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ofaith.gtt
Aug 28, 2022
In ONN News
By: Ge Hong After Genetectic's data breach of last week, GTT has been doing what they can to allay fears of leaked patient info, and strengthen cybersecurity in the midst of an New Geneva audit. Dr. Ophelia Faith, CEO of GTT, had released this statement. "As CEO, these thefts occurred during my tenure, and I want to sincerely apologize to each and every one of our patients,” she told ONN. "This attack has been a serious breach of trust all around." “Unfortunately, while all our measures helped Genetectic and NSI successfully defend against the attacks by decckers, They still had managed to intruded on our systems and stole our patient files.” "even “robust” defenses are not enough to defend against all attacks..the fight with hackers can often be an “arms race.” "These were highly complex and sophisticated attacks on GTT’s systems, A really aggressive pursuit of these deckers is needed to discourage future efforts. GTT is working closely with cybersec experts to determine the best ways to strengthen our security efforts, We are taking bids from security firms, and will make sure we meet all requirements of New Geneva's audit. This is the first time, and this will be the last time a breach such as this, will ever happen....ever. " As previously stated, the breach only accessed partial directories, but that has been plenty to concern the medical and biotech giant. Access to the hospital network , as well as the labs in Luna have fallen under tighter restrictions. The release of Rep2.0, the latest GTT Replicant generation has been delayed. Though health and Trauma Team services have largely been uninterrupted. -This has been Ge Hong, ONN News.
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ofaith.gtt
Aug 13, 2022
In ONN News
Aug 10, 2492, 9:05 PM By Jean Baptiste Van Helmont| Orbital News Network Recent posts on Social.net with the hashtag, gtt, have shown pictures of the latest roduct from the Biotech corporation, A new line of replicants, 2.0. Not much yet is known of new features, though CEO Dr. Ophelia Faith has posted that there will be 'more customization' and 'genetic variation'. ONN reached out to Dr. Faith for more details: //Vid begins: Ophelia Faith, chemstick between lips, shades up. "What don't you get? genetic variation, genetic diversity! maybe it's not your fault, maybe your family never experienced that. Many lines of traditional replicants have some variation, hair color, skin color, in more extreme cases, heightened muscle mass or enhanced senses. But essentially their genetic template is based on a particular strain, sometimes based off the original creator, at least the narcissistic ones, just modified for the desired traits. Rep2.0 does not. The genetic template is a blank slate. Not only does this allow for easier editing of the sDNA, but better adaptability, resilience to disease, you can essentially make the replicant however you need. And with new genetic templates, the options are numerous. One of my biotechs is even researching known historical figures to base an educational line off of. " She blinks, "What? reproduce? of course they can't! don't be disgusting." //Vid ends So there you have it from the CEO, GTT Rep2.0, will it be the next big thing since replicants came on the scene years ago, or will it be a total flop like Start-tec's 'My Elven Bioroid Waifu' line? We will see when the first models are released. This has been Jean Baptiste Van Helmont, with ONN News.
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ofaith.gtt
Jun 01, 2022
In PublicNET
//Original Writer: Thee RippFadar// Definition: A replicant is an artificial human, created in a lab, based off specifications and grown with synthetic DNA. They are mass produced in factories, or custom made in a lab. Replicants have been created to be soldiers, security, entertainers, joy toys, models, athletes, or to supplement a corporation's workforce, among other things. History: Replicants were originally developed by Parasol Corporation (See: Parasol, currently dissolved), a defunct biogenics corporation, to compete with the synths and drones currently on the market. Early replicants were based on cloning techniques. Cloning has been popular in the medical and life insurance industries, but as clones are basically human, were not popular in the private or corporate market as a workforce. The development of SDNA, a synthetic substitute for regular DNA, brought the development of the first replicants. Early replicants were very robotic in their personalities, Imperfections in the DNA used to design the SDNA causing the first few generations to be albino. Genetectic, a large biotech and medical corporation founded in Cocoon, developed new innovations in their replicants, with the creation of a 'Genetic Template', essentially a blueprint and instructions for the SDNA to arrange it for a variety of hair and eye colors, body types, skeletal structure, and more. the template allowed the time required to create a replicant to be halved, as well as what was essentially a 'drag and drop' system of customization. Now replicants can have a multitude of hair, skin and eye colors, body types, musculature, vascular capacity, and more. GTT has since become one of the largest manufacturers of replicants in the solar system. Creation: Grown from synthetic DNA, SDNA they are less expensive than a clone, and more versatile. A replicant can be created based on pre-requisites of the client, depending on their purpose. The Synthetic DNA constructs are designed and manipulated using computer-aided design software. The designed SDNA is then divided into synthesizable pieces (synthons) up to 1–1.5 kbp. The synthons are then broken up into overlapping single-stranded oligonucleotide sequences and chemically synthesized along a genetic template. the genetic template arranges the synthons into the sequences for genetic expressions such as eye and hair color, skin color, facial and skeletal structure, blood type (Most Replicants produced by GTT are type O-), etc. With some custom jobs designed with thicker bones, increased lung capacity, for example The resultant constructs are then submerged in a chemonutrient solution and stimulated. Within a given time, the newly created replicant emerges from the solution, is cleaned up, Neural inhibitors implanted per NG regulations, as well as a neuralnet, and any required chip slots, and they are then put into a virtual imprinting unit, where they are imprinted with the skills and personality matrix they would need for their intended purpose. After this, the replicant is placed in stasis until delivery. Per NG regulations, all legal replicants created have a serial number assigned to them, usually composed of the manufacturer/maker, location of their 'birth' , a score assigned for physical and mental development of A to B, and a five digit identification number unique to the replicant. Mass produced models will often have it tattooed in a visible location, such as an arm. Commissioned models will have theirs behind an eyelid, under the tongue, or even tattooed on individual cells. Utilization: Most replicants are mass produced, such as the RNU Hiro line, utilized in many fast food stands, or the GTT Atlas line, utilised as security and bouncers, or the Ceres line of models utilized in many dollhouses and strip clubs. Independent clients can also order a custom replicant, usually higher ranking corporate execs looking for a specialized bodyguard, or 'companion'. Replicants can also be commissioned based on the client's body, or idealized body, for resleeving. In a collaboration with Heaven,the clients personality engram can be downloaded into the replicant, becoming a new body, much like clones, generally in the case of the client's death, though some opt for early resleeving due to Body dysmorphia, gender transitioning, terminal illness, for example. Current facts: While never fully replacing Synths and robotics in the market, Replicants have become popular with many in particular industries, as well as personal buyers in the upper class. GTT has even branched into creating some lines of replicants based on ancient household pets, such as cats, or dogs., though there is some question as to the accuracy of the genetic template based on an extinct animal, with no living sample available. Legality:Replicants are not legally considered human, and are subject to similar regulations as a synth. While replicated organs are treated much like 'natural' organs, all fully developed humanoid replicants must be registered, and have a visible registration number on their bodies, to an owner, whether an individual, or a corporation. Replicants must also have a neural inhibitor implant at the time of manufacture. This modifies the replicant's behaviors, preventing thoughts of hostility, or rebellion against their owners and humanity, and encouraging obedience. Some less scrupulous ripper docs have made a career of removing these implants in rogue replicants, if the replicant can pay their fees. Executives who have opted for resleeving have worked their way around this, by simply registering their new body to themselves. Often also paying more in the traditional bribes, or donations, to bypass the requirement for a neural inhibitor. //SolWiki Article last edited 05/31/2491 by Dr. Malfeance//
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ofaith.gtt
Mar 27, 2022
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Birthdate: [REDACTED] Born O. Ophelia Faith Birthplace: [REDACTED] Parents: Dr. Ann Faith Dr. Ophelia Faith is the CEO and founder of Genetectic. Reclusive for years, she had come back out into the public eye to help stop Black Tenet. Biography Early life Born in [REDACTED] in [REDACTED] to Dr. Ann Faith, former director of THIRes and THIMed, Tokhuma's R&D and medical branches, Ophelia grew up in a corporate environment, though little s known of her childhood, she has been quoted as saying she was born into the corporate life. Education and Career Graduating from the University of New London in [REDACTED], Ophelia received multiple degrees: Cybersurgery, Medical Engineering, Genetics and Organic Chemistry, Cybernetic Engineering, Programming, and Doctor of Medicine. Started at THI in 2471 in the THIMed (Medical) before moving on to THIRes (R&D) in Wayfar. Career accomplishments include the development of a resilient but flexible carbon nanoweave dermal plating, and improved DNA based organic data storage. Ran a small, non-profit clinic in [REDACTED] Aborted career in politics when she ran for post of City Representative in [REDACTED] Toured multiple combat zones as a combat medic attached to various merc groups, A pacifist, she was known for also treating the opposition as well as her comrades in arms. Started at Morpheus Group Management in 2485 as in-house medical staff. Started a small clinic in Cocoon, within what was once Sector One. Aquired a cloning facility in Cocoon's industrial district, founding Genetectic. Originally focused on cloning processes, GTT developed new techniques in replication, creating cheaper, more versatile, and customizeable replicants than it's competition. in 2486, Genetectic absorbed Clinic 1, and branched into the medical industry. Since it's founding, Genetectic now covers Medical services, first response rescue and aid services, cloning, replicant design and production, resleeving services (via a deal with Heavens engrams), designer mutations, and in collaboration with Food King, Nutritional design. Dr. Faith currently holds the title of CEO and Founder of the corporation. Philosophical and/or political views Dr. Faith has a known advocate for universal equal rights for replicants, mutants and synthetics. As well as the rights and protections of augmented and cybernetic people. She’s founded Pheonix Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on pushing for equal rights for 'All Humanity's branches, even the artificial ones" as well as homeless shelters, and low cost cybernetic augments for those in poverty. She has waived all medical and Trauma Team fees for victims of the Jerico disaster. She largely has kept quiet on her personal views of New Geneva, though she pushes against many of their edicts pertaining to the rights of mutants and artificials, as well as biotech restrictions. Total Net Worth Dr. Faith reported a total personal net worth of 65 Trillion CR to Solbank for taxation purposes in 2491, with an Insured Value of 29 Billion CR. Dr. Faith sits on the Board of Directors for Genetectic Corporation, and has additional investments in MGM, Matsumoto, Food King, Heaven, New Geneva. She owns real estate on Cocoon Station, Luna, Nuevo Mexico, The Gulf of Arizona in coprorate zone R66-Y, and her ancestral home in Faith Manor. Published works She has written numerous papers on DNA based data storage, enhanced organic computation, procedures for procedural terraforming, the risks of swarm conciousness in replicants, and treatment of Acute Neuro Rejection Syndrome, an advanced form of Cyber-rejection. "Make Humanity Better" was one of the the top best sellers in 2489 Honours, decorations, awards and distinctions Received the medal of dedication from Militaco Mercenary Solutions for andvancing into enemy territory to treat a soldier. Has been nominated for various awards, Including the "Eld Award for Outstanding Service" for her work in THI on advanced dermal plating, the "Person of the Year" for her non-profit work treating the impovershed in [REDACTED], and the "Genya Oshimoshu Award for Distinctive Excellence" for her work in longer lived replicants. She has never responded to accept any. Augmentation Publically known augments, cybernetic and Biotech: cranial processors, organic boosted neurotransmitters, an advanced Kurgan model nerualnet, Bio-Reinforced skeletal system, Optimized circulatory system, 'NoZZ' sleep aid gland, eyes from Kiroshi Optics, Cosmetic fangs :See Cross Reference; Faith Family//Faith,Sergei//Faith,Katherine//Faith,Ann//REDACTED//Wayfar//THIRes/Med//Battle of Minos-2>>Merc Group 12
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