Our (Short) Response - Solution to KCOS Problems?

Posted in Aclevo Blogs, Uncategorized on Feb 11, 2018

Dear The Computer Clan:

We have recently read your Tumblr blog post regarding the status of Ken's Cinema of Shenanigans. We are very happy to hear the show is returning and can't wait to see new releases to the series. We understand that it takes a lot of time and effort to produce this, and we would like to give our two suggestions to help ease costs and bring new attention with our ideas.

Idea #1: Make The Series Animated

Ever since we seen the series on air for the first time, we've always wanted to see an animated version of this magnificent show. Animating it would cost less than securing...

Introduction To The Traditional Watson Feel

Posted in Aclevo Blogs, Technology on Feb 01, 2018

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You may recognize the name Watson, whether it be the Dr.John Watson, the great sidekick of Sherlock Holmes in his great discoveries against crime, or perhaps you have heard of the IBM Watson, the artificial intelligence that was able to win Jeopardy in 2011. Sherlock Holmes even said it himself, "Good old Watson! You are the one fixed point in a changing age.". Both are unquestionably intelligent and do their job well without question. In fact, one could say that they both share the same job in some kind of aspect. But, of course, let's not get too far ahead of ou...

Public Apology And Important Annoucement

Posted in Aclevo Blogs on Jan 24, 2018

Dear all Aclevians and To Whom It May Concern;

As of the release of this blog post, we will be discontinuing our Project Take Two, Nen Watson, WIPdows, and Cymon spoofs. We will also modify our "Life with the Watsons" content to add uniqueness to our content. Our current content currently violates the copyrights and trademarks of "Ducky Ducklett" and has caused multiple forms of damage to them instead of furfilling our true intents. We will be explaining what our true intents and the actions we will be taking in the upcoming days to attempt as much damage as possible.

Our True Intents

For thos...

New Site Changes

Posted in Aclevo Blogs, Technology on Jan 15, 2018

Hi guys, It's TheCodingGuy. If you haven't noticed, Aclevo has been doing some behind-the-scenes work on the Aclevo website. Aclevo's new website is now hosted by... well, your's truly, TheCodingGuy. I would of never thought of doing such a job, but it's worth it. It took about a week (without counting breaks, or I just forgot), and eventually on January 15th, 2018, the new website was now ready for changes. Thank you for your time and patience as we upgraded from the old Aclevo site (hosted by RXDesign) to the new Aclevo site (hosted by TheCodingGuy).

Sincerely, TheCodingGuy

2018 New Year's Message

Posted in Aclevo Blogs on Dec 27, 2017

Hello there everybody, and welcome to the start of 2018. We have some big changes planned for Aclevo’s future, especially as an Autism Advocacy and Civil Rights group, so listen up. We will be discussing our new policies that will be taking effect, our new missions that we plan to work towards, and our new plans for video series and blog series that are coming out soon.We will also be announcing our new executives, and our acquisition of the TKPC (Another Tech to Speech Community), Deleno, and Treehouse. Let’s cut the chase and get right to this… (because we can be informal as we wish as long ...

The Revival of Aclevo - What's Coming/Changing

Posted in Aclevo Blogs on Dec 15, 2017

With Sage (TheRealSFC)’s departure from Aclevo, all of the SFC branding is going to rest. The blog posts are being transferred over to a new blog by The SFC Group, hosted on Blogger. The SFC-Aclevo is being reverted back to just “Aclevo”. The intro/outro is being changed to not infringe The SFC Group’s. We are evolving into the Autism Civil Rights and Advocacy Group that we were always supposed to be. With this, there’s going to be a lot of changes taking place in order to make Aclevo great again and let us flourish like never before.

What's Coming

We are making a new series called "Life with ...

Introduction - My True Soulmate

Posted in Aclevo Blogs, My True Soulmate on Nov 28, 2017

My True Soulmate is a story written by Reasonably Selenium about him and his true soulmate while in college. Almost being twins, they have many abilities they use to support one another. With both of them having similar struggles in their past, they each share their stories and learn to better understand each other. (The struggles and troubles that Reasonably Selenium had will also have their own blog post on the blog under My Troubles & Struggles.) They also help each other when times get bad.

Aclevo's New Direction - The Divorce of The SFC Group

Posted in Aclevo Blogs on Nov 27, 2017

With the SFC-Aclevo Merger coming to an end, Aclevo will be heading in a new direction as it recovers from a major downscaling. Sadly, this means The SFC Group will be independent from us, however we will still remain partners for as long as we can. But because of this, many changes are expected to take effect in the future as 2017 comes to a close. This will be a big game changer on our end.

We’re Downscaling (Heavily)

As you might have seen, the Disabled Communities was abruptly discontinued. This was caused by Reasonably Selenium having some personal issues going on in his life. As a result...

The Worst Bus Ride Ever

Posted in Aclevo Blogs, Uncategorized on Sep 02, 2017

It was a rainy day on the street I was waiting for the bus on. I left school very early so I wouldn't miss it. Just me alone this time, no one to guide me or correct me when I made a mistake. My first independent trip was about to turn very scary. Here is my experience about the worst bus ride I ever took.

Thinking it was going to be a sunny, grateful trip unlike the last, I planned a trip to go from my school to my home. It was the same route as last time, and I thought it was fairly easy to understand. I even printed out a copy of my map to make sure everything was correct. Even the times we...

Artificial Intelligence surveillance is on the rise

Posted in Aclevo Blogs, Privacy, Technology on Aug 27, 2017

For the past years we’ve been recorded in public on security cameras, police bodycams, livestreams, other people’s social media posts, and so on. But even if there’s a camera in our face, there has always been a slight assurance that strangers wouldn’t really be able to do anything that affects us with the footage. The time and effort it would take for someone to browse through months of security footage to find a specific person, or search the internet on the off-chance they’ll find you is just unrealistic. But not for AI.

Long possible in Hollywood thrillers, the tools for identifying who so...