I have been using the Brain for years now. I have one Brain in particular I'm trying to turn into an effective resource for supporting corporate risk management decisions around climate change issues. I'm basically trying to use it as a key consulting resource with senior executives. Currently at 5GB and about 12,000 thoughts, it's a pretty good sized Brain.
I've also just been asked to build a new Brain for an international agency client that will submit the Brain as a deliverable to the G20 to help stimulate thinking about how to leverage private capital for economic development around the world. So it’s a big opportunity to build the audience for brain software.
In both cases it occurs to me that it would be very useful to get insight from Brain experts, including ideas about how to do things better in the Brain, and aspects of the Brain we may be missing entirely. Which leads me to two questions: 1) Does the Brain team ever work with users to help commercialize Brains that could really help advance public knowledge of the software? and 2) Has the Brain team ever helped organize online meetings for such a purpose, where Brain users can attend if they want to discuss and comment? Much more advanced and applied than the standard Brain webinars. If I were to organize such a meeting, would anyone show up?
Anyway, I wanted to see what interest there might be in either of these options. I’d also be curious to know whether you know of anyone trying to use the Brain with some kind of AI interface that automatically populates the Brain with relevant information.