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Build the largest real time chat system ever built. Learn Machine Hardware assembler and C

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Collegiate Independent Study

Collegiate Independent Study
A free university education for those willing to work for it.

You will be part of a team building a highly secure intelligent chat system that will serve textbook content and challenge learners to prove and defend what they have learned with intelligent robots. We have teams developing software and knowledge bases that contain real human knowledge the way humans understand. This knowledge base will support robots that follow human inductive and deductive processes to examine learners and explain when they are lacking in understanding. All code will be inter-compiled to assembler and then optimized to perform securely and efficiently.

Expect to take a month or more getting up to speed and a year or more to get good. If you are ready for a high commitment challenge, we need you.

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About Collegiate Independent Study


34 Isabelle Point Drive, Port Isabel, TX 78578, US

Mission Statement

Collegiate Independent Study Association is organized to promote quality documentation and support of independent study learners.


We evaluate open courseware and provide methods of documentation of study of opencourseware and collegiate materials outside of a college or university.

We improve the availability and structure of independent study learning. We insure that evidence of independent study accomplishment is suitable for employers and for further education.

Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Math / Science Instruction
  • English as a Secondary Language (ESL)
  • Adult Education
  • Security / Network Administration
  • Analytics
  • STEM




  • Must be at least 21
  • 10 hours per week or more. If this is too much for you, we have other opportunities, please apply to them.
  • Must have a computer to work on. Wireless devices will not work for this project. Good quality broadband connection preferred . If you do not have these requirements, we have other opportunities, please apply to them.

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