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Advancing Human Intelligence

providing some additional support for the mission of a healthy mind for everyone

The Pardoe Foundation has a mission to support the advancement of human intelligence, from helping to remediate learning difficulties and mental health problems to adult education programmes and research on learning advancements.

This includes focus on a number of areas from learning difficulties such as dyslexia, various learning disabilities and mental health problems, adult educational and re-skilling support, and learning advancements including enhanced memory and cognitive capabilities.

Our founder is an leading expert in artificial intelligence, but wants to ensure as a human race we develop and strengthen our own human intelligence, becoming the best we possibly can. This is an important aspect of overall advancement of our intelligent capability, with humans and machines working together.

To learn more about our Founder, Dr Andy Pardoe please visit either Pardoe.AI or Pardoe.VC

 

Areas of Focus

Learning Difficulties and Disabilities, Adult Education and Learning Advancements

Learning Difficulties – Dyslexia

Our Founder suffered from dyslexia as a child and now wishes to support those children and adults who suffer from the same learning difficult.

Dyslexia is a common learning difficulty that can cause problems with reading, writing and spelling. It’s estimated up to 1 in every 10 people in the UK has some degree of dyslexia. Dyslexia is a lifelong problem that can present challenges on a daily basis, but support is available to help those with the problem be successful at school and work.

We support a number of dyslexia charities including;

  • The British Dyslexia Association
  • The Dyslexia Foundation
  • Dyslexia Action
  • Dyslexia Association

Learning Disabilities – Mental Health

The Pardoe Foundation supports a number of charities focused on mental health issues. Human intelligence is one of our most important gifts and providing support to those who suffer from learning disabilities is exceptionally important.

We support a number of mental health charities including;

  • Mind
  • Scope
  • Mencap
  • Brainwave

Adult Education

We believe it is never too late to learn a new skill and understand that with the advancement of machine intelligence the future of work is going to dramatically change, therefore we want to provide support for charities and organisations that focus on adult education and training to allow people to be better prepared for the changes advanced technologies will deliver.

Allowing people to re-skill and find more stable vocations is a key element of our mission.

The foundation has supported a number of initiatives that help with education, re-skilling and mobilisation around Artificial Intelligence and Data Science including get.into.AI and Vocation.AI.

 

Learning Advancements

The Pardoe Foundation is also interested in supporting Research activities into the advancement of human intelligence. We can no longer rely on the natural timeline of evolution to advance our human intelligence and need to find ways we can accelerate the development of the human mind. While this may seem to be a slightly controversial topic, the founder is convinced that this is the only way to ensure a collaboration between intelligent machines and humans longer term.

Forms of Support

Charities, Research Groups and exceptional Individual Support

Charities or Research Groups

If you are a charity or research group which has the same objectives as our foundation and we currently are not providing you with any support, please feel free to contact us with more information. We only have limited resources but rotate our support so that as many organisations working in this field will receive some level of support from us.

 

Individual Support

We rarely provide support to individuals directly and recommend that you speak with one of the charities that we support.

 

Charity of the Year

Our Annual Supported Charity

British Dyslexia Association

For 2019 we are focusing our support on the BDA as our charity of the year an will be donating a proportion of our profits to this charity. Dyslexia is one of many areas of learning difficulties that we wish to help improve over the coming years in addition to Learning Disabilities, Mental Health and supporting overall human intelligence improvements with Adult Education and Learning Advancements.

 

Contact Us

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If you would like to help us in some way, please feel free to contact us.

 

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