Where Computers Lack...
One of the most difficult problems for a computer is pattern matching. While computers are excellent at performing calculations quickly, they are stumped when given a large set of data in which to identify interesting patterns. A task such as identifying a dog in a picture is trivial for humans, but is exceedingly difficult for a computer to complete in any reasonable length of time.

...People Excel
The human brain is an excellent pattern-matching engine. We can easily identify faces, filter out background noise in a conversation, and read handwriting. Furthermore, we can identify patterns almost instantaneously, outperforming computers in both ability and speed.

Untapped Computational Power
The human brain has an average of 100 billion neurons and runs at approximately 5 GHz. The Pentium® IV microprocessor runs at 1.4 GHz and has 42 million transistors. This means that the human brain has around eight thousand times the power of a personal computer. Imagine if the power of the six billion human brains on earth could be utilized - a collective computer, 48,000,000,000,000 times the power of a PC!

Introducing Mindpeer™
Mindpeer™ technology was created to harness this computational power. Find out how it works at the .