Vincent Spruyt named Visionary Of The Year by MIT Technology Review
MIT Technology Review welcomes Vincent Spruyt, a visionary and Sentiance’s Chief Data Scientist, to be a part of its global community of innovators, visionaries and social change makers.
Vincent is among the top MIT Technology Review’s Innovators Under 35 in Europe for 2017. Working with his team at Sentiance, he is developing a scalable machine learning platform to predict human behavior based on mobile sensor data. With his background in computer vision and machine learning, his team laid the foundations of several AI solutions that quickly made Sentiance one of the strongest competitors in its field. This revolutionary technology can improve the quality of human life by making it safer, healthier, and more fulfilling.
Luis Alonso; Pastor, professor, researcher, and jury member for Innovators Under 35 Europe 2017, agrees on the importance of our technology. Luis concludes: “Our lives are already brimming with tools like sensors and machine learning techniques, and Sentiance is pursuing very interesting marketing and software objectives.”
“This is an awesome acknowledgment of the amazing team at Sentiance. This is just the beginning, we’re working on some incredible projects in machine learning.” – Vincent Spruyt. Toon Vanparys, the CEO of Sentiance adds: “Very proud of Vincent leading our Data Science efforts. MIT’s prestigious mention is a great recognition of Vincent and our team’s hard work.“
Innovators Under 35 is a prestigious competition that awards innovation. Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) magazine, is selecting the most talented young visionaries, innovators, and pioneers who are developing new technologies to address the most pressing issues faced by society. The jury is composed of highly recognized professionals, technologists, inventors, and entrepreneurs from top universities and leading companies worldwide who possess practical experience in the sector.
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