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 supports artificial intelligence researches through partnership, developing novel causal artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML).
USIA participates in scientific projects investigating fundamental questions in biology and medicine.
USIA supports medical education projects through partnerships. In the worldwide network, it multidimensionally supports practical and academic standards of World Medicine in health care, research and education.
USIA supports innovative life science programs developing proprietary combinatorial biologics for the regeneration and repair of human organs and tissues.
USIA is partnering with organizations like UNICEF 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.
USIA supports 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.
USIA supports programs facilitating professional networking within the research community, building connections with decision makers in business and the public sectors.
USIA supports World Memory Championships through partnership. 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 supports World Mind Mapping Championships through partnership. The championships consist of the School, National, or World Mind Mapping Championships.
USIA supports World Speed Reading Championships through partnership. The championships consist of the School, National, or World Speed Reading Championships.
The USIA hears the voices of intellectuals around the world. The topics of the podcast are from the academic field to the practical area.
USIA supports intellectual growth programs. USIA, for example, participates in the governance council of the IQ Olympaid Foundation.
The USIA collects the thoughts of intellectuals around the world. The Journal is published irregularly. Journal contributors include Professor Nick Bostrom and Professor James Flynn.