CueMemories Storage and Retrieval Service Replicates Human Memory

EDINBURGH, Scotland, October 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ –

Edinburgh-based company 6S Ltd have launched CueMemories, the first and only web service to store and retrieve digital media by replicating the simple and effective functions of the human brain.

This unique patented technology is based on episodic memory – the memory which stores personal experiences – and negates the need for the time-consuming process of semantic tagging we are used to applying to digital content.

CueMemories users join private groups based on friendships, families or important social gatherings such as weddings, big birthdays and bar mitzvahs. Group members share a common past, which the system uses to reference content without the need for laborious descriptive tags.

Real social groups interact with one another through shared knowledge and experience. CueMemories recreates this completely natural and human system online, making it the ultimate application for rich and collaborative digital storage and retrieval.

The application uses a brand new patented tagging process known as Cues. Group members need only add their content and tag it with any or all of the three contextual markers, time, people and event type – descriptive tags are redundant thanks to the group’s shared autobiography.

CueMemories is currently available as a free basic plan, as a subscriber service with unrestricted uploads or as a one-off subscription package for special events or occasions.

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