Hitoshi Kokumai

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Quest for Global Ubiquity

 

We wish to make our Expanded Password System solutions readily available to all the global citizens: rich and poor, young and old, healthy and disabled, literate and illiterate, in peace and in disaster.

For achieving such global ubiquity, we will need more and more research into such diverse disciplines as psychology, sociology, behavioural economics and brain science in addition to cryptography, safe coding and other security technologies.

I would welcome your shout if you happen to know researchers who may be interested to include the issue of ‘identity assurance by our own VOLITION and MEMORY’ in their study subjects or if you yourself are interested to join us.

We will shortly launch the global operation of promoting Expanded Password System from our headquarters set up in UK and this research program, which should naturally be international, is to play a significant role in it.

Linked is my article posted 6 years ago, which might indicate an aspect of what we have in mind.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/password-bcibmi-brain-computermachine-interface-hitoshi-kokumai Quest for Global Ubiquity

Having been talking for some time about the headquarters to be set up for global operations of Expanded Password System (EPS), we have now chosen UK as the venue in view of its reputed R&D infrastructure.

We are putting together diverse brains from multiple disciplines - psychology, sociology, behavioral economics as well as tamper-proof programming, cryptography and other security-intelligence technologies in the common language in view of our mission of globally promoting identity assurance by our own volition and memory for secure digital identity in post-pandemic cyberspace,

The aim of our enterprise is to make EPS solutions readily available to all the global citizens: rich and poor, young and old, healthy and disabled, literate and illiterate, in peace and in disasters.

Here is a summary and brief history of Expanded Password System since 2000 when I first thought of making use of our episodic image memory for identity authentication. Key references are mentioned in it.


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