Autonomy Company Profile

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Autonomy is the acknowledged leader in the rapidly growing area of Meaning Based Computing (MBC). Founded in 1996 and utilizing a unique combination of technologies borne out of research at Cambridge University, the company has experienced a meteoric rise and currently has a market cap of $1.5 billion and offices worldwide. Autonomy's position as industry leader is widely recognized by analysts including Gartner Group, Forrester Research and Delphi, which calls Autonomy the fastest growing public company in the space. Autonomy's revenues are twice that of its nearest rival.


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News Articles [28 Associated News Articles listed on BioPortfolio]

Declaration of Geneva revisions highlight patient autonomy, physician well-being

The newly revised Declaration of Geneva, released in October, contains wording tweaks throughout but also entirely new clauses

Social Support of Autonomy Tied to Better Glycemic Control in DM

WEDNESDAY, April 18, 2018 -- Family and friends' autonomy support may lead to better glycemic control by reducing distress among patients with diabetes, according to a study published online March 29 ...

Could Artificial Intelligence Take the Art out of Medicine?

As health care becomes more complex, technological and data-driven, there’s a risk physicians will lose some of their autonomy -- Read more on

Creating New Worlds for People with Dementia

The fourth article in a series on dementia, this time focusing on how we can each create environments that support autonomy, independence, and quality of life for people living with dementia.

Assisted Suicide Is Not About Autonomy. It’s a Tragedy That We Shouldn’t Allow.

(USA Today) – In part the tragedy is a practical one: As suicide becomes increasingly mainstream and accepted, even celebrated, the number of people doing it will certainly rise, and the boundar...

Protecting People With Dementia From Harm

One of the greatest challenges in facilitating independence and autonomy for people living with dementia is the risk of physical harm. In this article, we discuss how to mitigate those risks.

Medicine, magic and morality

(Springer) Commercial organisations selling lethal weapons or addictive substances clearly exploit customers, damage third parties and undermine genuine autonomy. Purveyors of complementary and altern...

Beyond Efficacy: Applying a Reproductive Justice Framework to Contraceptive Counseling for Young People

A counseling approach that supports bodily autonomy, dignity, and agency of persons works toward ensuring reproductive justice.

PubMed Articles [125 Associated PubMed Articles listed on BioPortfolio]

The More, the Better? Curvilinear Effects of Job Autonomy on Well-Being From Vitamin Model and PE-Fit Theory Perspectives.

In organizational psychology research, autonomy is generally seen as a job resource with a monotone positive relationship with desired occupational outcomes such as well-being. However, both Warr's vi...

The Relationship between Autonomy and Adult Mental Capacity in the Law of England and Wales.

Judges in England and Wales tell three apparently contradictory stories about the relationship between autonomy and mental capacity. Sometimes, capacity is autonomy's gatekeeper: those with capacity a...

The role of observed autonomy support, reciprocity, and need satisfaction in adolescent disclosure about friends.

Although research increasingly addresses the role of parenting in fostering adolescent disclosure, most research relied on self-report measures of parenting and did not address the role of autonomy su...

A cross-sectional analysis of the effects of increased resident autonomy on practice patterns and patient satisfaction.

The appropriate balance between autonomy and supervision in graduate medical education remains an understudied question within dermatology. A recent survey of residents in a large academic dermatology...

Autonomy Support, Need Satisfaction, and Motivation for Support Among Adults With Intellectual Disability: Testing a Self-Determination Theory Model.

The tenets of self-determination theory as applied to support were tested with structural equation modelling for 186 people with ID with a mild to borderline level of functioning. The results showed t...

Clinical Trials [126 Associated Clinical Trials listed on BioPortfolio]

Blood Donor Competence, Autonomy and Relatedness Enhancement

The purpose of this study is to determine whether enhancing blood donor competence, autonomy, and/or relatedness increases intrinsic motivation to donate and improves donor retention.

Autonomy Among Physically Frail Older People in Nursing Homes

The purpose of this study is to assess the status of perceived autonomy and to evaluate the effectiveness of individually tailored programmes on perceived autonomy in physically frail olde...

Active Games: Increasing the Attractiveness of Active Video Game Play for Youth

The purpose of this study is to look at the effects of active video game play on youth physical activity.

Life From Vision in Alzheimer Disease

The VIVA study is focused on Alzheimer's disease patients with a low vision due to a bilateral cataract. The aim is to study cataract surgery results on patients' autonomy, behaviour, and ...

Cognitive Remediation Program for Hospitalized in the Long Term Patients With Deficit Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a chronic disease with deficit in social interaction and lost of autonomy in daily life. Negative symptoms as blunted affect, avolition, social deficit and anhedonia and c...

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Autonomy is the acknowledged leader in the rapidly growing area of Meaning Based Computing (MBC). Founded in 1996 and utilizing a unique combination of technologies borne out of research at Cambridge ...

Autonomy, Inc.

Autonomy is the acknowledged leader in the rapidly growing area of Meaning Based Computing (MBC). Founded in 1996 and utilizing a unique combination of technologies borne out of research at Cambridge ...

Autonomy Corporation plc

Autonomy Corporation plc (LSE: AU. or AU.L), a global leader in infrastructure software for the enterprise, spearheads the Meaning Based Computing movement. IDC recently recognized Autonomy as having ...

Cambridge Endo

Cambridge Endo is a privately held medical device company that designs, develops and manufactures innovative articulating laparoscopic instruments. The Autonomy(TM) Lapro-Angle(TM) product line is...

First Conferences

Launched in June 1990 in London, First Conferences Ltd [FC] quickly grew to become a significant player in the global events market.Our policy of encouraging entrepreneurship and offering high levels ...

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