Building New Tools for the Software 2.0 Toolchain

Genotaur, Inc. is a startup company originally based in a lab on campus at University of California San Diego in La Jolla, California, and located in new lab space in Solana Beach, California. While at UCSD the Company developed a novel new form of cutting edge evolutionary Artificial Intelligence technology to form the basis of a number of new development tools as part of the “Software 2.0” movement toolchain.

Over a period of years, the Company's R&D work was supported by combined funding from private investors, National Science Foundation grants, and the Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination.

During 2018, after five years of research and development, the Genotaur team at UCSD led by Professor Sheldon Brown, completed work on the core evolutionary A.I. computing platform referred to as “Assembly,” negotiated a global technology license agreement with the Regents of the University of California, and submitted a patent application to the USPTO.