In the Know with Abstergo: 8 questions for one of the largest companies in the world

In an interview with one of the leading company in medical research SciTechMed magazine (STM) asked eight questions to help clear the fog about who Abstergo is and what they do.

STM:     So what does the name Abstergo mean?

Abstergo:     It means “I cleanse”

STM:     Why that name?

Abstergo:     Because with our products we hope to cleanse humanity of harmful diseases.

STM:     What is the Animus?

Abstergo:     The Animus allows people to relive their past by reading the persons genetic memory and projecting it on to a screen in three dimensions, it’s also used for research purposes as well as medical applications.

STM:     How does the Animus work?

Abstergo:     This is our most important company secret, which gives us an advantage in the tough competition of medical research.  We can say that the Animus reads the memories of the user’s ancestors embedded within the user’s DNA to create a fully immersive sensory experience in which that user can actually relive his or her ancestors’ memories.

STM:     How long does an Animus technician train for?

Abstergo:     It’s different for each person based on skill level and knowledge before applying. They can take anywhere between two weeks and two months to complete the training.

STM:     What applications does the Animus have on the medical world?

Abstergo:     It helps people overcome traumatic events and strengthens people with amyotrophy, a condition in which muscle tissue progressively wastes away. If you repeatedly do an action in the Animus your body will learn that movement and you will be able to perform that movement outside the Animus. Hopefully one day we can cure Alzheimer’s and paralysis with the Animus.

STM:     Besides medicine and lineage research, does Abstergo do anything else like environmental or green research?

Abstergo:     We have many divisions, such as bioinformatics, genetic engineering, future technology, space technology as well as environmental engineering.

STM:     What can we see from Abstergo in the future?

Abstergo:     Currently the Animus team is perfecting work on the Portable Animus.  We are also working on expanding our space, energy, and communications divisions with the pending launch of the EYE-ABSTERGO satellite.

Haylin Porter is one of the marketing officers at abstergo.org that works with statement releases and interviews like this one.  Thanks for the great work!

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16 thoughts on “In the Know with Abstergo: 8 questions for one of the largest companies in the world

  1. A very nice interview. The answer on helping with traumatic memories interested me since it reminded me of a project I did in a Basic Design class that was inspired by the Animus but more on the lines of…hypnotic therapy mixed with wondering what we cognitively remember and what we subconsciously repress or recall. I.E. someone recovering from PTSD or perhaps even DID and remembering the cause in order to help. Not forcefully, of course. I seem to have gone on tangent a bit, I apologize. I’m also interested in the phrasing of “perfecting our Portable Animus.” It intrigues me greatly in imagining what Abstergo is doing.

  2. Abstergo, I have a little question, with your hardware, it’s possible to take the DNA of a dead man, deploy it to another person and relive the ancestors’ memories of this dead man?

    • Thank you for your great question :)

      I don’t want to go into great detail just yet, but so far Abstrgo Laboratories has been able to project some images from some of the DNA from decayed bones, however they are not formulated or deconstructed to a good extent. Abstergo Entertainment may be on a lead as to how to develop a way of integrating the fixed DNA sequences into separate data mini-drives.

      Thank you for your question.

      Help us. Help you. Help the World.

      R4

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