Converging Technologies for Improving Human Performance (CTIHP)
Found in the Obama Whitehouse archives (2010): an intelligent (self-aware) sensor, that is a multi-functional, self-assembling nano-sized protein, found in every cell of the human body, that can be controlled by pH, which has a parent company with an invention with “Self-Aware” quantum technology (“Internet of Things” converging), that unifies both of the inventions, and a side-company that has separate AI-software that remotely and intelligently monitors “medical conditions and drug compliance”. i.e. 3 separate inventions, from 3 companies ExQor / ExQori∆ / Xenqai—(owned by the same people)—that unifies Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, IT, and Cognitive science together, on a government website. So, that’s interesting…. I have to take a closer look at this.
The US Department of Commerce (DOC), and the National Science Foundation (NSF) came together in 2002 to bring together industry leaders to discuss converging technologies for improving human performance: nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology, and cognitive science. Over time, they have now blossomed into a thriving billion-dollar industry, collaborating with the US Department of Defense (DOD), the US Army Research Lab, BigTech, the US Government, and Universities, and spending a substantial amount on AI, COVID-19, 5G, and the Sustainable Development Agenda…