Author Archives: Sabine Kurjo McNeill

About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space

2D Images as Objects in ‘visual and metric 3D’: our Smart Knowledge Engine in Action

For the moment, we re-visualised images above and beyond what our previous prototype produced. The significance is pretty fundamental, in terms of #DeepThinking about time, space and measuring. At CERN, the European Centre for Nuclear Research in Geneva, where I … Continue reading

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With #3DMetrics #3dM to Driving a #SmartKnowledge Engine behind Open Data Portals

I’ve ignored this blog for a long time, as I updated 3d-metrics.me Now I’ve got a team with whom to put my prototype software online and a whole re-configuration of deep thinking and web rationalisation is taking place. As a … Continue reading

Posted in Data, Dimensionality, Education, Image Analysis, Insights, Intelligence, Knowledge, Open Data, Smart Knowledge, Understanding, Websites | Leave a comment

TOWARDS an Equitable Society: balancing left- and right-brain activities

As a former software diagnostician in CERN, I am used to being in the 12% minority that Chi Onwurah MP highlighted in her keynote speech at Women Shift Digital. But after (male) doctors, instead of admitting they can’t help me, … Continue reading

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EMBRACING the Digital Economy with the arms of BCS + CMA + ICT

This event followed the one of its kind last year which I thoroughly enjoyed. It covered the kinds of themes I’m interested in and thus was an excellent way of taking ‘the pulse of our interesting times’, e.g. asking for … Continue reading

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GENERIC NUMERICAL METADATA for Meta Views of Big Business and Very Big Science Data

Mashing up the best of the best seems to be the challenge of our time. Yesterday I met Charles Brewer who is remarkably likeminded in terms of ‘where we are at’ and ‘where we need to go’, as humanity evolves … Continue reading

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IDENTIFYING and Counting Cancer Cells with my Theory => Code rather than Volunteers

The magic of networking was working again: it took the invitation to  celebrate 50 years of computing @ CERN to discover this Cancer Research UK project: computer volunteers are invited to identify and count cancer cells. My Technical Expert Nelson … Continue reading

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WE SHOULD all be Eternal Start-Ups: IC Tomorrow at NESTA – for competition finalists in Education

Yesterday I saw 12 finalists competing for £40K of ICTomorrow at NESTA. I had ‘failed’ and wanted to learn what the potential winners had to offer. When I introduced myself as an ‘eternal Start-Up’ to another of the very few … Continue reading

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