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  1. Reading between the lines, empathetic design with A.I. Innovation
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    Peet Sneekes
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    What if we could give people and companies the superpower to better see what other people truly mean when they’re chatting with each other. That was our mission about a year ago and we’ve got some wonderful results: we can now read between the lines, well, sort of. Mirabeau always puts…

  2. A dive into AWS Deeplens Innovation
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    Wouter de Geus
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    During the AWS re:Invent event in Las Vegas last year AWS introduced the Deeplens. This pretty looking AI driven camera was announced as: "world's first deep-learning enabled video camera for developers of all skill levels to grow their machine learning skills through hands-on computer vision tutorials, example code, and pre-built…

  3. The Digital Studio: our data-driven office Innovation
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    Pjotr Scholtze
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    Mirabeau set their sights on making their offices more comfortable and healthier by translating sensor data from sensors around their building. This way Mirabeau learns about new developments in environmental sensors and data gathering tools, but also have data to develop new services in the Smart building realm. As a…

  4. Face recognition: an even more personalized experience Innovation
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    Fatah Fattah
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    At Mirabeau and Cognizant we love to demonstrate our face recognition demo to visitors of our offices to show the power of today’s Cognitive AI services. It is an appealing demo that suprises and makes people smile. This concept has already been applied to different custom client implementations: e.g. we…

  5. Using Text Classification to optimize the response speed of your customer service Innovation
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    Eric Vanderfeesten
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    While we are at the point in time where artificial intelligence is increasingly showing its true potential, we are still slowly benefiting from that potential. Many processes are still being designed and created by following a human approach. And although this makes sense to those processes that actually require and…