Your Competition Using A.I. Technology

It makes sense that if we can discover how to make computers intelligent, then we can figure out how improve human intelligence, too.

That is exactly the case. In this ground-breaking book, innovative A.I. scientist and businessman Kevin Alexanderman shows not only how a new science of knowledge helps to reason better, with the first substantial improvement in our understanding of deduction since Aristotle, but also explains the basis of a science of innovation, with a new perspective on concept-forming that radically challenges historical paradigms.

Mr. Alexanderman founded a software company from his work on the theory of knowledge, developing and delivering artificial intelligence systems that could reason from natural language, selected in competitive evaluations by companies such as Baxter Healthcare and Proctor & Gamble, and eventually the firm was subject to an acquisition offer by IBM—all demonstrating the soundness of the science behind the technology.

Now you can use this science to gain advantage in business, sports, and in life. He integrates the theoretical with the practical, showing you how to be more consistently successful in your endeavours, so that you can give new meaning to everything you undertake.

This book will give you a competitive edge that can improve the rest of your life. Be one of the first to take advantage of the power of the new science of knowledge.

The last earthly frontier, the nature of intelligence, has been finally penetrated by this wonderful new book. OutThinking won’t give you old ideas about the mind that you’ve seen before. It is profoundly new.

OutThinking makes it clear that if you are less able to form concepts of your own, you necessarily have to borrow those formed by others. This discourages individuality, creativity, and self-reliance.

Set within the context of human intellectual history, OutThinking stands out as a unique, substantial yet controversial contribution to our understanding of human intelligence.

Finally, there has been a major breakthrough in the human sciences—which have not been sciences before.