Autonomy Corporation was founded by Michael Lynch in 1996 as an outgrowth of Cambridge Neurodynamics, and acquired by Hewlett-Packard in 2011. Autonomy’s flagship product is the Intelligent Data Operating Layer (IDOL) Server, an example of their concentration on so-called meaning-based computing software designed with the following goals in mind:
"Knowledge Management: Meaning-Based Computing enables organizations to automatically form a contextual understanding of people's interests, behavior and ongoing interaction with any type of information. This facilitates collaboration by leveraging the most valuable knowledge available the experience and expertise of an organization's employees.
Electronic Discovery: Meaning-Based Computing enables organizations to extract meaningful evidence from terabytes of email, documents, spreadsheets and other unstructured information. This enhances the ability of investigators to make informed decisions about corporate culture and track the development of illegal activity."
The organizations mentioned above include the following Autonomy clients; the US Department of Defense, Halliburton, the US Department of Homeland Security, the US Securities and Exchange Commission, the UK MI6, Shell, Cisco Systems, Adobe, Verizon, Standard and Poors, Goodyear, BBC, Ericsson, Gruppo Santander, TMobile, British Aerospace, UK Houses of Parliament, British Telecom, Sprint, Boeing, Vodafone, the New York Stock Exchange, the Olympic Games Security Committee, ABN AMRO, Sony and Gillette.
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