If we consider that multicellular organisms of variable complexity have succeeded in adapting to very different environments and that these organisms have a common ancestry, my working hypothesis is that there must be foundations for intelligent behaviour. By intelligent behaviour I am referring to an organism’s ability to reliably and perceptibly exert control over its environment.

For this reason, the ultimate goal of the Pauli Space project is to develop a scalable theory of intelligent behaviour that goes beyond statistical machine learning. In particular, I am committed to building robot dogs before 2023.