Being mindful of how eliminating the “un-necessary” systems will shape the priorities and ethics is…
Bill James

Now that we’ve developed the “rules” of how a connectome works, we can successfully emulate any biologic organism once we have the accurate data for that animal’s connectome.

But the real aspect of what we’ve done is transfer those rules to a general real-time software architecture. We get rid of all the messy animal stuff without losing the power of its intelligence.

That makes our software more efficient to run on low-powered chips at the edge, which is important for meeting SWaP (size, weight, power) requirements of aerospace, automotive, defense, and IoT.