The United Sigma Intelligence Association supports a variety of projects and programs through partnerships with global intellectual networks. The organization will continue to discover and support global projects.
The USIA collects the thoughts of intellectuals around the world. A new issue of the USIA Journal will be published in 2023. The 2020 USIA Journal contributors include Professor Peter Singer, Professor Nick Bostrom, and Professor James Flynn.
The USIA hears the voices of intellectuals around the world. The topics of the podcast are from the academic field to the practical area. Contributors to the USIA podcast range from Professor Howard Gardner to 2005-2010 Royal Society President Martin Rees.
The USIA supports artificial intelligence researches through partnerships with BioAI Health, developing novel causal artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML). Currently, USIA Board Member Dr. Tom Chittenden, PhD, DPhil, PStat is active in this field. Dr. Tom contributes his research papers on artificial intelligence to publication in the forthcoming 2023 USIA Journal.
USIA participates in scientific projects investigating fundamental questions in biology and medicine with the Complex Biological Systems Alliance. The mission of this project is to further scientific understanding of biological complexity and the nature and origins of human disease.
USIA supports medical education projects with World Academy of Medical Sciences founded by USIA Board Member Dr. M. M. Karindas. In this worldwide network, it multidimensionally supports practical and academic standards of World Medicine in health care, research and education.
USIA supports the forthcoming Medical Academy Awards (MMA) by World Academy of Medical Sciences (WAMS) founded by USIA Board Member Dr. M. M. Karindas. The WAMS internationally classifies selected outstanding research work and studies in medicine, and awards the selected papers with the Medical Academy Awards.
USIA supports the life extension programs with International Longevity Alliance facilitating professional networking within the research community, building connections with decision makers in business and the public sectors. Currently, USIA Board Member Dr. Ilia Stambler is active in this field.
USIA supports World Memory Championships through partnerships. The championships is an organized competition of memory sports in which competitors memorize as much information as possible within a given period of time. USIA Board Member Raymond Keene OBE is the Chairman of World Memory Championships.
USIA supports the space project by partnering with Space For Humanity founded by USIA Fellow Dylan Talyor, MBA. Space For Humanity provides opportunity to go to space and experience the Overview Effect: the cognitive shift in awareness that occurs when a human being looks down on the Earth from space.
USIA is partnering with international organizations like Peace Innovation Initiative to help humanity solving major global problems: environmental protection, food security, health protection, human rights, basic education, poverty reduction, water sufficiency, war prevention.
USIA supports programs to to prevent existential events as well as programs to preserve civilization to survive such events, with the Lifeboat Foundation founded by USIA Board Member Eric Klien. This project was formed to prevent existential events from happening, as once they occur, humanity may have no possibility to correct the error.
The Commission for Peace was founded and organized by USIA Board Member Barbara Winston with UN Mandated University for Peace. The commission is the advisory committee for the USIA Partner Peace Innovation Initiative.
USIA supports Peace Innovative Initiative and World Peace and Prosperity Foundation to promote and advocate peace and peaceful resolution of the conflicts through discussion and better understanding of political, economic and cultural differences.