Autonomy (Cambridge) said “YES” from 2004 to 2012


Autonomy (Cambridge) said “YES” from 2004 to 2012

They agreed to build this (from 2004) because they liked it and because their technology could do it

The last time they said yes to building it was in December 2012

The idea behind “projectbrainsaver / hightechheadhelper / TellYourPhone / HeadHelp.Me

The use of language independent Meaning Based Computing technology from HP Autonomy.com and other industry Standard, Best Quality, technology from companies such as Nuance, Voxeo, IBM, etc., coupled with voice biometrics, voice stress analysis and personal profiling to enable an individual to more accurately understand their own (or group’s) problems, needs, wants and desires and then help them find better answers, directions, connections, etc., in order to achieve the results needed for that individual’s (or group’s) benefit.”

It wasn’t just Autonomy that liked the idea

Representatives, and private individuals, from companies, groups and NGO’s as diverse as IBM, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Gwynedd County Council, Gaia Technologies, S.A.L.T. Bangor, Telstra, Conexant, 451 Group, UNICT Task Force, WSIS, ITU, Telecentre.org, Nuance, Neighbourhood Watch,

http://www.projectbrainsaver.com/companiesresearched

The police, Travellers, Craftspeople, computer programmers, network engineers, accountants, professors (in fact people from all walks of life)……….

I talked with people with memory problems, and their carers if they had one, or more

https://sites.google.com/a/projectbrainsaver.com/front/

I researched and read over 11,000 PDF files withing the first few years ( don’t know what the count is now)

 

£400,000+

That’s how much a trial will cost, or there abouts.

20,000 all putting in £20 crowd funding maybe – most of this is handed to Autonomy to configure and run the trial.

NOTE: ANYONE can hand Autonomy the money and have the trial up and running – Please do! It’s all built with off-the-shelf components. Decide your use, pull together your HL Scoping doc and get building! They know what to do.

I want this for disasters and for personal distress, you can have it for whatever you want it for.

IF ANY OF YOU ARE ALREADY RUNNING KIT LIKE THIS THAT DOES WHAT THE GRAPHIC SAYS PLEASE LET ME KNOW

I started looking at the need for this because of Rwanda 2002, Thomas Hamilton, Dunblaine, Columbine and my friends who committed suicide when everyone thought they were just ‘a bit down’… and for Shapelle Corby, for the Janice Sharps of this World, for Leonard Peltier and all original people and any and all fights between single individuals and governments, corporations etc., in fact any injustice or ‘head bang’ that needs sorting out sooner, rather than later

Web 10 – The helpful Web – in place by 2014/10

  • Global
  • Personal
  • local
  • regional
  • national
  • international
  • Call Centres
  • Data Centres
  • ISP’s
  • Telecom Providers
Contact Info
  • projectbrainsaver
  • The Cwm Consultancy
  • The Craft Marketing Company Ltd
  • Crofter Magazine
  • Unemployed
  • Self Employed
  • Long Term ‘Disability’
  • Excellent for lifelong learning
  • Personal high powered help system
  • Full understanding of ALL input for advanced memory help
  • TBL’s ‘Intelligent Web’
  • Language Independent
  • Personal ‘Baggage’ sorter (problems from the past)
  • Right’s Based
  • Holistic Health apps
  • World Repairing
  • New Universal (working for all people) monetary System
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • IVR
  • IBMWatson
  • Scaleable
  • Automatic taxonomy generation
  • Automatic infrastructure
  • Cognitive computing
  • personal Autonomy
Global

Personal

local

regional

national

international

Call Centres

Data Centres

ISP’s

Telecom Providers

projectbrainsaver

The Cwm Consultancy

The Craft Marketing Company Ltd

Crofter Magazine

Unemployed

Self Employed

Long Term ‘Disability’

Excellent for lifelong learning

Personal high powered help system

Full understanding of ALL input for advanced memory help

TBL’s ‘Intelligent Web’

Language Independent

Personal ‘Baggage’ sorter (problems from the past)

Right’s Based

Holistic Health apps

World Repairing

New Universal (working for all people) monetary System

TAGS

Artificial Intelligence

IVR

IBMWatson

Scaleable

Automatic taxonomy generation

Automatic infrastructure

Cognitive computing

personal Autonomy

 

how many phone pics /camera pics /videos have you got between you all – as far as that goes worldwide if you can – that say what you all feel? If you support any cause at all, whether it is Gary McKinnon, or Schapelle Corby or Peter Davy or Dale Farm … Wi


how many phone pics /camera pics /videos have you got between you all – as far as that goes worldwide if you can – that say what you all feel? If you support any cause at all, whether it is Gary McKinnon, or Schapelle Corby or Peter Davy or Dale Farm … With just a phone with a way to email your pics or vid or text you can get info out en masse just with an email click.

Because it is relevant to a newsworthy cause from participants in that fight it will become newsworthy

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when searching through Google reporters will try to zoom in on the newest relevant info – either in blogs or news – news is harder to get into but with a cause like yours now it can be done – world wide –

1st Get yourself an email account

Google is good as is Hotmail or GMX or…. You might even have one – google and msn have a lot of linked in sites that come with them so they are useful for that reason alone

Using a website like http://namechk.com/ Find an odd word or combination of words or strange made up word that you like – A short name is more difficult to have but better because not all sites accept long names. This gives you an avenue for all your data

So 1 person ends up with up to 159 accounts – some might be restricted – with the same name on each – or not. You can have any name you like on each

Set up a posterous account

Make your posterous account your main throwing in point for most of your data because http://posterous.com links to most of the accounts in the list allowing you to throw into it and it throws outwards in whatever format the site requires

Meaning 1 hit is up to 159 hits in a multitude of different formats

Which gets your message in front of a lot of journalists who are searching diligently for scraps of new information about your cause

USE KEY WORDS AND TAGS AND LINKS

Refuse this extradition | Duncan Campbell | Comment is free | The Guardian


Gary McKinnon and his mother, Janis Sharp Gary McKinnon with his mother, Janis Sharp, who has revealed details of his condition that may be germane to his extradition. Photograph: Linda Nylind for the Guardian

Extradition, extradition, extradition. The attention being paid to the attempts made by the Swedish government to extradite Julian Assange and what is happening to Bradley Manning in Virginia has inevitably obscured another battle being fought out behind the scenes, that of Gary McKinnon, the hacker with Asperger’s syndrome who left rude messages in the Pentagon’s computer system a decade ago.

Every member of both houses of parliament should by now have received a letter containing fresh details of McKinnon’s medical history and that of close members of his family. The decision to make public this intimate side of his life has been taken because McKinnon’s family now feel that there is a real possibility the government may bow to repeated requests from the United States and allow the extradition.

What MPs and members of the House of Lords will learn is that McKinnon’s mental problems were first noted back in 1983, when he was only 17. When he was diagnosed three years ago as suffering from Asperger’s syndrome, suggestions were made in some quarters that this was a convenient way for him to avoid being extradited. This new evidence – which will form part of a debate in the Lords, initiated by Lord Maginnis, on March 23 – gives the lie to that scepticism.

In the letter McKinnon’s mother, Janis Sharp, writes: “On 10 February 1983 we were compelled to take my son to see a neurologist because of our grave concerns regarding the sudden deterioration in Gary’s mental health and the loss of his intellectual faculties, leading us to fear that Gary may have a brain tumour.” She goes on to spell out the family’s painful medical history.

She had taken the decision to go public with the family’s many problems because she feels that MPs and members of the House of Lords need all the ammunition available as McKinnon runs out of legal options to fight extradition.

To her credit, Theresa May, the home secretary, stayed the extradition process once the coalition government took office. She is, according to the Home Office, “looking afresh” at the medical evidence, and is asking McKinnon to submit to a further examination – which he has agreed to, provided the examiner is an expert in Asperger’s syndrome.

May then has to make what may be a speedy decision as to whether allowing extradition would be a breach of McKinnon’s human rights. What politicians may want to digest is the assessment made by Professor Declan Murphy – an expert in Asperger’s and autism and a psychiatrist regularly used by the Home Office – that “[Gary] now has a fixed autistic-like idea, which is currently unshakable, that his best outcome is to take his own life”.

Thanks to WikiLeaks, it has emerged that Gordon Brown, when prime minister, approached the US ambassador in the UK, Louis Susman, on McKinnon’s behalf. Brown’s reasonable suggestion – that McKinnon would plead guilty to hacking offences but would serve any sentence in the UK – was then snubbed by a secretary of state who this week has been lecturing Middle Eastern countries on tolerance and humanity.

It is perfectly possible for the United Kingdom to refuse to grant an extradition request. Life will go on. Last July Switzerland refused an American request for the extradition of the film director Roman Polanksi, who was convicted of a far more serious crime than computer hacking, and so far Hillary Clinton has not instituted a no-fly zone over Geneva.

Coincidentally, this month the National Archives released official and previously censored documents about UFOs. It was McKinnon’s belief in the existence of UFOs that sent him on his weird and wonderful hacking mission through the computer systems of Nasa and the Pentagon. The Ministry of Defence documents show this was something that even quite senior government figures around the world were concerned about, although many “flying saucer” sightings have turned out to be pranks or misunderstandings.

When confidential government documents are released in 30 years, detailing discussions about a computer hacker with Asperger’s syndrome who did no harm beyond embarrassment to the American military, we must hope that future generations see that our ministers stood up for decency and common sense, and did not bow to demands for an ignoble extradition.