What is Decisional DNA (DDNA)?

Many people have told us that they want to know more about our artificial intelligence technology: The Decisional DNA. Well, here we tell you a little bit more about this technology!

In a technical way, the main idea relies on replicating the natural behaviour of human DNA allowing gathering, integrating, storing and reusing experience; just that in this case, using knowledge-based intelligent systems.

How we respond to our society needs?

The rapidly evolving society of the 21st Century needs increasingly smarter and abler decision-making enhancements to make our progress sustainable, especially in the post pandemic age. We address this global challenge by using intelligence augmentation with Decisional DNA, providing everyday decision-makers and dreamers like yourself with the tools to choose the best outcomes for your well-being, security, personal progress, and happiness.

Augmented Artificial Intelligence Technologies

The Decisional DNA (DDNA) and the Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS) are technologies developed by Dr. César Sanín and Prof. Edward Szczerbicki in their Knowledge Engineering Research Team (KERT) from the University of Newcastle, Australia. These technologies allow for unveiling, aggregating, storing, improving and share information and knowledge through experience, which turns them on augmented intelligence technologies. Augmented intelligence focuses on amplifying human intelligence rather than replacing it by mixing two worlds: human intelligence and artificial intelligence.

DDNA and SOEKS have been implemented in many areas of human life such as health, business and industry. DDNA and SOEKS models have, as well, taken the field of processes, particularly industry 4.0, where experience is gathered and reused in the fields of production, design, innovation and commercialization of products. DDNA and SOEKS are currently advancing with cognitive vision, further increasing their ability to manage knowledge not only based on filtered information, but also on image and video linked to decisions. Latest novel features of these technologies are the abilities of capturing and managing decision-making experience associated with any type of process, including the process of achieving goals, such as the idream platform.

DDNA and SOEKS applied at idream

DDNA and SOEKS have been implemented in the idream platform to guide people achieving their dreams, purposes or goals. idream uses the MKD3 technology. MKD3 technology is a mix of two worlds: the world of Decisional DNA (DDNA) and the world of Goal Theory.

The journalist Karina Sterling has developed a method for the fulfilment of dreams based on goal theory and design thinking called Making Dreams. Thus, idream technology mixes Making Dreams + DDNA, hence it is called MKD3.

MKD3 allows generating and capturing knowledge and experience associated with meeting goals, making use of models of artificial intelligence and collective intelligence – i.e., idream members sharing their goal experience in a private way.

In addition, MKD3 recognizes people’s individuality and idream intelligent system takes into account the type of personality of those who want to achieve a goal.

idream platform is being launched with specific dreams or goals such as: travel, study, acquire assets or well-being in specific areas. idream aims at being the technology at the service of people’s goals and achieve the “democratization of the dreams”.

If you commit to your dream, idream will commit to you.

idream is happy to share this information with you, if you have comments or questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

If you want to be part of idream, the world's largest community of dreamers, go to:

https://www.idream.technology/ and tell us your dream.

Follow us on our social networks for more information about idream, methodology and other ideas for the fulfilment of your dreams.




57 views0 comments