Wintermute is the attempt of Danté Ashton and a group of others to implement the world’s first personal edition of an intelligent framework of applications and libraries, and in the future, an intelligent operating system. This is the brainchild of uAI.
Wintermute bolsters the capabilities of using neural networking to learn about its host, a pseudo-language engine that permits translations and grammar rule-sets of any language to be incorporated into the system, and database downloads of different sets of data to permit the combination of the world’s first personal virtual self-thinking assistant.
It can be used to perform simple tasks like dictation to a favorite word editor to more complex tasks, like sorting documents depending on the time of day, or automation of other routinely tasks that one would need. Wintermute will also bolster an extensive plugin system that’d permit its already infinite features to be extended even more.
Now, such a feat might sound a bit far-fetched for some to believe. How can such a massive project be created in an open-source community? By asking yourself that question; you’ve answered it. A lot has to be done, and much has been covered already in getting Wintermute’s self-system up and running.
- Wintermute project aims to bring Artificial Intelligence to Ubuntu (omgubuntu.co.uk)