Noids - the new Artificial Intelligence - 12/10/97
From: Frank C. Earl
Date: Wed, 10 Dec 1997 16:51:12 +0000
Subject: Neutronics Corp
A while back, Jerry Decker put a reference to the Neutronics Corporation's WWW
site onto his site in reference to a new type of computational device and what
could be considered to be the possible first steps in producing something akin
to Data in ST:TNG (Star Trek - the Next Generation).
Sadly, at the time, they were vague as to the nature of their Neutronics
technology and they wanted a LOT of $$$ for producing a copy of the prototype
devices - combined with a LOT of NDA BS. To me, it seemed to be a promising
development and at the same time, a dead-end.
Recently, there have been some glimmers forthcoming as to the nature of the
technology - not vague things either. The following URL points to a paper
done by someone at Texas A&M regarding the use of PNP transistors in
It's a nicely done paper that describes one of the key features of
'neutronics'- I plan on looking into the effect in question shortly.
From what I can see in the paper, a neutronics device is a charge blocking
P.S. Jerry the new URL for NTC is http://www.neutronicstechcorp.com/
Frank C. Earl
Earl Consulting Services
Courtesy of Bradley W. Scott - in email discussions, I mentioned the
SkyHeart device, claimed to be a unique form of AI that mimics its owner once
programmed. It is supposed to develop a 'heartbeat' in the form of a pulsing
blue LED and has all kinds of bizarre anecdotes associated with the operation
of the units. Despite the $3000 price of the SkyHeart, the idea of an
electrostatic matrix used to dynamically map a persons biopatterns intrigues
me. That is how Bradley and I got onto the subject. I will eventually
transcribe the SkyHeart audio to text. These new interactive AI devices are
called 'noids'. On checking out the Neutronics site, I am uncomfortable with
them NOT posting the price of their hardware and imposing confidentiality
agreements with purchases.
Also check out the QLink Device