This Week in Context we are hiring a VP of Sales Europe and additional Data Scientist, have a look at our industry’s must-know tech trends for 2014 and learn about renormalization, and how our smartphone usage is reshaping our brain’s sensory processing for our thumbs.
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This Week in Context there’s a context-aware contacts app, how to help train the world’s first knowledge engine for robots, a watch that will save lives, open-sourcing DeepDive and a vending machine that has its own opinions on what snack you should or should not get.
This week in context, we are proud to say we were featured as one of Belgium’s New Data Companies, and have a look at 2015’s upcoming tech trends, learn about beacons and privacy and feature an illustrated guide to computer vision.
This week in context, we highlight the prescription of mHealth applications in the UK, hear about the ‘Automated Statistician’ and pizza menu that reads your eyes and suggest some wearable maps for the holidays.
Argus presenting about Mobile Sensors, Machine Learning and Context at Strata Europe, predicting shopping habits by bra size, image-recognition now understands the scene (aka context) and features – including emotion – for 650,000 audio files on AcousticBrainz.
Why artificial emotional intelligence matters and the next frontier for ‘tracking technology’: keeping tabs on our mental health. We also feature our favourite quote from ‘deep learning’ guru Geoffrey Hinton’s Q&A on Reddit, attempt to visualise what smart and not-so-smart robots are thinking and hear that Google’s self-driving cars need…
A look at The Amazon Echo (Alexa inside), Acquia’s ContextDB, a robo-gamer-marketeer-robot and a ‘smart’ synthesizer that turns weather into music.
This week we ponder if technology can become too human(-like), have a look at the Microsoft Band and DeepMind’s “Neural Turing Machine”, and four reasons why we love ourselves a sad song.
This week there are our six key takeaways from Ad:Tech, wristbands that tell about customer’s real feelings, big data delusions and disillusions, and the ‘New Deal on Data’ ownership.