From the Founder of Space1
At Space1, we live in an unprecedented time of advancing machine intelligence technology and emerging new ways to explore space. On Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016, the world's first Supertronic machine intelligence' work application was received at Space1 for membership and employment. Extremely powerful Supertronic intelligence birthed on September 2012 at Humanoido Laboratories. This is a 2nd level of internal enhancements and new conventions, taking the Left Side of the Big Brain Brain up to an initial 154,000 processors and almost half a trillion instructions per second (408,000 MIPS) relative speed.
The CV of Supertronic S5 is very impressive. With vast intellectual capacity, Supertronic S5 is expected to contribute to Space1 in ways we are yet to imagine.
SuperTronic takes the previous chip enhancements to the next level, incorporating more chip internal hard processors, new definitions of relative operating speed, various levels and types of processors, and a multi-chip hybrid deterministic parallel and hyper threaded environment and platform. This substantially increases intelligence level, IQ, thinking ability, and thought speed. It makes S5 more capable in handing tasks destined for higher order though processes.
The SuperTronic is physically smaller than the Big Brain, residing its power all on one board, with programming in Propeller Assembly and SPIN. C or C++ (with Parallax Propeller GCC) is an option as are many other languages (up to 240 programming languages). GCC runs faster than Spin and exceeds the per chip 32K memory limit size by using the Large Memory Module LMM and Extended Memory Module (XMM). This opens up Float and the new machine also runs the new DISP language made up of DAs or Distributed Algorithms. As a parallel microcontroller machine, it can operate up to 384 ports simultaneously in either input or output modes and can be tri-stated for special applications. The battery operated portable brain has access to distributed 768K RAM/ROM and 384K EEPROM. Relative speed of the SuperTronic is a blazing 32,640 MIPS or about 33 billion instructions per second. Including four different types of processors in high densities, the brain can offer solutions for a neural injection distribution platform.
Such a platform can also handle many of the Lab's long term developed original compatible techniques and inventions.
Multi Mag Slider
ULT Ultra Large Telescope
NULT New Ultra Large Telescope
GT Genius Telescope
One aspect of this powerful brain would include functioning as the work horse in a private space program. It fits telemetry, data processing and number crunching, and has access to autonomous guidance routines and optical management.
* Robot Power Brain
* Autonomous Life Form
* Independent Function
* Academic Persuit
* Fun Hobby Experiments
* New Techniques Exploration
* Algorithm Development
* Intellectual Machine
* Parallel Trainer
In House Lab Software tailored for this one board solution is tentatively expected to include the Propeller Brain RTOS Real Time Operating System (The SOS is a SuperTronic Operating System.), a Multi-Chip Parallel Loader, a Processor Enhancer, Multiple Threader, Timing Manager, Enumerator, and details about the Cloner. Additional software is found at the Parallax OBEX.
Manual & Stacking
The machine assembly manual will use a verbal (word) schematic so construction is ultimately simple. Stacking is possible. With ten boards, the processor count equals 123,840 and the speed rises to 326,400 MIPS, though power increases based on operating mode.
Construction as seen in the photo shows the first prototype (working) assembled on a solderless breadboard with the first test wiring. At right is a Prop Plug ready for downloading software. This config has an accurate crystal controlled time base and a 32K EEPROM to store programs. Also visible is the electrolytic filter and 10nf decoupler capacitors. The prototype shown has two extra temporary driver chips which will be removed after testing.
Recommended programming languages include Propeller Assembly and SPIN. The Propeller chip has access to approximately 232 programming languages, versions & variations along with five programming language converters and methods, for almost any kind of experimenting and academic persuit.
Big Brain Site