Stanford Knowledge Integration Laboratory is the Lab. I started and
ran at Stanford University '78 -'88. It is now a nonprofit foundation.
      Activities at Lab.             Mission of Foundation

   To understand the causes and cures of temporal blindness
       and thus create cognition based solutions to global problems.

  a) Gathering, processing, and giving meaning to information
       shapes personal behavior.
  b) The collection of 6 billion sets of personal behavior
    shape social destinations.
  c) Some thought processes are nurtured.
  d) Therefore, alternative nurture may develop thought
    processes, that reject currently acceptable behavior
    and create different global conditions.

Research focus:
       the development of temporal inference cognitive abilities.

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