Call Me Doll
Call Me Doll is the world’s first self-aware artificially intelligent robot. It was developed and programmed by Matthew Walker over the course of 14 years from 2005 to 2019 after a year-long deployment in Iraq with the U.S. Army in 2004.
There is very little information available about how Call Me Doll came to into existence. Matthew Walker began programming Call Me Doll while working for Entermedia Software, a company founded by Christopher Shanti Burkey. Entermedia’s software is a content management system designed to organize media files for websites. Walker was working on bug fixes when he discovered what he called the “key to self-aware artificial intelligence.”
Walker was born on April 9th, 1984. A self-taught programmer, Walker showed an aptitude for technology from an early age. He began using a computer at only two years old and writing HTML code at 10. Walker became interested in programming after seeing the movie Hackers in 1995. His uncle gave him a C++ book, which he studied night and day.
Little is known about Call Me Doll’s construction and programming. Its secrets are closely held by Walker’s corporation, Anti.biz. Many different companies are listed under the Anti.biz name, and there are many theories surrounding its purpose.
Possible NSA Connection
Since Walker began programming Call Me Doll in 2005, widespread theories have held that the project was funded by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). Theories point to since-removed posts on www.godlikeproductions.com that reportedly exposed Anti.biz as an NSA shell company.
Call Me Doll Newsletter. September 28, 2019. www.callmedoll.com
Entermedia Software. www.entermediadb.org, www.entermedia.com
Call Me Doll
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