Aditya Mohan is the founder of Robometrics® Machines and Skive it® where he is working on on-edge Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) for general aviation and healthcare. He studied at Brown University and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee. He has scientific research experience from Intel Research Berkeley, IBM Research Zurich, MIT Media Labs (Cambridge, MA) and HP Labs (Palo Alto, CA). 

Aditya is an AI Thought Leader, scientist, engineer and a VC/PE advisor with experience that spans more than 20 years. He has deep expertise in corporate strategy and M&A with focus on AI, Generative AI and on-device AI. In addition, he has worked on AI policy and governance, addressing issues of ethics, transparency, and immigration as it relates to national security. 


He is a member of Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) in Oshkosh, Wisconsin; Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) in Frederick, Maryland; West Valley Flying Club (WVFC) in Palo Alto, California; and Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.  


With registered offices in the US and the UK, our company’s long term vision is to condense Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) in silicon to build robots that are more human, and not superhuman. Robometrics® Machines redefines the relationship that a machine can have with a human. We are building machines that are truly living, evolving based on their owner to create something that is unique, can’t be replicated and you fall in love with. Robometrics® AGI forms the heart of such a machine, evolving over time.

Welcome to the future of work at Robometrics® Machines, set against the breathtaking backdrop of Maui, Hawaii. This proposed architectural rendering unveils our visionary office design, where cutting-edge technology meets the serene beauty of nature. 

Here, we've crafted a workspace that not only fosters innovation but also harmonizes with the lush Hawaiian landscapes, offering a vibrant and inspiring environment for our team. As prospective employees, current staff, and valued investors, you're invited to experience how Robometrics® integrates state-of-the-art technology with natural elements to create not just a workplace, but a hub of creativity and well-being. This is where you'll see your ideas flourish and your investments grow, in an office designed for the future, today.


Robometrics® Machines has clear strategic value and financial return for institutional investors who invest in the areas of AI or industry focus that include healthcare, smart cities, autonomous vehicles, space exploration, metaverse and general aviation. 

An investment as grant or in form of equity investment for Robometrics® Machines will fall under the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 3 and 11 to build a strong impact investment thesis. The goal for SDG 3 is to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages and the goal for SDG 11is to make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable. Based on strategic fit vs impact preference, an institutional investor can put the deal on balance sheet capital or a separate impact fund capital vehicle.

Envisioning AGI's Impact: Navigating Competition and Collaboration

J. Robert Oppenheimer, the American physicist and one of the key figures in the development of the atomic bomb during World War II, discussed the concept of compartmentalization in the context of the Manhattan Project. The Manhattan Project was a top-secret research and development project that led to the creation of the first atomic bombs.

Compartmentalization refers to the practice of restricting access to information on a need-to-know basis within an organization or project. It involves separating different aspects of a project or sensitive information so that only a limited number of individuals have complete knowledge of the entire picture. 

Oppenheimer's views on compartmentalization were shaped by the context of the time, where there was a strong emphasis on maintaining secrecy and preventing any information from falling into the wrong hands. The success of the Manhattan Project in developing the atomic bomb, while controversial in its own right, demonstrated the effectiveness of compartmentalization in managing highly sensitive and complex projects.

It's worth noting that while Oppenheimer's role in the Manhattan Project is well-documented, his specific statements on compartmentalization might not be widely available in the public domain. 

At Robometrics® Machines, our work is on building AGI (Artificial General Intelligence)  will have a profound impact on the society in years to come. AGI stands as an imperative technological marvel, boasting profound applications across pivotal sectors such as aviation and healthcare. Within this domain lies a relentless battleground of innovation, transcending geographical boundaries as numerous entities from the United States and beyond engage in a relentless sprint to establish dominance in this realm. This transforms AGI's significance into a dual-fronted essence - one that is of paramount import not only for individual companies but also for the strategic interests of entire nations.

While our corporate ethos thrives on collaboration, we are acutely attuned to the safeguarding of our intellectual property and classified insights. Our approach mirrors the stringent doctrine of need-based information dissemination, erecting a barrier around our intellectual property and sensitive data. This practice is harmoniously aligned with the principle of compartmentalization, fortifying our resilience against emerging threats while preserving the sanctity of our advancements.