AOS has its C-BDI joint cognitive reasoning architecture, as its core product. C-BDI is based upon the Beliefs, Desires and Intentions paradigm. It builds application products on this platform, either for businesses or collaboratively with businesses or government organisations. Additionally, AOS has expertise and experience in pattern-matching or "bottom-up" AI techniques, involving various machine learning techniques. AOS is currently developing an autonomous weed control robot, known as the Kelpie, that combines both "top-down" BDI agent-based AI, with "bottom-up" deep learning. An example – AOS is Northrop Grumman Australia's AI partner for Air and Missile Defence. AOS has partnered with QUT, UNE and the NSW Department of Primary Industries on the development of the Kelpie.
Other capabilities: Explainable AI, symbolic reasoning using BDI intelligent software agents.
AI enablement capability
- Cross industry
- Accommodation and food services
- Administrative and support
- Agriculture, forestry and fishery
- Arts and recreation
- Education and training
- Electricity, gas, water, waste services
- Financial and insurance
- Healthcare and social assistance
- Information, media and telecommunications
- Professional scientific technical services
- Public administration and safety
- Rental, hiring and real estate services
- Retail trade
- Transport, postal and warehousing
- Wholesale trade
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