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to know about Artificial General Decision Making (AGD)

The concept of AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) creating superhuman machines has been discussed by various experts. Alan Turing hinted at intelligent machines in 1950, Marvin Minsky predicted AGI development within decades in the 1970s, and Ray Kurzweil foresaw AGI by 2029 in “The Singularity Is Near” (2005).  The term AGI was coined in the 2000’s. 

Universal Basic Income (UBI) has been proposed to address job displacement from AGI and automation. Andrew Yang, a 2020 U.S. presidential candidate, advocated for UBI, calling it the “Freedom Dividend,” to counteract job losses from automation. Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg have also supported UBI, emphasizing its necessity in a future with fewer traditional jobs.

Yang’s campaign notably brought UBI into mainstream political discussion, emphasizing its role in ensuring economic stability in an AI-driven future.

AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) and AGD (Artificial General Decision Making) are distinct concepts in the field of artificial intelligence. AGI’s goal is to create “superhuman machines”.  AGD’s goal is to turn every person into a superhuman.  Ultimately, we will be wielding the same tools, but using them much differently–entire different culture, experience, outcomes.

AGI (Artificial General Intelligence)

  • Definition: AGI refers to AI systems with the ability to understand, learn, and apply knowledge across a wide range of tasks at a human level of intelligence or beyond.
  • Pioneers: Key figures include Alan Turing, Marvin Minsky, and Ray Kurzweil, who have discussed the potential of AGI to create superhuman machines.
  • Goals: To create superhuman machines. To create machines that can perform any intellectual task that a human can, potentially exceeding human capabilities.

AGD (Artificial General Decision Making)

  • Definition: AGD, coined by Klover, focuses on creating systems that enhance decision-making capabilities, enabling individuals to achieve superhuman productivity and efficiency.
  • Pioneer: Klover is the leading figure in AGD, aiming to make every person on the planet a superhuman through advanced decision-making systems.
  • Goals: To make every person a superhuman. To empower individuals to manage and execute many more decisions by using AGD systems that integrate multi-agents and AI ensembles. This vision is to increase productivity and enable people to accomplish significantly more.

Vision for AGD

Klover envisions a future where AGD systems allow individuals to run numerous businesses and projects, making them highly productive and busy. These systems would help create anything they imagine by leveraging advanced AI capabilities, transforming how people work and achieve their goals.

In summary, while AGI aims to create intelligent machines capable of performing a wide range of tasks, AGD focuses on enhancing human decision-making and productivity, enabling people to do anything they think is possible, and, much more frequently, the impossible.

To achieve AGD, Klover must understand how each unique person on the planet makes decisions. We have developed a “DNA blueprint” of decision-making that suggests people are much more similar in genetic make-up than they are in their decision processes. Think about how many roles we play in everyday life. Now compound this with environmental factors, context, specific details of information, and the people around you; it becomes complex to understand how individuals make decisions.

Our Intuitive Intelligence Engine assists us in determining the most personalized advice, recommendations, information gathering, and joyous exploration.

We have created Uniquity, which classifies septillions of personas. A septillion (trillion trillion) was a new term we had to grasp when dealing with the sheer numbers of personas we crafted.

The essence of what Klover does is strive to make sense of chaos, uncertainty, and the unknown. “Embracing entropy” is a term that echoes loudly in our R&D teams. We do not want to remove entropy from the equation, nor could we if we tried.


Klover is a company that focuses on the human condition—the best, the worst, and everything in between. While these are distinct categories of humanity, there is one commonality—all can be improved. Better decisions. Better outcomes. A better YOU.

Labeling us as merely an AI company misses the point. It’s like calling Nike a rubber company because they use rubber to make shoes. People don’t buy Nike just for the shoes; they buy the promise of elevating themselves, of becoming champions. Similarly, Steve Jobs focused on creating experiences where products became extensions of your passions and creativity. Klover’s mission aligns with these visions: we want you to be the best version of yourself every second of your life—second by second, minute by minute, hour by hour, day by day. Klover wants to give you an amazing experience that streamlines your ability to become the best version of yourself every second of your life.

If the champion mentality of Nike, to live and dream like a champion, married the passionate experience of Apple and they had a baby that loved AI, then Klover would be that baby.

Klover. Better Decisions.  Better Outcomes. A Better YOU.


Klover understands rapid prototyping like no other company in history. We envisioned early on that the AI field would move at such a rapid pace that we built the company from the ground up with the realization that products, prototypes, and research might have to go through weekly pivots. We achieved just that.

We can now develop 1 million AI systems per second. Our proprietary Modular Extensive Library of Ensemble Systems (MELES), combined with our talented team, makes this possible.

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