When a design is locked in, there's no easy way to change it. The Big Brain's design is versatile and flexible, made for evolutionary change. One of the supporting features implemented is Acceptance Mode.
Acceptance Mode makes it possible for the Brain to configure and reconfigure, while accepting a new design, change in design, update, add-on, host, or upgrade. What makes this mode possible? Its wires can change with solderless breadboards that are ideal for reworking wiring and recycling designs, and for evolving systems. The mode can be negated with hard wiring, soldered connections, and the use of pre-established boards and modules. Acceptance Mode also applies to software. Software code can be wired and rewired, and made changeable or non-changeable.
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Acceptance Mode - the ability of the Big Brain to configure and reconfigure, while accepting a new design, change in design, update, add-on, host, or upgrade.