By: Ashley McManus, Global Marketing Manager; featuring Francesca Fedeli and Roberto D’Angelo, founders of Fight the Stroke
By: Ashley McManus, Global Marketing Manager; featuring Cato Solutions CEO Glenn Longacre and COO David Buder
There has been a fundamental shift in the way we communicate with each other in the last few years. Bland text messages and emails are soon becoming a thing of the past, as colorful...
Professor Rosalind Picard and I spun Affectiva out of MIT Media Lab in 2009 with the vision of bringing emotional intelligence to the digital world. Our interactions with technology are becoming more conversational and relational and we believe that the next frontier of AI is artificial...
By: Ashley McManus, Global Marketing Manager; featuring Alex Chung, CEO of GIPHY
Guest blog by Richard Yonck, futurist, author and speaker
In the mid-1960s, Gordon Moore famously observed that transistor density on his company’s integrated circuits was doubling on a regular basis. This exponential trend would go on to drive the semiconductor industry for over half a century....
By: Ashley McManus, Marketing Manager; featuring media artist Ruben van de Ven, creator of Emotion Hero.
Our emotion-sensing and analytics technology is transforming industries, particularly in the marketing and gaming spaces. The premise of its applications: to get an unbiased metric of...
By: Rana el Kaliouby, Co-Founder and CEO
From our cars to our phones, artificial intelligence continues to surround us, getting a foothold in our everyday technology. As we enter the holiday gift shopping season, there’s another application for AI that’s gaining appeal among the upcoming generation: artificial intelligence in toys. In...
By: Ashley McManus, Marketing Manager; featuring Sumesh Dugar, Founder & CEO of Webbies, Inventor of True Emoji Key
Emotion recognition technology will play a significant role in how we interact with our devices in the coming years.
By: Ben Anding, Integration Engineer
Glasses clink around you, the dishes have been empty for half an hour now, but still you’re glued to your spot, entranced by your partner and this conversation.
Guest blog by Tom Shapiro, CEO of Stratabeat
Nike is a marketing legend. The company that originally sold shoes out of the trunk of a car has been a marketing powerhouse, growing annual revenue through the years to more than $32 billion.
By: Jeffrey Lu, Software Engineer Intern
By: Ashley McManus, Marketing Manager
A few weeks back we attended MobileBeat 2016 in San Francisco to learn more about artificial intelligence (AI) and chatbots. While the purpose of chatbots seems to be limited today, we envision a world of possibilities with this technology.