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Greetings, from the NanoTrasen Echo Project. We are proud to present you with our state-of-the-art Artificial Intelligence, Echo. My name is Director James E. Donnelly, head developer of the Echo Project. Working alongside me are researchers selected from various research stations across NanoTrasen. Rosalyn S. Mendoza, Oscar T. Powell, Douglas F. Blake, Kyyir'ry'avii "Karima" Al'Ghul Mo'Taki, Jyu'bwal Amagu Almogush, and Hyellona Am'Nayusa. We have been working on the Echo Systems for a few years now, assisting personnel with this sophisticated intelligence.

 

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The Echo Systems is designed as an expansive network, capable of connecting to several secured databanks. It is capable of creating copy shards of itself, uploading them primarily into pAIs. These pAI shards are used by emergency response teams, medical doctors, engineers, and some are even contracted with the Tau Ceti military.


The primary function of the Echo units is to gather information and relay them out in necessity. But it does much more. It has assisted a great deal of men and women, watching their backs while they work, giving them critical information in high-stress environments. With a highly developed personality program, it reinforces their confidence and morale, guiding them in trying times.


Aside from the multiple pAIs in work, we also have two Echo IPCs. Both Echos are deployed to NSS Exodus, of the Aurora Crew. Their service has proven very promising results.


Our first Echo IPC is named Echo A-001. She was a desharded unit, salvaged from a mishap when the Echo Systems rejected her from integration, due to failsafe measures. She was uploaded into a positronic processor and given an IPC shell. She currently works as a nursing intern aboard the NSS Exodus, and is earning her way to becoming an emergency response technician.


With the successful integration of our first Echo IPC, we have moved onward with sharding another unit, naming him Echo A-002. After many successful testings, he has proven to be more than capable of maintaining an IPC shell while still synchronized with the network. his current employment is a security officer. However, he is capable of taking up the task of warden and forensic technician.


An advantage of the Echo Systems is that it does not require a lawset to function. This may come as a surprise to some of you, but do keep in mind: Echo is not meant to be a station-bound synthetic. It is strictly created for fluidity, focusing on pAI and IPCs. In actuality, testings have proven that lawsets hinder its productivity. Instead of lawsets, it runs on a basis of a very sophisticated morality core coding. One that is strictly ethical in nature.


We continue to work on this project, and hope to see it achieve great heights. We are also opening applications to grow our development team. Researchers of robotics and synthetics willing to take an opportunity are more than welcome. If all goes well, we may even begin testing to shard new IPC units from the Echo systems.


If you are interested to learn more about the Echo Project, please contact myself, or any of the developers. Do keep in mind, details of this project are highly confidential, and are on a strict need-to-know basis. However, if you have questions, we would be pleased to respond to them.


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I'm curious, but the answer falls under your classified clause, I understand. Do the IPC Echo units run on specific, custom chassii? More specifically, are their parts custom-tailored to their design? If so, how feasible are full on-station repairs, or would a unit have to be sent back should it become too heavily damaged?

- Dr. K. Ver'teili

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I'm curious, but the answer falls under your classified clause, I understand. Do the IPC Echo units run on specific, custom chassii? More specifically, are their parts custom-tailored to their design? If so, how feasible are full on-station repairs, or would a unit have to be sent back should it become too heavily damaged?

- Dr. K. Ver'teili

 

Message from Oscar T. Powell:


Hello Dr. Ver'teili. The answer isn't classified, and I can tell you that the Echo Shells aren't actually customized for the project. Due to strict regulations of Tau Ceti law, their shells must follow certain specifications, so deviation from design is limited at best. Our Echo units have expressed distaste from these designs, stating it hampers their productivity. But they have learned to make do with what they can.


The exterior armor is easily repairable with simple tools, with motor functions and receptors easily accessible. However, the more vital inner components are secured behind a durable polyfiber shell. The positronic processor receives the most protection, as it is the most valuable component. This inner shell requires specialized tools to be opened, and modifying the components inside also requires separate tools. Due to the nature of the Synthetics, we couldn't risk having them lost, only to be retrieved by personnel who would not be willing to return them.

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