About Us

Sybil Systems is comprised of:

Scientists in linguistics, search and intelligence working alongside serial, successful entrepreneurs in technology and finance.

We are building the next generation of computational learning, starting with an intelligent search engine to be leveraged  by medical professionals.

Our Status

We are in early stage pilots with two major life-science companies and we are actively seeking the right strategic investment partners.

Why We Exist

Technologists have always pushed the boundaries of gathering and distributing information.

Early in human history, people used stories, fables and myths to communicate values, lessons and historical context.

The invention of paper allowed us to record our history, and the printing press gave us the ability to distribute information to more than just the anointed few.

Ink was declared mightier than the sword, and so people endeavored to create faster ways of distributing the words we wrote.

Napoleon’s 1790 semaphores, Morse’s 1837 telegraph, Bell’s 1876 telephone and Licklider’s Intergalactic Computer Network are all inventions designed in the race to deliver faster, ubiquitous and affordable information.

Simultaneously, inventors sought to enhance human capabilities through mechanization.

Jacquard’s 1801 mechanical loom, Hollerith’s 1890 tabulating machine, Turing’s 1936 Turing machine and Mauchly & Eckert’s 1946 ENIAC; all inventions designed in the race to automate human capabilities.

The arguably inevitable advances in telecommunications, storage, computing power and binary abstraction gave us the ability to commoditize delivery, infrastructure, platforms and software.

A pretentious monument of fiber, silicon and code.

We believe technologists have sought only to solve problems as engineers, and not as empathetic human beings; and that many engineers need to lose their technophile bigotry before they become relegated to the ranks of tech support.

We believe technological industries must abandon the desire to mechanize people by relegating them to “users”

We are now faced with innovating a new era for humanity.  An era where the human condition will be transformed through the systems we design.

The infrastructure now exists for rapidly deploying advanced, scalable, and complex systems, but this tech has yet to dramatically improve humanity itself.

Our legacy is to build elegantly designed tools that help people find value and meaning through the implementation of technological intelligence.