regen medicine leap?
this is getting interesting. the switch boss the switch.......friedman of nytimes said the router....duh, he was right there........
p2p trials now peers/proteins/ nanosats/ lol............goooooooooooooo
infineon sold wireless to intel, intel licensed 8x8 admin software, avago from agilent and hp, avago bought broadcom, which was getting beat by 8x8=see voicenet solutions; hp used 8x8 x87 for intel pentium...x87 computations now an fpga play? working behind a firewall is an vcsy thing. ge now european power player, has used 8x8 contact center ip.........auto p2p uc....not a new idea.....german autobahnn... european e race cars to show the future? e cars mean need for security on the power grid as they connect to the legacy nuc plants...ge uses amsc d-var's to stabilize grid energy......
vo supports outlook and calendar...now ? if msft creates their own android with what they've been licensing android oems? oracle is now hosted on msft azure...
also mentioned infineon..from siemens...and hey, broadcom now owned by avago, which is from agilent, whichis from hp, which is 8x8's partner for x87... infineon mobile now owned by intel , which was using the x87 ip from 8x8 in the pentiums....intel licensed admin software from 8x8, announced when msft licensed virtual trunking...
msft cptn registered in Germany........they be msft, oracle, emc, apple and ? who else....oracle is fighting too and nail with google over java, with eclipse being ibm java?...eclipse/mozilla/zap...........zap is 8x8's.......case between oracle and google this month.....looking for an agreement to avert years more of delay....good luck to us
an over the top ? would need security as their electric grid also connects to their legacy nuclear generators.....ge now a big player in european energy generation/power.......things are definitely looking very interesting. gooooooo.
nant health brings in cto from cayan, a pos /credit card company...hr and payroll. lol. personal health.
helps to see what happens/management and control. study herpes simplex and other viruses our human body can't kill , but must control to survive 'infection' ...? protein folding........is alzheimers improperly folded proteins which are not adequately removed from the cell and cause congestion and interference with cellular transport? need an icebreaker or goat herd?
of the complex molecule? wags.....actin in the mitotic spindle...affected by stiffening agents or em? use nasa spheres r and d to research forces? wags.
how tight or close the binding? sphere testing remote em connections for transferring energy...in a quantum environment.......this could be universes away? wags.
like with cell walls as well...tumor angiogenesis...cell wall signaling...a probe/spheres/with nanocameras in a cell culture? to see would need some system to view the nano happenings..on a human vision scale. ..packet director , down the vagus nerve?...
fb messenger and video........what timing? but especially from vcsy perspective...wags.
Microsoft has added Facebook Messenger to the list of channels supported by its month-old Microsoft Bot Framework, accordign to a blog posted late Friday. That’s a big deal since Facebook claims 900 million users of its Messenger chat application. That’s a lot of potential users.
Microsoft’s framework, which it hopes software developers will use to build their own bots and connect them to other bots, already supported text or SMS; Office 365 Mail; Skype, Slack; GroupMe; and Telegram channels.
To back up, chatbots or bots, are little computer applications or agents that respond to a users’ questions or prompts them for more information. They make interacting with a computer seem more like a human conversation. If you’ve used your bank’s online help center, you’ve used a bot.
• In November 2011, the SPHERES satellites were upgraded with "off-the-shelf" smartphones by using an "expansion port" the MIT team designed into each satellite. Since the SPHERES were originally designed for a different purpose, they needed some upgrades to become remotely operated robots. By connecting a smartphone, the project can immediately make SPHERES more intelligent. With the smartphone, the SPHERES will have a built-in camera to take pictures and video, sensors to help conduct inspections, a powerful computing unit to make calculations, and a Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) connection that the project will use to transfer data in real-time to the space station and mission control. - n order to make the smartphones safer to use onboard the station, the cellular communications chips were removed, and the lithium-ion battery was replaced with AA alkaline batteries.
i typed nasa, it printed as nasal , lol.
top of the rack.....with packet director...i-merge?wags and all, but interesting coincidence. 8 sides and 8x8, lol
camera's sampling and aiming..8x8 patents. goooo, bryan. good luck to us.
The SPHERES satellites are self-contained with on-board propulsion, processing, RF communication, and metrology. In addition, the testbed has four metrology transmitters that provide global metrology reference and a laptop computer that acts as a "ground station" and provides experiment control.
All SPHERES satellites are identical in structure and internal composition. The SPHERES satellite design is modular. The design of the individual subsystems can be easily integrated into another project which use different configurations due to their simple interfaces and operational independence. The modularity enables a wide spectrum of flexibility in the use of the facility. The SPHERES system consists of the following basic elements: 13) 14)
• Three experimental self-contained 20 cm diameter free-floating nanosatellites (each with a dry mass of 3.55 kg, wet mass of 4.16 kg) which perform the various algorithms. The self-contained nanosatellites that are 18-sided polyhedrons.
• Five small ultrasound beacon devices are located in the SPHERES work envelope, they are acting as the navigation system (metrology beacon system). The ultrasound transmitter beacons measure their respective positions and attitudes in relation to one other and to the defined volume. Each beacon is self-contained and uses two standard Duracell Ultra AA batteries.
• The nanosatellites communicate with each other and an ISS laptop through a low-power wireless (RF) link.