We make superhumans,
not supercomputers.

We put humans at the center
of computing.

Today’s technology trains users how to push buttons or say words in the right order to activate technology. It’s distracting. 

Instead, we are working on the next generation of human-machine interface (HMI) that puts humans at the center. We use ergonomics, both physical and cognitive, to adapt technology to work with the human mind and body. We radically reduce HMI friction to amplify human abilities with cognitive computing (AI), robotics, and human augmentation, such as extended reality (AR/VR). Far from distracting, superhuman interface amplifies and extend human capabilities.

We disrupt.

We’re not interested in sustaining markets. We are here to disrupt. We start by reframing the problem. That leads us to entirely new solutions that are easier and more convenient that disrupt markets and open new ones.


We work on the future of work.

We build tools to enable collaboration, reskilling, and productivity across multiple sectors from public to private.

We work on big global problems.

Problems that affect billions of people including health, education, mobility, and security.

We work on tiny niche problems.

Problems that only affect a small group of people or aren’t necessarily lucrative to solve. At least that’s how it seems from the outside.

We work on extremes.

Problems no one is particularly working on. Yet.


We work with people ready to change the world.

We work with innovators.

We work with product owners, managers, and developers; CTOs, CIOs, and CEOs. We work with governments, large corporations, and small entrepreneurs.

We work with outsiders.

To create new ideas, you have to talk to different people. There are 5 billion people in poverty. 1.5 billion differently-abled people. All with a unique perspective on the world. We take a radical approach to inclusion. 

We work with -ists.

Technologists, neuroscientists, artists. We like people willing to share in-depth knowledge.