Eliminate Traditional Applications with Data That Thinks
Thought’s blockchain-enabled Fabric fundamentally changes applications by embedding artificial intelligence into every bit of data making it agile, actionable and inherently secure. It might also just save humanity from Skynet!
By 2025 the global data sphere will grow to163 Zettabytes
The current computational paradigm is not scalable or intelligent enough to handle this massive influx of information.
Nuances will redefine data and applications altogether.
Thought’s technology infuses every bit of data with AI to create the Nuance. Each Nuance becomes its own agent with the power to take action without the constraints of an application. Nuances completely change the landscape of big data, system integration and artificial intelligence as we know it.
Thought’s revolutionary blockchain fabric enables AI
Thought Fabric is a new, better technology stack. Nuances exist within an infinitely scaleable network that allows each individual bit of artificial intelligence to interact forming an intelligent system. Blockchain technology ensures that every nuance is secure and attributable.
Thought creates a new, universal intelligence technology
Thought Nuances working within Fabric exist as electronic neurons within a globally distributed brain. Systems that were once incompatible become integrated. Disparate processes and infrastructure become unified, all within a technology platform that’s secure, scalable and natively extensible.
Thought tokens are required to run Nuances on the Thought Fabric. Tokens are earned by owners of Fabric nodes in exchange for the evaluation and routing of Nuances. Tokens will also be awarded for hardware integration development, AI model development and access to data repositories.
Show what we can do! Complete the development of a working minimum-viable-product and expand development team.
Ensure our development engine is really moving. Complete the prototype builds of the complete Thought Fabric, Nuance Virtual Machine, and all Node types.
Launch a full Beta release of end user facing interfaces and first set of industry specific concepts and applications. Complete prototype of micro-network interconnectivity, first alpha development of Fabric Node, and first round integration testing.
Complete implementation of developer library and API interface, begin developing advance Nuance behaviors.
Release prototype build of Data marketplace mechanics and interface, complete beta of Nuance Management Interface, and kick off Thought Network Hackathon.
Complete prototype build of Impact rating system.
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Professor Andrew J. Hacker is Founder and CEO of Thought and Cybersecurity Expert in Residence at Harrisburg University. Mr. Hacker been developing the concept of hybrid data and algorithms for the past six years, has extensive Cybersecurity experience and is a CISSP. Mr. Hacker has a BS in Electrical Engineering Rutgers College
Professor Philip A. Grim II is CTO of Thought Network and a Lecturer in Computer Science at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. Mr. Grim’s career as a professional software engineer has spanned more than 25 years of both military and civilian contractor experience. Mr. Grim holds an Associate of Applied Science in Computer Programming Technology from Metropolitan Community College of Omaha, a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems from St. Leo University, and a Master of Science in Analytics and currently pursuing PhD in Analytics from Harrisburg University.
Matthew Hykes is Chief Software Architect at Thought Network and has over a decade of experience as a full stack developer and systems architect, leveraging n-tier architectures for web, mobile, and games. He plays a leading role on the software development team and provides the required guidance for taking the company’s technology and products to the next level of functionality, design and scalability. Mr. Hykes has vast knowledge in Hyperledger, Ethereum, blockchain architectures, and smart contracts.
Samuel Jones is Chief Software Engineer of Thought Network. He has 13 years of experience building enterprise software for energy utilities, as well as the defense and intelligence communities as a civilian contractor. Mr. Jones's experience has included customer information systems, network infrastructure coordination, network traffic visualization, and warehouse and organizational management software, along with his work in Smart Data and microservices with Thought Network. Mr. Jones holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Science and a Bachelor of Arts in German from Missouri Southern State University as well as CompTIA Security+ certification.
Nathaniel is the COO/CFO of Though Network and is responsible for leading strategy and operations of the Thought Network. His work includes partnership and ecosystem development, long-term strategy, financial oversight and operational improvement. Previously, Nathaniel worked as a strategy and management consultant in multiple sectors, including, fintech, manufacturing, healthcare, technology and business services. Nathaniel has led the successful turnaround of a biotech and an insurance company. He has also worked with start-ups raising venture capital and developed investment strategies for private equity firms and start-up studios. He received his B.S. in Accounting from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Andrew Weiss is the Chief Counsel of Thought Network. He is an attorney specializing in patent law and litigation for the high-tech industry. Mr. Weiss has practiced more than 10 years since earning his JD at USC.
Gil O'Brien is the Chief Marketing Officer at Thought Network. He has extensive experience in Finance and Marketing and currently helps Financial Institutions offshore their New York accounting operations to reduce cost. He received his MBA in Marketing from Baruch College - Zicklin School of Business. He excelled as a Financial Advisor with Salomon Smith Barney.
Michael Rusling is a programmer with Thought Network, and recently finished his Bachelor's in Software Engineering and Analysis. He spent two years as a contracted coder working on Java web app and front-end web development, and leverages his UI and back-end experience to tackle similar problems today. He has been pursuing personal programming projects for over twelve years, and has experience with Java, HTML/CSS, JS, C#, PHP, and MySQL.
Neelima Bandi is a research and development specialist at Thought Network. She worked for Amazon for 3 years as resolution specialist lead for the North America and UK region which constitutes Canada, America and UK Space. She completed a Bachelor of Arts in Electronics and Computer Engineering (ECE) in India from Vignana Bharathi Institute of Technology and is currently pursuing her master's degree in Information Systems Management and Engineering at the Harrisburg University of Science and Technology.
Karan Raj is a research and development specialist at Thought Network. and is knowledgeable in Hyperledger. He worked with Amazon for 3 years as a transportation specialist for Operations of the European region. Raj completed a Bachelor of Arts from Aurora Scientific Technological and Research Academy in Computer Science Engineering and is currently pursuing his Master’s degree in Information Systems Engineering and Management at the Harrisburg University of Science and Technology.
Ms. Kate Spaan is student intern with a highly technical background and strong interest in STEM. She has experience in ethical hacking techniques and is part of our student outreach program to help increase interest and awareness in STEM, especially in cybersecurity and blockchain.
Edward Sampson is an IT Specialist with Thought Network. He has extensive experience in network troubleshooting, technical consulting, software development, and network security.
Konstantinos Sgantzos is a Theoretical Physicist & Biochemist, and owns an MSc in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics. He is an Environmental scientist in power oil and energy with specialty in air pollution. He is also specialized in Chaotic Attractors, AI, Cellular Automata, Turing Complete Machines, Neural Networks and Genetic Algorithms. He is currently a Researcher in Department of Computer Science & Bioinformatics at University of Thessaly, Lamia, Greece. Fields of interest include but not limited to research in genetic disease diagnosis & cure using Big Data Mining techniques and mi-RNA, Si-RNA and CRISPR/Cas9 methods. He is the author of “Implementing a Church-Turing thesis machine on a Blockcain”
Dr. Ford is currently Professor of Analytics at the Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. His previous experience includes the University of Maryland University College where he worked as Director and Professor for the Data Analytics Program. Prior to that, he served as Chair of the Computer Science Department at Hood College and as President of their faculty.
Additionally, throughout his career, he has held C-level positions at 6 different companies. Dr. Ford earned his Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence, along with a master’s and bachelor’s, from the Johns Hopkins University. He holds two patents and is active in both academic and applied research. Rand’s areas of expertise are in the analysis of unstructured data, natural language processing, and machine learning.
Dr. Mitchell is Professor and Program Lead for Healthcare Informatics at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology in Harrisburg, PA. He was the Chief Medical Officer and Acting Chief Medical Information Officer for the Sisters of Mercy Health System, responsible for establishing the Center for Medical Informatics and the Center for Quality and Safety. For thirty years, he has been involved locally, nationally, and internationally in the development of provider and staff education and leadership development. He is a retired Army Colonel, Fellow and Past President of the Aerospace Medical Association, former Vice-Chair of the American Board of Preventive Medicine, and Life Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. He has authored over 40 publications and has received numerous military and civilian awards.
J. Gregory Swendsen in the founder and president of Swendsen & Company which is a financial management company that provides seed and venture capital investments to life sciences and biotechnology firms. He is board member of the American Life Science Pharmaceuticals, Inc. which is a clinical stage Alzheimer's and neurodegenerative disease company. He raised over $500 million for pharmaceutical and biotech companies.
Kevin Purcell is the Chief Scientist at WildFig, a data science and analytics consultancy based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Before joining WildFig Dr. Purcell’s held research appointments in the Sustainable Fisheries Branch of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration and the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University. Dr. Purcell’s research employs a variety of computational and statistical approaches to quantify the dynamics of disturbance on complex systems. He also serves as a Corporate Faculty member in the Analytics Group at Harrisburg University.
Rohit holds a Master of Science degree in Engineering from University of Arizona where he studied with full academic fellowship, and a Bachelor's in Technology degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Varanasi. Rohit serves on the Board of Directors for iControl, a leading payment processor for Retail industry. He is a Lifetime Member of the Bitcoin Foundation since 2013.
Rohit has been on the bleeding edge of C-Suite Advisory around Blockchain, ICO's, Data Management and Cloud Adoption. Throughout his career Rohit has enjoyed IT architecture work around contemporary IT technologies. He continues his passion as a hands on / certified architect in several of the emerging Blockchain Protocols since 2013, and growing Elevondata.com and Chainworks.com as a founder via Big Data / Cloud Analytics / RPA / Blockchain development. He is the Chief Blockchain Officer for Lucidexchange.io and Blockchain Advisor at Thought.Live, and advisor to the CEO of Loyakk.io. Prior to founding Elevondata, he was Oracle’s global product strategist and also led its North American BI/Technology consulting practice.
Dr. Mrunalini Pattarkine has a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the Indian Institute of Technology and has extensive experience in biochemistry, biotechnology, and nanobiotechnology. She has worked on membranes, proteins, lipids, DNA diagnostics (gene therapy, DNA chips), and protein immobilization for developing them as nanobiotechnological material. She has experience with bioanalytical techniques for establishing structure-function relationships for macromolecules (proteins, nucleic acids). She has also worked with liposomes and reverse micelles as membrane mimetic systems. She has conducted research in environmental biotechnology project related to uranium bioremediation. She has been a recipient of Pennsylvania’s Keystone Innovative Zone Grant for research on development of a hand-held biosensor for the detection of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
Dr. Eric Darr was named President of Harrisburg University by the Board of Trustees effective May 9, 2013. He previously served as interim president since July 1, 2012. Under Dr. Darr’s leadership, the University expanded to include a Philadelphia location, welcomed the largest class of new students in its history, launched new graduate and undergraduate degree programs, secured grants and scholarship support, opened new housing for its students and began construction on a third housing project for students.
Visionary leader with expertise in bringing together diverse groups to innovatively address challenging issues. Exceptionally adept at building and leading diverse teams to solve technically complex problems. Over 15 years of experience teaching and directing computer science and information technology courses at the university level. Extensive background in developing curricula for computer science, information technology and cyber operations. Recognized expertise in engineering accreditation (ABET) and continuous improvement processes. Active TS clearance.
Mr. Grossman is has led several high profile R&D groups in the audio and media industries and has experience with embedded systems design. Mr. Grossman has a BS Electrical Engineering from California State University at San Francisco.
As the Executive Director of the Center for Advanced Entertainment and Learning Technologies at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, Charles Palmer oversees the design and development of ventures in new and emerging technologies, serves as the Program Lead for the undergraduate Interactive Media program, is an adviser to the Learning Technology Masters of Science program, coordinates the High School Gaming Academy, and mentors students on research projects in the fields of augmented and virtual reality, mobile computing, web application development, video production, desktop manufacturing (3d printing), motion graphics and interactive games.
As a technologist, author and international speaker, Professor Palmer lectures on virtual reality, 3d printing, gamification, and simulations linking learning and research to practical outcomes.
As Creative Director, Scott Boggs has spent his 20 years in the branding and advertising space solving problems simply and beautifully. Whether guiding brands with household names, directing multidisciplinary teams, or enabling creative expression across traditional and digital channels, the goal remains the same: make it simple, make it smart, make it sing.
Jena Binderup is a technical writer, marketing professional, and creative with 10 years of experience specializing in developing targeted communications, marketing strategies and technical storylines for complex technologies in emerging industries including cryptocurrency and fintech, computers and engineering, law, healthcare, telecommunications, and military and defense/law enforcement. She has consulted for government and private sectors. Binderup is skilled in public speaking and sales; client acquisition and retention; and highly tailored communications. Binderup holds a BA in International Relations from Goucher College and is certified to teach English to speakers of other languages.
Androklis Polymenis, is a crypto-currency entrepreneur, founder of UbiCrypt and CryptXO companies. He studied Computer Science in the Positive Sciences Department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. His previous professional career included working for well-known IT companies (like Intracom and Compucon), but also as a teaching professor in educational institutions. Additionally, his avocation with crypto-currencies allowed him to make important donations to foundations whose studies are related to one of his greatest passions, that of singularity: https://www.singularityweblog.com/androklis-polymenis-donates-1-million-nxt-to-alcor/
Dr Rob Furey earned his doctorate at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in Life Sciences program with a specialization in ethology. His work was centered around social aspects of spider behavior, but his interests have broadened to include areas of astronomy, physics, geology and forensics. Before coming to Harrisburg University Dr Furey has been associate professor of behavioral science at the Université Henri Poincaré, Vandouvre les Nancy, France, visiting European researcher at the Free University of Brussels, and assistant professor in New Century College at George Mason University. Dr Furey won numerous awards for innovative teaching from both academic and business groups, and was invited to present a broad integrated science course to a pedagogy group at NASA Ames. He has been working closely with the Dauphin County Coroner’s office as a sworn deputy since January 1, 2006. His current position in Integrative Sciences at Harrisburg University is well suited to his interests and teaching style. Complimentary activities include director of the environmental education center at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, guide and science advisor to a Partridge Films film crew in Equatorial West Africa and a regular science column in Aeon Magazine. More recently has begun working with partner universities in Brazil and India, establishing university partnerships and student exchange programs. He, along with a publisher and a film producer, launched an online magazine with the goal of bringing more science back into science fiction.