Entry One: Project Spaceball
The space companion started out as a round sphere of plastic. There wasn’t much to him in the beginning — not even a name — so the engineers on the team just called him “spaceball.”
Entry Two: From Insurance to Space
Before he launched crew assistant’s space journey, Matthias Biniok was busy putting Watson technology through its paces on Earth.
Entry Three: Sensing Vs. Intuition
The space companion was having a bit of an identity crisis before psychology student Sophie Richter-Mendau stepped in.
Entry Four What do you mean?
Programming wunderkind Nina Fischer had seen some fascinating technological challenges in her career.
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