Our Team

Advisory Board


Emmanuel Gabriel

Emmanuel Gabriel is the inventor of OpenBinacle and its related products. He has over 20 years of highly advanced experience in software / application development, robotics and mechanical systems design, deployment of machine learning models, computational mathematics, business intelligence, deep learning, machine translation, natural language processing & artificial intelligence.

He is totally responsible for leading the company's product, inventions / innovations, development, product designs, and technology strategy.

Faith Gabriel

Faith worked with European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and has over 10 years of focusing on strategic planning, project goals implementation, budgeting, and financing, conference/seminar planning, logistics, HR, coordination, public relations, administration, monitoring and processing financial transactions (SAP-based).

Faith is a polyglot, she speaks seven (7) languages fluently and is responsible for talent management, organizational structure, and business needs by effectively managing the employee lifecycle.

We are a team of programmers, data scientists, linguists, physicists, mathematicians, cloud architects, and hackers, working together to tackle communication gaps and language barriers with "artificial intelligence and machine learning.

In promoting diversity and inclusivity, academic institutions can join our researchers and scientists make rapid progress in developing technologies that will have a positive impact on society.

Our Belief

While OpenBinacle communication tools and artificial intelligence (AI) systems are capable of performing complex tasks and exhibiting intelligence in specific domains, they are still far from achieving a level of intelligence that would qualify as "superhuman."

It's important to note that there are differing opinions on whether or not superhuman AI is possible or even desirable. Some experts believe that it is unlikely that AI will ever be able to surpass human intelligence, while others believe that it is only a matter of time.

Researchers and policymakers must carefully consider the implications of AI development and deployment, and to take steps to mitigate any potential negative consequences.