PassiveLogic: Pioneering the Future of Generative Autonomy

PassiveLogic, Inc., the Salt Lake City-based creator of the first platform for generative autonomy, has announced their inaugural keynote event. The event will stream at 11:00 am MT on Thursday, November 2, 2023.

The company is focused on redefining the landscape of generative autonomy. With their groundbreaking platform, they are at the forefront of a revolution that promises to reduce carbon footprints and drive the creation of smarter, more eco-conscious cities.

The keynote event, titled PassiveLogic 2023 Launch Event: A Radical Breakthrough in Generative Autonomy” marks a milestone in the company’s work to deliver full autonomy to the world. Generative autonomy is an essential development in artificial intelligence (AI), advancing the technology from monolithically trained, single-purpose applications to flexible, dynamic general purpose systems. This technology is the basis for enabling full autonomy for any controlled system. Built on Quantum,the first physics-based digital twin standard and ontology for autonomous systems, PassiveLogic’s generative autonomy empowers anyone to design and implement their own autonomous system. 

The event will feature presentations from Founder and CEO Troy Harvey, CTO Jeremy Fillingim, and some of the world’s leading experts in AI, digital twins, compilers, autonomous systems, generative design, user experience, and hardware who will provide a detailed look into PassiveLogic’s technology. 

One of PassiveLogic’s key innovations is its ability to make autonomous control decisions at the edge of a building’s systems. This real-time adaptability ensures that energy is used efficiently and that occupants enjoy optimal comfort. It’s a game-changer in an industry that has long been characterized by rigid, centralized control systems.

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