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Ether-based A Is developed to search, collect and collate information from various public networks. Due to security concerns and a general fears about A Is in general, strict laws on the capacity of F Ad Aps were passed.
General Features of F Ad Aps
F Ad Aps are actually marvels of programming. The best of them can transverse numerous types of networks, adapt themselves to various operating systems and architectures by ingenious means of self-adaption. While early F Ad Aps were usually strictly limited, abuse was natural, and on many occasions high-security and private networks were penetrated.
F Ad Aps don’t necessarily have to be the most intelligent A Is. In fact, a key trait of any successful “species” of F Ad Aps is a relatively small footprint, thus allowing for faster access to networks.
During the reign of Quanna Dabrian II, a particularly self-adaptive species of F Ad Aps was developed by at Klister University. This species soon began evolve at a rapid rate, able to pierce everything from portable wrist-worn [Migar Comm](/macropedia/migar-comm) computers to interstellar vessels. It was never truly brought under control, and has propogated itself on the Ether ever since.
Finally, the Imperial Congress passed a series of laws banning highly-adaptive F Ad Aps, forcing programmers to put programmed signatures on all F Ad Aps and instituting an entire department to monitoring F Ad Aps. Naturally, this has not prevented abuse. Security companies, and even government-based agencies, regularly flaunt the rules.
- First Expanse
- Hundred Bloody Days
- Imperial Congress
- Imprinted Personality
- Klister University
- [Migar Comm](/macropedia/migar-comm)
- Quanna Dabrian II