This is the
Tensky Security Initiative;
"Ethical Design and Automated Security for Human Clients"
Tensky, as a word,
is an “anagram” of the infamous
from the Terminator film series.
Tensky supports the creation and use of ethical standards for human-robot interactions, with particular attention to the physical security and safety of humans.
Tensky, is the child organization of the “Citizen’s Council For Robotic Safety and Public Security,” a 501(c)(3), chartered to promote the creation and adoption of ethical standards for human-robot relations, in conjunction with the development of automated security systems capable of physically arresting criminals.
Proposed flight path, net-drone
The Tensky project hopes to attract software engineers who are up to date with current GPU/Machine Learning technology, and who would like to be involved in this project as a career, avocation, or act of public service.
The ideas that this enterprise is based on have been reviewed by a small group of respected figures in the Denver area "startup" community and found to have merit.
This is a very exciting project. We need to attract a person or group of people who can look at this problem and instantly become filled with ideas about how they can make this work.
Clearly stated: This application requires that we find people who believe that they can teach a GPU in an aerial drone, to quickly and decisively spin a net around a school shooter.
These ideas will also help lead to the creation of a new, and important, automated human services industry that includes human-controlled, non-lethal robotic security that can capture a “bad guy,” without hurting them much.
Can you teach a drone to spin a net around a school shooter?
Drones and nets may not be the answer; but it certainly seems a reasonable place to start.
• Today, we have access to microchips that can absolutely lock on to a human target, and using machine learning, navigate an aerial drone to spin a net around that person, automatically and decisively.
• The trick, however, is that very few people currently understand how to do this type of programing.
• The two key design elements are:
1. Human: This system is video-link controlled by remote human operators.
2. Automation: When engaged, the net-drones are fully automated. If the video link is activated the remote human operators can then make a timely assessment of the emergency situation and then decide to deploy, or not deploy the automated human-capture routine.
• An important element to note is that each protected space will be equipped with four drones.
We are reaching out to recently graduated engineers or graduate students that have current knowledge of Machine Vision and who want to work with aerial drones. We are looking for people who have a positive vision about the future, and want to be in control of their destiny.