Growing up in a small seaside town in the UK, with friends all imagining a life working in or around the surrounding towns or something involving the sea, William West, although from a family heavily connected to the sea, had grander ideas. Although happy growing up surrounded by and getting involved with all things sea related, Williams ambitions were always to try and make a bigger impact in the world. This ambition drove him to travel the world and to work for some of the largest technology companies in the world.
Gaining experience from a plethora of roles and positions and becoming ever more focused on artificial intelligence and futuristic visions of how it could improve the world in different ways, he eventually came up with a relatively simple idea: to apply AI to a social networking site in order to provide more specifically relevant to those using the site. What started out as a simple idea as morphed into something quite different. A few years after the initial seed was sown the relevancy driven social networking site has snowballed into a global information gathering system that is plugged into almost every information channel available worldwide and does far more than simply shoutout the internet noise to provide targeted snippets of information to make people’s social lives easier.
The culmination of 5/6 years development is a system so in tune with the ebb and flow of global data, and markets, that it can for example: pick out a container ship at sea from satellite footage, know what it is carrying and where it is heading. Monitor its progress in real time and predict the impact on share prices, of the companies the products are destined for, if the ship is delayed by a storm and will fail to port and unload in time for its cargo to be delivered by a specific date.
During his travels around the world and various business activities William has accumulated a contact list that includes some pretty high level individuals. It is through these people, and their recognition of what William, and his team, have achieved, that his company “Invacio” were invited to make their world debut in front of the United Nations at a UNESCAP FDI meeting in Thailand last year. The presentation carried out by Michael Aumock, Invacio’s Government Liaison, covered crisis management and wealth generation and has resulted in not just another invitation for William himself to attend another meeting in Hong Kong, in April this year, but also continued government level discussions on a variety of topics.
Sectors in which Invacio will be active in the very near future include: security, banking, communications, market intelligence, social networking, finance and cryptocurrency. With still more divisions in development there are very few, if any, corners of the world where Invacio will not become known.
With so many organisations, today, claiming they will revolutionize the use of artificial intelligence in society, it can be somewhat difficult to sort the wheat from the chaff. Typically the projects being worked on are along the lines of complicated chatbots, high frequency trading algorithms or different types of facial recognition systems. Looking at these alternate packages in comparison to invacio’s offerings, which include all of the above and more, and having read the final clause in the official company description, which reads: “our work stands to revolutionize every industry it touches.” I know who I am inclined to believe.
Invacio are currently undergoing an ICO to fund the roll-out of 11 independant yet linked divisions over the coming 3-18 months. Visit invacio.com to learn more about their multiple divisions or inv-ico.io to read their business plan/whitepaper or to sign up and buy some of their cryptocurrency Invacio Coin (INV)