Your fantasy
– our reality

Life ASAPA international organization was founded in 2013. Over the long period of our work, we have firmly sustained our position and established ourselves in the field of world science. At our disposal we have a highly qualified team of professionals and a clearly delineated plan to enhance our world. The investor trusts us with their biggest commercial projects, and we, in turn, develop modern science and look inward for evolution as a point A.

Inspirations and members
of association

Semyon Korsakov

Put forward the principle of developing scientific methods and devices to enhance the capabilities of the mind and proposed a series of “intelligent machines” in the design of which, for the first time in the history of computer science, perforated maps were used.

William Henry Bill Gates III

American entrepreneur and public figure, philanthropist, one of the founders and former major shareholder of Microsoft.

Jana Eggers

Certified specialist in mathematics and computer technology, renowned expert in the field of artificial intelligence. He is CEO of Nara Logics, which uses AI to solve business problems.

Hiroshi Ishiguro

A Japanese robotic engineer. Known as one of the creators of the Aktoid, Geminoid, Kodomoroid, Otonaroid, Telenoid, Elfoid and Hagvi robot series.

Sergey Brin

American entrepreneur and scientist in the field of computer science, information technology and economics, billionaire. Developer and founder of the Google search engine.

Niklas Bostrom

Swedish philosopher, professor at Oxford University, known for his work on the anthropological principle.

Gary Marcus

American scientist, writer and entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Geometric Intelligence, a machine learning company.

J.J. Kardwell

IT investor, founder of the forecasting marketing company EverString.

Pierre Lagrange

the manager of a Belgian hedge fund, financier and co-founder of GLG Partners.

Daphne Koller

Israeli-American professor of computer science at Stanford University, a MacArthur Foundation scholar and co-founder of the Coursera educational platform.

Blaise Pascal

French mathematician, mechanic, physicist, writer and philosopher. Classic of French literature, one of the founders of mathematical analysis, probability theory and projective geometry, creator of the first samples of calculating technology, author of the basic law of hydrostatics.

Juergen Schmidhuber

German and Swiss scientist, specialist in artificial intelligence, co-director of the Institute for Research in Artificial Intelligence Dalle Molle in Manno.

Tang Xiao’ou

The founder of SenseTime, an artificial intelligence company, and remains a professor at Chinese University of Hong Kong with the Department of Information Engineering.

Kevin Warwick

British cybernetic scientist, researcher in robotics and neurocomputer interface issues.

Steven Paul «Steve» Jobs

American entrepreneur, inventor and industrial designer, widely recognized as a pioneer of the information technology era.

Paul Gardner Allen

Microsoft’s co-founder, friend and business associate of Bill Gates, billionaire, investor, philanthropist.

Konrad Zuse

German engineer, pioneer of computer construction. Best known as the creator of the first really working programmable computer and the first high-level programming language.

Hamming Richard

In the field of artificial intelligence, Hammings’ artificial neural networks used to classify images are named after him. In them, as well as in many other directions, such as evolutionary modeling, the concept of Hemming’s distance is used.

Dmitry Drigo

IT specialist, former head of the IBM Lab in Russia, founder of Codigy, which develops artificial intelligence systems and adapts them to business applications.

Charles Babbage

Came up with the concept of a sophisticated digital calculator – an analytical machine which, according to the developer, could calculate moves for playing chess.

Donald Hebb

An outstanding Canadian physiologist and neuropsychologist. In the field of neuroinformatics, he is known for his work that has led to an understanding of the impact of neurons on learning. He is rightly considered one of the creators of the theory of artificial neural networks. Hebb proposed one of the first working algorithms for their learning.

Elon Reeve Musk

Founder, co-owner, CEO and Chief Engineer at SpaceX; CEO and Chief Product Architect at Tesla.

Tung Kuan Liu

92 scientific papers, the most cited articles were on genetics and the Taguchi Hybrid Genetic Algorithm (HTGA).

Arvind Krishna

Senior Vice President Cloud and Cognitive Solutions at IBM. And under his leadership, IBM entered new markets and expanded its presence in areas such as Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Quantum Computing and Blockchain.

John McCarthy

American computer scientist, author of the term “artificial intelligence”, inventor of the language Lisp, founder of functional programming, winner of the Turing Award for his huge contribution to the field of artificial intelligence research.

Timothy Donald Cook

American manager and CEO of Apple, member of the Alabama Academy of Honor.

Yann Leсun

French computer scientist, the main fields of activity are machine learning, computer vision, mobile robotics and computational neurobiology.

Lawrence Edward «Larry» Pag

American entrepreneur and computer scientist, one of the creators of Google.

Ngo Bao Chau

Vietnamese mathematician. Best known for his proof of the so-called fundamental lemma in the Langelands programme.

Allen Newell

Mathematician and psychologist, one of the leading specialists in the field of artificial intelligence, first president of the American Artificial Intelligence Association. He wrote a programme for playing chess

Claude Shannon

American mathematician, electrical engineer, and cryptographer, known as the “father of information theory”.
Shannon is known for writing the fundamentals of Information Theory, the Mathematical Theory of Communication, which he published in 1948.

Norbert Wiener

Invented cybernetics, inspiring a generation of scientists to use computer technology as a means to expand human capabilities.

Virginia “Ginni” Rometty

American businesswoman, top manager, chairman of the board of directors, former president and ninth CEO of IBM Corporation, one of the developers of Watson artificial intelligence platform.

Abdigani Diriye

Somali computer scientist and researcher at IBM Research – Africa, working in the fields of human interaction with computers, intelligent data analysis and financial technologies.

Jeffrey Preston «Jeff» Bezos

American entrepreneur, founder and head of Amazon.com, founder and owner of the Blue Origin aerospace company and owner of The Washington Post publishing house.

Mark Elliot Zuckerberg

American programmer, Internet technology entrepreneur, dollar billionaire.

Geoffrey Everest Hinton

British informatics scientist best known for his work on deep-rooted neural networks. Member of the Royal Society of Canada.

Marvin Lee Minsky

American artificial intelligence scientist, co-founder of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Frank Wang Tao

Chinese businessman, founder of SZ DJI Technology Co., Ltd. – a Chinese private company, manufacturer of multi-copters, controllers.

Lee Kai-fu

Taiwanese entrepreneur in software development and artificial intelligence.

Lee Kai-fu

Taiwanese entrepreneur in software development and artificial intelligence.

Jana Eggers

Certified specialist in mathematics and computer technology, renowned expert in the field of artificial intelligence. He is CEO of Nara Logics, which uses AI to solve business problems.

Allen Newell

Mathematician and psychologist, one of the leading specialists in the field of artificial intelligence, first president of the American Artificial Intelligence Association. He wrote a programme for playing chess

Elon Reeve Musk

Founder, co-owner, CEO and Chief Engineer at SpaceX; CEO and Chief Product Architect at Tesla.

Paul Gardner Allen

Microsoft’s co-founder, friend and business associate of Bill Gates, billionaire, investor, philanthropist.

Juergen Schmidhuber

German and Swiss scientist, specialist in artificial intelligence, co-director of the Institute for Research in Artificial Intelligence Dalle Molle in Manno.

Steven Paul «Steve» Jobs

American entrepreneur, inventor and industrial designer, widely recognized as a pioneer of the information technology era.

Hamming Richard

In the field of artificial intelligence, Hammings’ artificial neural networks used to classify images are named after him. In them, as well as in many other directions, such as evolutionary modeling, the concept of Hemming’s distance is used.

J.J. Kardwell

IT investor, founder of the forecasting marketing company EverString.

Jeffrey Preston «Jeff» Bezos

American entrepreneur, founder and head of Amazon.com, founder and owner of the Blue Origin aerospace company and owner of The Washington Post publishing house.

Marvin Lee Minsky

American artificial intelligence scientist, co-founder of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Mark Elliot Zuckerberg

American programmer, Internet technology entrepreneur, dollar billionaire.

Semyon Korsakov

Put forward the principle of developing scientific methods and devices to enhance the capabilities of the mind and proposed a series of “intelligent machines” in the design of which, for the first time in the history of computer science, perforated maps were used.

Timothy Donald Cook

American manager and CEO of Apple, member of the Alabama Academy of Honor.

Charles Babbage

Came up with the concept of a sophisticated digital calculator – an analytical machine which, according to the developer, could calculate moves for playing chess.

Donald Hebb

An outstanding Canadian physiologist and neuropsychologist. In the field of neuroinformatics, he is known for his work that has led to an understanding of the impact of neurons on learning. He is rightly considered one of the creators of the theory of artificial neural networks. Hebb proposed one of the first working algorithms for their learning.

Arvind Krishna

Senior Vice President Cloud and Cognitive Solutions at IBM. And under his leadership, IBM entered new markets and expanded its presence in areas such as Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Quantum Computing and Blockchain.

Gary Marcus

American scientist, writer and entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Geometric Intelligence, a machine learning company.

Claude Shannon

American mathematician, electrical engineer, and cryptographer, known as the “father of information theory”.
Shannon is known for writing the fundamentals of Information Theory, the Mathematical Theory of Communication, which he published in 1948.

Daphne Koller

Israeli-American professor of computer science at Stanford University, a MacArthur Foundation scholar and co-founder of the Coursera educational platform.

Dmitry Drigo

IT specialist, former head of the IBM Lab in Russia, founder of Codigy, which develops artificial intelligence systems and adapts them to business applications.

Pierre Lagrange

the manager of a Belgian hedge fund, financier and co-founder of GLG Partners.

Konrad Zuse

German engineer, pioneer of computer construction. Best known as the creator of the first really working programmable computer and the first high-level programming language.

Abdigani Diriye

Somali computer scientist and researcher at IBM Research – Africa, working in the fields of human interaction with computers, intelligent data analysis and financial technologies.

Virginia “Ginni” Rometty

American businesswoman, top manager, chairman of the board of directors, former president and ninth CEO of IBM Corporation, one of the developers of Watson artificial intelligence platform.

William Henry Bill Gates III

American entrepreneur and public figure, philanthropist, one of the founders and former major shareholder of Microsoft.

Hiroshi Ishiguro

A Japanese robotic engineer. Known as one of the creators of the Aktoid, Geminoid, Kodomoroid, Otonaroid, Telenoid, Elfoid and Hagvi robot series.

Tung Kuan Liu

92 scientific papers, the most cited articles were on genetics and the Taguchi Hybrid Genetic Algorithm (HTGA).

John McCarthy

American computer scientist, author of the term “artificial intelligence”, inventor of the language Lisp, founder of functional programming, winner of the Turing Award for his huge contribution to the field of artificial intelligence research.

Blaise Pascal

French mathematician, mechanic, physicist, writer and philosopher. Classic of French literature, one of the founders of mathematical analysis, probability theory and projective geometry, creator of the first samples of calculating technology, author of the basic law of hydrostatics.

Norbert Wiener

Invented cybernetics, inspiring a generation of scientists to use computer technology as a means to expand human capabilities.

Niklas Bostrom

Swedish philosopher, professor at Oxford University, known for his work on the anthropological principle.

Kevin Warwick

British cybernetic scientist, researcher in robotics and neurocomputer interface issues.

Frank Wang Tao

Chinese businessman, founder of SZ DJI Technology Co., Ltd. – a Chinese private company, manufacturer of multi-copters, controllers.

Sergey Brin

American entrepreneur and scientist in the field of computer science, information technology and economics, billionaire. Developer and founder of the Google search engine.

Ngo Bao Chau

Vietnamese mathematician. Best known for his proof of the so-called fundamental lemma in the Langelands programme.

Tang Xiao’ou

The founder of SenseTime, an artificial intelligence company, and remains a professor at Chinese University of Hong Kong with the Department of Information Engineering.

Lawrence Edward «Larry» Pag

American entrepreneur and computer scientist, one of the creators of Google.

Yann Leсun

French computer scientist, the main fields of activity are machine learning, computer vision, mobile robotics and computational neurobiology.

Geoffrey Everest Hinton

British informatics scientist best known for his work on deep-rooted neural networks. Member of the Royal Society of Canada.

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Future plans

January 2012

The World Economic Forum (Davos, Switzerland) brought together top business executives, political leaders, world scientists, eminent thinkers and journalists to discuss the world’s most pressing issues, including health, safety, technology opportunities and environmental protection. Along with this, a group of scientists thought about creating a research organization Life ASAPA.

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