Decades of Proven Performance

IntualityAI distinguishes itself in the predictive AI industry by bridging the gap between complex human behavior and machine learning to improve prediction accuracy and decision-making.

While other AI technologies focus on bias mitigation, our Intuitive Rationality™ predictive process has been in use for decades, and it enables a deeper understanding of human actions by merging human intuition with machine logic. Click here to learn more.

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How do you make decisions? What influences your thinking at any one time? How much logic do you consciously apply when thinking about issues?

The developing field of behavioral economics pioneered by Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky has shown that humans aren’t very rational and instead depend on quick rules of thumb and other heuristics that shape thinking and decision-making. These heuristics include subconscious factors programmed by past experiences, environmental factors like other people, and internal factors like mood and physiological state. So, how do you marry “intuition” with rationality? And should you?

In this book, IntualityAI’s own Grant Renier and Dr. Howard Rankin, Science Director explain why heuristics and rationality are important in thinking, decision-making, and predicting. They explain why logic is over-rated and many times an impossible goal, and which heuristics are important and how they can be applied. The issue is how to balance and weigh these two factors both in everyday life and in computing.

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The Humans Behind the Scenes

The IntualityAI Team

You won’t find a more educated and experienced team of professionals than you will at IntualityAI. With hundreds of years of collective science, technology, and business experience between them, the IntualityAI team is a force of knowledge and expertise that drives, innovates, and grows the IntualityAI experience to new heights every day.


Grant Renier
Founder / Chairman

Grant is an esteemed figure in the realm of artificial intelligence and offers his profound insights through engaging speaking engagements at corporations, forums, and conferences. With a career spanning over 50 years, Grant’s expertise in AI is centered on addressing a crucial gap: the need for more human decision-making and prediction functions in current AI systems. His pioneering work, represented by IntualityAI and its foundational concept, Intuitive Rationality, serves as the missing link toward achieving Artificial General Intelligence (AGI).


Dr. Howard Rankin
Director of Science

Howard has Master’s and Doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from the University of London, has an extensive background in psychology and neuroscience, and has worked with numerous global entities, including WHO and the NIH. He is the author of more than 35 scientific studies and 12 books and has appeared on CNN, ‘The View,’ ABC’s 20/20, and dozens of other television and radio shows. His work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, L.A. Times, Dallas Morning News, and many other major publications.


Dr. Richard Ziskind
CEO Intuality Sports

Richard has advanced degrees in nuclear engineering and physics and is the founder and managing member of LCA Networks, a network design, implementation, and operations corporation serving the U.S. Armed Forces. He is the former Vice President of the Space and Defense Group of Science Applications International, a Fortune 500 technology integrator driving digital transformation in the U.S.


Peter Nannis
Chief Technical Officer

Peter specializes in software solutions and server-side support for data and live data distribution processing and management. He is the founder of minEpsilon Technologies Inc., DBA Bluewater Trading Solutions, which specializes in futures trading software solutions. He has vast experience in business technology deployment, such as Salesforce, Adobe Contact, Envisiontel, and iContact. Peter has a master’s degree in Computer Science from Linkoping Technical University (Sweden) and an MBA from UC-Irvine.


Michael Hentschel

Michael is a technology growth manager with over 30 years of hands-on corporate management, marketing/sales, and finance expertise. As CEO of TechVest Ventures, a venture accelerator group he founded in 1987, he holds strategic management and advisory positions in many client/portfolio companies, including assignments as President, CEO, COO, CFO, VP of Development, and VP of Sales. He has been an adjunct professor teaching Venture Capital, Technology Sales, and Innovation at various Executive-MBA programs, currently at High Point University (North Carolina).

IntualityAI Through The Years

IntualityAI’s Intuitive Rationality™ fixed core logic was developed over 50 years ago and has not only withstood the test of time but is challenging a lot of conventional wisdom about many of today’s more popular AI models because of its ability to more accurately predict the future.


Beginning in 1975, IntualityAI’s Intuitive Rationality™ was programmed into an EPROM chip manufactured by Texas Instruments® for their handheld calculators. Users could input data series to produce alerts of high-probability future events. Futures Markets and Petroleum Field Analysis were the major international applications. Users created a secondary market for the limited chip production at higher chip prices, confirming user application success.


In 1981, IntualityAI in partnership with Ted Turner, developed and manufactured an insertable computer board for Apple II computers that selected incoming financial market data, processed it through the Intuitive Rationality’s core logic and outputted trading alerts to users in the U.S., Canada, Caribbean, Hawaii, Hong Kong, and Australia with access to the WTBS satellite service. In 1985, this system was licensed to a major brokerage company.

Also in 1981, IntualityAI began managing an investing Futures Track Record Account. Its value increased 43 times by the end of 1987, with only a 10% draw-down during the 1987 crash.


In the 1980s, with the emergence of personal computing, a PC version of IntualityAI was created, and the application was sold to a Carnegie-Mellon University-affiliated AI company.


In 1992, a dedicated application of the system was developed for the heavy-duty truck and automotive industry that monitored and predicted component failures, as a preventive maintenance system. The proof-of-concept version was for heavy-duty truck tires, which expanded to large truck fleets in the U.S. and Canada. Prediction of tire failure allowed operators to take remedial action before breakdowns on highways. IntualityAI’s actionable alerts were transmitted to a central support center, where truck operators were then alerted of predicted failures and given directions to nearby tire service centers.


By 1997, an automobile version, in partnership with Goodyear Corporation, was developed for models manufactured by Ford and Chrysler. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave a top rating to IntualityAI’s technology of predicting tire failure. The technology was sold in 2002.