The devAIce® team is proud to announce the availability of devAIce SDK 3.6.1 which comes with a number of major enhancements, exciting new functionality and smaller fixes since the last publicly announced version, 3.4.0. This blog post summarizes the most important changes that have been introduced in devAIce® SDK since then.
SHIFT: MetamorphoSis of cultural Heritage Into augmented hypermedia assets For enhanced accessibiliTy and inclusion supports the adoption of digital transformation strategies and the uptake of tools within the creative and cultural industries (CCI), where progress has been lagging.
audEERING is now participating in the SHIFT project with the goal of synthesizing emotional speech descriptions of historical exhibits. This will change the way one experiences a historical monument, especially for visually impaired people.
We use avatars to show our identity or assume other identities, and want to make sure we express ourselves the way we want. The key factor in expression is emotion. Without recognizing emotions, we have no way of modifying a player’s avatar to express their expression and individuality.
With entertAIn play, recognizing emotion becomes possible.
2021 has been an exciting year for our researches working on the recognition of emotions from speech. Benefiting from the recent advances in transformer-based architectures, we have for the first time built models that predict valence with a similar high precision as arousal.
We are proudly announcing a new class of next-gen emotion models coming to devAIce with our latest 3.4.0 release of devAIce TM SDK/Web API.
The recognition and perception of emotional output is an essential part of human communication. To develop the socio-emotional communication skills of autistic children, therapy has to focus on that. In the ERIK project a new form of therapy is being developed.
The market for autonomous driving is projected to grow from 5,7 billion in 2018 to 60 billion US-Dollars in 2030. This shows the potential this technology will have in the future and is one of the reason why the German government provided funding for project SEMULIN.