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Evolution One is a collaborative of two techies who have embarked on a venture to catalog and systematize today’s turbulent and mesmerizing AI space, to help ourselves and others make more sense of it.


Over the last few years, the emergence of the machine intelligence in all spheres of human life became impossible to ignore. Today artificial intelligence powers the thermostats and voice assistants in our homes and phones, suggests us best routes when driving, and makes pictures we take look better. Moreover, we ourselves increasingly leverage various AI capabilities to augment our work and daily lives to become more productive. Many things that we take for granted, like receiving suggestions for similar items while shopping, translating texts, or simply searching the web, would not be possible without powerful machine learning algorithms running in the back-end.

Still, while there have been a lot of exciting advancements in AI space, or maybe exactly because of how quickly it’s been evolving, it remains hard to familiarize oneself or to stay up-to-date with all the latest developments. While there is already a multitude of AI-related resources on the web, a comprehensive taxonomy of the industry, sliced by key products, people, institutions, and technologies, is yet to be developed. That’s why Eugene Sidorin & me thought that creating such a taxonomy would go a long way to make it easier for industry professionals, technology evangelists, or simply anyone interested in learning more about machine intelligence, to navigate the field, and thus decided to start Evolution One.

At Evolution One, we aim to eventually build comprehensive guide that would aggregate and structure the body of knowledge related to the industry, and serve the AI community. To achieve that, we’ll be focusing on three areas: development of the clear-cut taxonomy of the field, constant monitoring of recent developments, and focused deep dives into specific topics.



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