Not exactly. UQ is the process of determining how much trust to put in a given number, such as the output of a model. Tracking uncertainty is effectively the idea of UQ, but applied to every single step of a computation, such as to the millions of computation steps carried out by a computer. Signaloid has built a new kind of computer which can run programs just like any processor from Intel, ARM, or Nvidia, but which, in addition to doing the kinds of calculations that a traditional processor does, performs UQ for all its calculations, by default. This removes the need to explicitly implement UQ in software as people do today.
Rather than designing a custom chip for the processor however, we have an implementation which uses an existing processor to mimic the behavior of our special processor. We have taken this approach so that we can build a commercially-scalable solution that exploits the momentum behind cloud computing platforms, to deliver cloud-based remote access to our processor. This is sort of like SaaS, but for a processor. So you might call it “PaaS”.