Work in Progress:
Currently, we are working on our first phytogenic cyborg, the JT-1.
After it is operational we will be designing methods to mass-produce it.
7-6-2013: we have developed a modification to our neural net which allows robots to "see" wind. It is called the Ariel Lens and is currently being installed on our prototype.
8-30-2013: we completed tests of the Ariel Lens. It replaced the mechanical touch sensors in an older robot and worked as planned. It could sense objects at more than 200 times the distance of the mechanical sensor.
9-16-2013: we have integrated the biological & electronic components into the 'Lowell A.I.' After a performance test it will be installed in the robot that will be our first product, the JT-1.
12-26-2013: the performance test of the Lowell A.I. was successful. We have begun construction of the JT-1 prototype.
04-14-2014: created a Solaris Cybernetics Facebook page
01-12-2015: received certification for the VBShdl-1m5, Manatee.
08-01-2015: began field testing of the DX-5b robot.
10-02-2015: began operations at ARES Pond 1
04-14-2016: upgraded the power systems on the DX-5 robots
07-18-2016: building first JT-1 robot
08-21-2016: tested first 'PROMETHEUS 1' Artificial Intelligence
WE HAVE BEGUN A BLOG: http://solariscybernetics.com/blog/
We have achieved our most important goal. We can create bio-neural nets that respond to their environment and can communicate with the electro-neural net.
The next step is to refine the feed-back loop.
Some Papers for download:
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