HyperC is revolutionizing software development for exponentially powerful machines

We are a team of pioneering AI planning engineers, meta-programming experts and computer science researchers.

The company's mission is to enable access to superhuman intelligence through meta-thinking and coding-not-to-code-anymore. Our main thesis is that with unlimited computation power provided by today's massively-multi-core machines we don't have to write algorithms anymore. We can let machines think on the problem by themselves. Our job is to find universal heuristics that will reduce amount of compute needed to find solutions to problems defined by a human-friendly language.

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Industry Leaders Trust HyperC


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I’ve been in the space of software development and no code approaches for a long time now and have never seen anything like this! Amazing! This is by far the most superior low code technology I have ever seen.‍

Manish Balakrishnan
Founder @ No Code Journalname

This could be a core technology behind every planning problem.

Steve Krouse
Future of Coding

Fascinating convo today with @Andrew_Gree, co-founder and #CTO of @theHyperC, which uses radically advanced #AI that can figure out how to use code to solve problems, little to no coding required.

Dion Hinchcliffe
IT futurist and keynote speaker from ZDNet and CIO journal

Great implementation of AI planning, solving a real world problem.

Antonin Komenda
Assistant professor at Czech Technical University in Prague - Faculty of Electrical Eng. - Artificial Intelligence Center

I am impressed. This looks like a 20-year story but the approach is working already today

Adam Smith
Assistant Professor of Computational Media at UC Santa Cruz

NASA is spending tens of millions of dollars on formal methods and what you did is super impressive”. “Security experts, Aerospace real-time algorithms developers urgently need to get proof that the systems are correct, and this technology makes it so much easier to do

Mark Reynolds
Research Scientist, Boston University

This is a very intriguing idea!”, “We’ve been using SAT solvers to synthesize programs but never thought about applying AI planning to the problem

Rastislav Bodik
Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering, Professor at University of Washington Seattle

I’ve been thinking about something like this for a while now. This is very exciting.

Joscha Bach
VP of Research at AI Foundation