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Professor Veres adds: "We have invented sysbrains to control intelligent machines. Sysbrain is a special breed of software agents with unique features such as natural language programming to create them, human-like reasoning, and most importantly they can read special English language documents in 'system English' or 'sEnglish'. Human authors of sEnglish documents can put them on the web as publications and sysbrain can read them to enhance their physical and problem solving skills. This allows engineers to write technical papers directly for sysbrain that control the machines."
Originally posted by ArieZ
Did they announce the birth of SKYNET on Valentines day??
Built by Boeing Co's Phantom Works, the 5000kg craft is 2.9m tall and just over 8.8m long, with a wingspan of less than 4.6m. It has two angled tail fins rather than a single vertical stabiliser. Solar panels deploy in orbit to charge batteries for electrical power.
Officials made public only a general description of the mission objectives: testing of guidance, navigation, control, thermal protection and autonomous operation in orbit, re-entry and landing.
Originally posted by lestweforget
What other option do they have but to send craft controlled by artificial intelligence, they simply cannot send manned craft, despite NASAs claims that man can pass through the van allens and so on.....
So is s-english the real deal?