I generally have a skeptical attitude towards people claiming they have done something truly brilliant, yet refuse to give any proof of it. So, indeed, I'm simply a skeptic. Yes, but with a project of this magnitude usually the work load is shared by a team of experts. You said it yourself: To me, that implies you need experts from all those fields to make PIBOT work. Yet, you claim to be a one-man company? Or, are you very deeply knowledgeable in all those areas? I do not insist. I, and others, posted questions, all of which you have not answered concretely. From there on I speculated about the true status of your project. Patent numbers and some proof of results. No. No. What good would that do? How does it relate to the issues raised in this thread? It suffices to say that the organisation I work for has no ambitions in the field you are active in. No. I wouldn't call myself an expert, no. Yet, I do think that my background enables me to detect, on a broad scale, what's truly revolutionary in AI and what is not. You can find an English description dealing with the MSc program I've completed covering aspects of AI here. Having said that, I'm not sure why you ask for my credentials since they are not at stake here. Yours obviously are. Do you have any recent published papers in scientific journals? I've Googled on your name (and a few variations like "R. Geniale", etc) and was unable to find anything related to AI, except for a reference to another forum where you have started a similar thread. For those interested in the comments on that forum, you can read them here. No. If you succeed, I'll metaphorically drown in my own envy, yes. There is no need to contact you privately. You made a public statement on a public forum. I posted public comments on that statement. It only seems natural that if you have something to add other than what you have written above, that you should do it in the same public arena. As you wish.