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

SMART Knowledge Portals as New Instruments of Investigation – for lifelong learning and education

Why is it so rare for me to be understood and believed? Why do more people like my poetry than the potential of my software? When will my idea of Smart Knowledge Portals see the light of day? In a … Continue reading

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GOOD NEWS: Winning an iPad and Coaching @ IBM

Who would have thought that CyberHeaven has a gift for me? Well, I got the phone call, when I was in Germany: You’ve won an iPad to celebrate 30 years of Conferencing by the Management Forum.  An email confirmed it … Continue reading

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INSTEAD of PROSE: Software-Aided Thinking finds many Expressions

I’ve been practising ‘software-aided thinking’, ever since I began to write Word  ‘tables’ such as this one: Dialectical Single-Disciplinary Thinking Merging Domains of Thought Number Theory + Arithmetic = Mathematics Geometry + Algebra = Linear Measuring = Chemistry, Technology Nuclear- … Continue reading

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WOMEN in DATA @ the ODI: Big Brother is still watching but…

Women in Data is one of the many Meetup groups I joined. Their first event took place at the Open Data Institute with two magnificent presentations: Jeni Tennison, the Technical Director of the Open Data Institute showed us how the … Continue reading

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IRONS in the Funding Fire – the Constant Process of Refinement and Wonderment

Innocentive is an interesting platform that brings together problem seekers with problem solvers. I’m currently working on the challenge presented by NASA: to measure intracranial pressure on ground and in flight. Hence I am suggesting to use my software to compare … Continue reading

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I’VE TURNED the Mathematical Curse of Dimensionality into the Software Solution of Layering Complex Data

When I started my odyssey of ‘re-visiting mathematics through the eyes of a mature programmer’, I used Microsoft Encarta as a reference library. It did not contain the words ‘dimensional’ or ‘dimensionality’. Wikipedia, however, which has given us an unsurpassed … Continue reading

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LET’S SPEAK Business Language

What a ‘valley of death’ or ‘cultural gap’ between the academic and the business world! And thus I tried to say it in business speak on this site. I guess the Universe wants me to do more in my social life … Continue reading

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