Document Type

Poster Presentation

Publication Date

Spring 4-19-2024

Date Assignment Submitted



Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) represents the next step in the development of AI, a huge step in the quest for artificial intelligence. AGI aims to create machines capable of understanding, learning, and applying knowledge across various tasks, much like humans.

This research proposal focuses on advancements and potential effects, with an objective to bridge the gap between narrow AI applications and the broader cognitive capabilities of AGI. This study explores the transformative potential of AGI while addressing the societal impacts. The research looks into the relationship between the development of AGI and geopolitical affairs.

Drawing on recent discoveries in mathematical and engineering applications, such as the Q* Star and Bellman Equation, this study explores what is needed to bring this amazing technology to life, by investigating models that support the effective implementation of AGI. An examination will take place regarding the impact this upcoming technology has on economic markets and geopolitical affairs. This will be measured by determining if there is a correlation between the development of AGI and the impact it has on economic markets.

The future of AGI will have an impact on the world at large. The development of technology will influence not only our day-to-day lives but also geopolitical and economic stabilities. Through a comprehensive analysis of AGI's development, we will be able to better understand the global stabilities in both markets and political affairs.


Lynn University


Lynn University Student Research Symposium


Poster Presentation: Technology category


Boca Raton, FL


College of Business and Management


Dr. Kristen Migliano



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