CEEDs on Youris.com

Youris.com, an independent non-profit media agency promoting the leading-edge European innovation via TV media and the web, has published an interview about CEEDs with CEEDs Project Coordinator Jonathan Freeman. Read the full interview at http://www.youris.com/Society/Interviews/Touch-Feel-See-And-Hear-The-Data.kl  

CEEDs on euronews!

A new report (+ video) on CEEDs developed by euronews is now available at: http://www.euronews.com/2014/02/10/beyond-the-subconscious/      

Web Signage: a ‘smart’ digital signage platform

Web Signage is a web-based application developed by the Italian software house Edisonweb that allows for the creation, management and delivery of multimedia content to remote audio/video devices and mobile appliances, for both promotional and informational purposes.  Web Signage can provide different solutions, among which the collection and the visualisation of information on type, age, and reactions … Continue reading

Immersion: a pulse-reading headset that train video gamers to handle stress better

Immersion is a Bluetooth wearable that uses an optical pulse sensor built into the earpiece to record the user’s heart rate and read minute color changes in the user’s ear tissue to approximate a pulse. The game environment and characters adapt to the input received from the pulse sensor, so for example if the user’s heart … Continue reading

Detecting Unidentified Changes

New research led by Piers Howe from the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences  has found that people can reliably sense changes they cannot visually identify. From the Melbourne Newsroom: For example, a person might notice a general change in someone’s appearance but not be able to identify that the person had had a haircut. Lead researcher Dr. … Continue reading

Tech Trends 2014, by Frog

Frog, a global product strategy and design firm, identified 15 key technology trends that will define 2014. Here is the list: ANONYMITY WILL GO MAINSTREAM DRONES. EVERYWHERE. AND RAPIDLY EVOLVING. DISCONNECTING IN THE MODERN, DIGITAL WORLD RISE OF THE CHINESE INTERNET GIANTS MIND CONTROL! AUGMENTED HUMANITY SELF-DRIVING CARS THE INTERNET OF THINGS GOES ART SCHOOL PRODUCT … Continue reading

EmoSPARK: Artificial Intelligence Home Console

EmoSpark is a android powered Wi-Fi/Bluetooth cube-shaped console designed to sit in the home and interact with people through conversation, music, and visual media. Emospark learns the emotional profile of the people in the house by sensing and measuring user inputs such as pleasure and pain, and deliver them relevant content accordingly. This new AI home console is currently raising money … Continue reading

Google to use user responses to assist dealing with messages and updates on social networks

According to CBR Online, Google has patented a new system which would gather information from social networks, such as messages sent by users, videos, images and status modifications, etc., and then interpret those reactions and make its own suggestions closely related to those of the original users, allowing them to maintaining presence on sites without visiting them. … Continue reading

New Full Time Programming Post for 3 Years on Casual Protein Docking Game

Applications are welcome for a new Full Time Programming Post Starting in January 2014 to work on the “fun to play” Protein Docking Game (Dock-IT) being developed by Goldsmiths (University of London) Computer Games group and Imperial College Bioinformatics Group, which is lead on the Goldsmiths side by Prof. Frederic Fol Leymarie and Prof. William Latham, and on the Imperial side by … Continue reading

Digital serendipity with Ayasdi

Ayasdi, an enterprise founded in 2008 by Gunnar Carlsson, Gurjeet Singh, and Harlan Sexton, provides big data analytics technology to individuals looking to analyze large data sets. Ayasdi Iris uncovers  hidden connections that CEO Gurjeet Singh labels “digital serendipity”. See video below:

  • FET project

  • EC funded

  • Under FP7

  • Project details

    Project number: 258749
    Call (part) identifier: FP7-ICT-2009-5
    Project Start Date: 1st September 2010
    Project Duration: 48 month