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Tissue Computers Inhale Raw Sensor Data and Flash Process Results

For Immediate Release: March 9, 2022


Tissue Computing with live neurons has the inherent and natural ability to directly inhale and flash process massive amounts of both raw and filtered sensor data. Furthermore, by attaching a Tissue Operating Device (TOD™), with a Tissue Computer utilizing millions of specially designed “live” neurons, that are custom designed for the specific senor configuration and application, the TOD™ system will deliver massive performance advancements over Classical digital-based systems.

Currently most sensor collected data is covered into digital data and processed digitally. Replacing a digital system with a TOD™ system will result in increased system performance, accelerated processing times, and a major expansion in the quality and resolution of sensor results, possibly from 100 to 1,000 times over current operational systems.

Given this knowledge, for at least the last few decades, efforts have proceeded to harness the amazing processing capabilities of neurons. This effort has followed three distinct paths. The first was for digital computer chip manufacturers to create a modified computer chip that emulates the actions of neurons. That effort has proven successful, in a limited manner, and neuron processing is being offered as a cloud-based processing service by Intel, IBM, and others.

The second pathway was to develop devices and systems that would allow mankind to tap into the neuron processing capabilities of the human brain. The resulting equipment is known as Brain Computer Interface (BCI) devices. They are structured to support external digital reading and understanding of the actions of brain neurons, to deposit and retrieve data from the brain neurons, and ultimately control and externally managing these human brain neurons.

These BCI development efforts are proving successful. Currently, at least Neuralink, Blackrock Neurotech, and Synchron either in, or preparing to begin, clinical trials on their BCI devices.

The third pathway, the BCM approach, was to design and create a totally independent Tissue Computer. A standalone, independent Tissue Computer that had no access or relationship with the human brain and used no human neurons. This unique Tissue Computer utilizes specially formulated, and created live neurons, to naturally perform processing tasks, store and retrieve data, and rapidly transfer data. But performed in a controlled environment, established to support and provide specific high-speed processing and data management under the guidance of the Tissue Computer users.

TOD™ Mass Inhales and Flash Processes Raw Sensor Data
with results moving mankind to levels of advancements
in science and technology far beyond current imagination

The forthcoming first family of commercial and consumer available Tissue Computers is the Tissue Operating Device (TOD™). Current schedules are for initial shipments of TOD™ Model 16, the smallest Model, with 16 million neurons, to commence deliveries by December 2022, with all nine Models to be available in 2023.

The global transition from Classical digital processing to Tissue Computing is the next huge evolutionary step in data processing. A step that has commenced and will likely leap mankind into the 22nd century of processing within less than a decade.

As shown in the Table, there are many applications for direct raw sensor, flash processing. By mid-2023, the forthcoming TOD™ will have the portals and system functionality to support many “application specific,” types of data and intelligence gathering sensors. The senor data enhanced TOD™ Tissue Computer will support immediate acceptance and flash processing of massive volumes of raw, direct sourced, sensor data in at least these formats: optical, audio, video, RF, inferred, thermal, sonic, and seismic.

In a functional diagram, the Figure illustrates a few of the many types of sensors and systems that are scheduled to be directly attachable to a TOD™ system. These configurations will achieve many magnitudes of enhancement in sensor or system performance and results.

Tissue Computing can deliver lighting processing speeds, and massive throughput bandwidth as a direct raw data processor. TOD™ process the raw data as an image or an organized set of intelligence data, not as maze of digital ones and zeros. The TOD™ Tissue Computing method of imaged based Flash Processing is NOT possible with a Classical digital computer.

For additional information on Tissue Computing technology, current neuron processing activities, TOD™ design, the NDI device, and related subjects, visit the BCM Industries website or contact BCM.

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