

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It is clear that the world is in need of large-scale action to be taken quickly in an effort to combat the pollution being generated on a daily basis and changing climate because of it. More and more people are gathering at conferences to find urgent solutions which will have long-lasting, but positive effects on reversing the current problems associated with rising carbon dioxide levels and the unsettling specter of global warming.

While many people are making concerted efforts to radically adjust their lifestyles and reverse the damage already done, only a clearer understanding of all the natural and industrial processes associated with carbon levels will lead to better results. Carbon sequestration is little-known by most, but it is the most effective way to combat these challenging problems, and algae is currently the most effective way of doing so.

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WHAT WE ARE BUILDING

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So how does the algae activation work? When energy is generated from a renewable source, it allows for consumption of CO2 that was emitted before the gas escapes into the atmosphere. In other words, algae needs three key elements to grow: carbon dioxide, sunlight and water. Hypergiant is creating the next generation of algae reactors, smaller and more modular than existing models, using machine intelligence to optimize the benefits of releasing energy back into the system. The end project is a controlled closed system model as a testbed for this vision of the future. The team plans to tap into the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) in the office, to use the building exhaust as a point of reference for CO2 density. Best of all, it thrives in the carbon rich dirty air that comes from exhaust pipes.

Using object-based image analysis to analyze satellite imagery, the R&D department is able to seek accurate rooftop space calculations to house algae farms. Specifically, Hypergiant’s machine intelligence algorithms scan the satellite imagery of a city and creates an algorithm that segments pixels into vector objects to be classified. Machine intelligence can use heat maps from pollution concentration to prioritise algae farm locations as well. ML development by the R&D team will focus on developing mobile applications to monitor and maintain the CO2 reactor autonomously, along with forecasting to protect the positive impact on the Earth as humans continue to build algae farms. This machine intelligence application will provide insight into the status of the farm at any moment, detect problems, and know how much CO2 is being sequestered.

WHY ALGAE FARMS?

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Hypergiant researched the benefits of algae production versus planting trees to find that algae, as a carbon absorber, exceeds production by at least a factor of 10. For instance, one person in the United States produces 20 tons of CO2 annually and a fully grown average tree can only sequester 1 ton over 40 years. Although, the type, size, placement, speed of growth, and the amount of light all influence the sequestered amount. The main challenge trees face is the blockage of air movement, which at night when photosynthesis does not occur, creates CO2 pockets. Another major issue is when decomposing trees produce excess CO2. These statistics show how planting trees has small net impact, but could be useful in conjunction with other environmental practices, like algae systems. Not only can algae treat wastewater, but it does not compete for land/space like trees do.

Planting wetlands on a rooftop in an aesthetically pleasing way is cheap and easy. Green roofs act as insulating material and long-term cause people to use less energy as well. In Texas the state offers ideal conditions for algae farmers across a number of variables: carbon supplies, climate and water. The first step might be an in-house algae photobioreactor to create biofuel that powers an everyday item, like a cellphone, but the steps to follow will impact at a greater level.

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Chlorella ALGAE

8 m2 of exposed Chlorella can remove carbon
dioxide and replace oxygen within a sealed
environment for a single human.

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AUGMENTED REALITY HELMET

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As part of our Active display system we have developed a HUD framework that bridges the gap between infomatics/telematics and user interaction. Sitting at the heart of this framework is a proprietary series of computer vision modules designed to function independently on chip at the edge. The core function of these modules is to provide shape/object classification and detection as well as masking (example - thermal imaging) and highlighting. From the start these modules have been designed to be as fast and lightweight as possible and do it against a live stream of video vs a static image. Our core detection module is a proprietary take an RC-NN (traditional object detection architecture). While most RC-NNs that do similar functions are about 3000 or more lines of code and assume a relatively high level of compute power, ours provides the same function in about 500 lines of code and requires only a modest level of compute power to be accomplished.

Couple the other various vision modules capabilities with a multi-modal imaging array and you get a multi-dimensional informational view of the world around you. This is useful in numerous situations.

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EXTERNAL DATA SOURCES

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Additionally, the technology can integrate external data sources to bring in information from outside the system. This can include:

  • GPS data
  • Mission briefing
  • Technical information from other teams/location of team members
  • Ability to view and access another helms information
  • Task updates that come from command operations
  • Display point cloud mesh for known areas.

FEATURES

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  • 5k resolution with 200 degree field of vision (FOV)
  • High resolution binocular optical input
  • Multiple spectrum sensor arrays including infrared, etc
  • AR style informational overlay
  • Multiple display modes
  • Hand tracking and gesture based input
  • Automated data aggregation from mounted sensors and networked data sources
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FULL BINOCULAR 3D VISION

Powered by ultra-high definition stereo pass-through, which is achieved with superior cameras, sensors, and optics.

BLENDS VIRTUAL WITH REALITY

With photorealistic visual fidelity, ultra-low latency and integrated eye tracking, it’s the only device that can seamlessly blend virtual with reality.

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BENEFICIAL FOR A WIDE VARIETY OF SCENARIOS

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The active display is a full closed helmet. It passes video in front of your eyes. This is beneficial for the following scenarios:

  • Firefighters: Fire scenarios that leverage point clouds from a building that is been scanned or from the architectural blueprints and CV from the 3D cameras to guide firefighters through a building. Take a dark fire scene and overlay a poly map on things like walls staircases and doors.
  • Undersea: Undersea cable, welding, or salvage that could benefit from water current temperatures, sea floor depth, etc.
  • Search and rescue: that could benefit from avalanche forecasts, mapping, forest alerts, heat signatures and more.
  • Investigative situations: where the helmet allows the wearer to see heat signatures, and other potentially visual things that might be enabled by sensor arrays that might be used in the hand in conjunction with the active display.

“In times of stress and when lives are on the line, more data is not helpful. What is most helpful is decision-quality integrated information presented at the right place, at the right time. The results could mean more lives saved and mission accomplished! Hypergiant Industries’ system will match integrated situational information to a decision-maker’s cognitive framework needs. This type of leading-edge technology is what we need to continue to push safety and innovation boundaries.”

- Four-star General Lance Lord, USAF, (Ret.) / Hypergiant Industries Advisor

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