Carlos Moreira is a multi-award winning technology pioneer whose IT, online security and trust management experience with the United Nations and World Trade Organization led to the creation, twenty years ago, of one of the world’s first cybersecurity companies, Wisekey. Today, he is an active leader and member of several institutions and organizations focused on the advancement of technological innovation and preservation of human identity. He resides in Geneva, Switzerland with his family. His vision is to create a technology environment managing the convergence of humanity and technology, its impact on our daily lives, and the long-term implications.
In an innovative platform Carlos is continuously informing and engaging citizens of the world about the dynamic influences of technology in our personal, communal and professional lives. Carlos works at the UN and private sector always focus on the need to ensure that we are building a better future for humanity with the help of magnificent technology and not instead building a better future of better technology at the expense of humanity.
Getting right the technology governance will be a major step to define the world governance in the 4th industrial revolution.
He launched several companies such as WISeKey, WISe.ART SEALSQ.COM WISeSat.Space and the TransHuman Code movement that was formed to redefine the hierarchy of our needs and how we will meet them in the future.
The TransHuman Code has featured exclusive insights from the world’s premier authorities on the application of AI, Blockchain, Cybersecurity, Quantum, IoT, and Robotics to transhuman education, employment, communication, transportation, communities, security, government, food, finance, entertainment and health.
On its current work, Carlos is focusing on the consequences of the development of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) . This has been a longstanding goal of the artificial intelligence community, and many experts believe that it is only a matter of time before humans achieve this feat. To master AGI, humans will need to develop new techniques and technologies that enable machines to reason, learn, and adapt in ways that mimic human intelligence.
One approach to achieving AGI is to create machine learning algorithms that are capable of unsupervised learning, where the machine is not given explicit instructions but rather must discover patterns and relationships in the data on its own. Another approach is to develop cognitive architectures that mimic the structure and function of the human brain, allowing machines to reason and solve problems in a more human-like way.
In order to master AGI, humans will also need to develop new forms of hardware that can support the complex computations and data storage requirements of intelligent machines. This will likely involve the development of new computing architectures, such as neuromorphic computing, that are designed to emulate the way the brain processes information.
The key to mastering AGI will be collaboration between humans and machines. Humans will provide the creativity, intuition, and moral guidance needed to develop intelligent systems that are beneficial to society, while machines will provide the computational power and learning algorithms needed to achieve new levels of intelligence and sophistication. Through this collaboration, humans will be able to harness the power of AGI to solve some of the world’s most pressing problems and usher in a new era of technological innovation and progress.