CoEvolution is the company that engineers SEEDEA.
- SEEDEA is a tool that helps you to manage your own ideas.
- OIMP is the repository for authors who want to publish their ideas from SEEDEA.
- Xye is a consulting service for innovative and postitive institutions desiring to use SEEDEA at its fullest.
Why are we doing CoEvolution?
- Because we believe that cognitive recursive-self-improvement supported by technology is a crucial asset.
(The Robot Scientist from Aberystwyth University is a good example)
See also our motivation for research and Robert Plotkin on effective human/machine collaboration.
How do we plan to reach our vision?
- By providing the best tool to the most creative people desiring to improve the tool itself
- ... thus following our Road Map.
So what is CoEvolution added value?
- We track and implement news cognitive tools directly into your creative workflow and minimize repetitive tasks with
- seamless integration (we add, you use)
- machine learning applied to share efficiency (we track your usage, the right tools for you get integrated)
- delegated tracking of cognition innovation (we discover new services, you get the benefits of using them as fast as possible)
What is our main skill?
- Creative empowerment based on the latest automation techniques.
How do we understand it?
- You don't patent and project, you innovate and use this innovation to move forward, licenses and copyright are idealized defensive tools.
Important note on name
Incredibly enough, a project on innovation (by tori.in) from Finland and inspired by VTT lab had the very same idea (seed + idea = seedea). Their website and name did NOT appear when we bought the domain name but we will obviously have to revise this case especially since the expose a TM (trademark) sign. We also cannot find the TM on "Seedea" in the Intellectual Property Digital Library from WIPO.
It is also unrelated to Star Trek Online Seedea System located in the Xarantine Sector.
We are currently thinking about using another name, if required.
PS : we started to use the term "Seedea" on the Internet and offline during summer 2008.
PS2 : see my notes on An Orchard Invisible, A Natural History of Seeds by Jonathan
Co-Evolution of Human and Machine: Neuroprosthetics in the 21st Century by Justin C. Sanchez, Departments of Pediatrics, Neuroscience, and Biomedical Engineering, University of Florida
For more information, please contact us or see the details on CoEvolution.
Raw list of pages from the project
See also documentations on Seedea