We first started with 3 selected speakers:
Clément Chastagnol talked about automatic emotional speech recognition. He gave advice on dataset use, provided insights on datamining algorithms, and explained how many and which features should be used in emotion recognition. His slides are not online yet but should be available by the end of the week.
As usual, we then had an open mic session where anyone was welcomed to share news about events in Paris and job opportunities.
And finally: pizzas, of course!
Meet us at and discover the power of the Joshfire Factory at the Mobile World Congress Hall 8.1H49 on the W3C stand. Steren Giannini, the Joshfire Factory product manager and CTO of Joshfire will demonstrate how the Factory can help you to industrialize your multidevice app generation process.
Joshfire, the young French Internet of Things startup, opens an office in Boston and proposes its multi-device app generation platform, the Joshfire Factory, to the US Market. More about the Joshfire Factory.
Joshfire was created in December 2010 by Michel Lévy-Provençal, founder of Rue89, former Director of Digital France 24 and founder of TEDx Paris. Joshfire has been funded by Kima Ventures in 2011. Joshfire has 3 activities:
- designing innovative connected objects, from industrial design to user interface,
- building multi-device apps for the Web, smartphones, tablets, connected TVs and connected objects
- editing the Joshfire Factory, a Saas platform enabling multidevice app development and deployment.
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