Luther.ai selects Oasis Labs and the privacy-first Oasis Network to collaborate with — creating a future where every human is the owner of his or her memories thus increasing productivity and enabling people to share knowledge with ease.
At Luther, our guiding principles are user trust — giving users complete ownership over their data; and user experience — delivering value with realtime recall from their memory Stack. Our foundational technology is built on top of highly private individual human memories and powered by computationally demanding AI models.
Our partnership with Oasis Labs provides end-to-end confidentiality to our users ensuring data stewardship and is crucial for delivering a seamless privacy-first user experience.
Read more about our partnership: Luther.ai + Oasis Labs to Launch Decentralized Private Human Memory
“Don’t solve the human, solve the problem.”
My entrepreneur journey always starts with this thesis. For the past 24 months, I have been obsessed with solving the problem of human memory retention and recall. Although my own memory is failing to recall the exact moment of the idea’s inception, I do recall the peak moments in my personal story when the fallibility of human memory first became vivid.
The co-founder of my previous company Aira — Larry Bock had been an invaluable partner, friend, and mentor. When he passed away in 2016 from pancreatic cancer, I distinctly remember sitting in a conference room alone, pondering how I can move Aira forward without him. …
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COVID-19D, a virus written by a hacker that spreads to any device connected to the Internet, causing the device to emit 28Hz and 42Hz frequencies that cause traumatic brain injuries within seconds leading to many deaths if not treated on time. These vibrations can impact the entire population but an above-average number of people under 40 are impacted including over 100,000 deaths.
It all started in a small town called Wuhand when a 23-year-old hacker put a piece of software called COVID-19D on the wire. It’s known to spread fast to any device irrespective of the OS it’s running when the device is connected to the Internet. The virus is known to infect the data link layer of the network that the Internet heavily depends on to connect multiple nodes. Any device 802.3 Ethernet, 802.11 Wi-Fi, or similar is expected to be affected when it’s exposed to the virus. The operation of the Internet seems to function normally and the impact is on all the consumer devices such as all types of computers, smartphones, tablets, and virtually any device that is connected to the Internet at homes and offices. …