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smileML
User research powered by emotion recognition

smileML is a user research software that analyzes user emotion in interview videos, transcribes speech, and allows you to share insight with collaborative tools. With a visual emotion timeline, you can see moments of delight or frustration and jump right to them.

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Visual tool for building custom deep learning models

Build, train, and ship custom deep learning models using a simple visual interface.

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CNBC
Microsoft on Thursday said it has acquired Lobe, a small San Francisco start-up that focuses on making it easy to train and deploy artificial intelligence models. Terms weren't disclosed. Like Amazon, Google and other technology companies, Microsoft is focused on adding AI to its own services and offering AI tools to other companies.
The Official Microsoft Blog
Lobe's simple visual interface lets people easily create intelligent apps that can understand hand gestures, hear music, read handwriting, and more. Technology has already transformed the world we live in. Computers are ubiquitous, from the machines on our desks to the devices in our pockets and in our homes.
ZDNet
Microsoft announced on Thursday that it has acquired Lobe, a San Francisco-based startup that makes a platform on which users can build, train and ship custom deep learning models. What makes its platform unique is a drag-and-drop visual interface that requires little to no code writing.
http://www.theinquirer.net
WHAT DO YOU BUY the company that has everything? If Microsoft had an Amazon wishlist, it looks like it would be filled with artificial intelligence (A) and machine learning companies. That (entirely imaginary) wishlist is getting shorter all the time. Having recently splurged on Bonsai.ai and Semantic Machines, Microsoft now has another new AI subsidiary - L… See more
TechCrunch
Microsoft today announced that is has acquired Lobe, a startup that lets you build machine learning models with the help of a simple drag-and-drop interface. Microsoft plans to use Lobe, which only launched into beta earlier this year, to build upon its own efforts to make building AI models easier...
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User research platform that pays participants

Study is a Facebook program that pays participants to share info about how they use apps. This helps us build better products for the Facebook community.

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The Verge
The app will monitor which apps are installed on a person's phone, the time spent using those apps, the country you're in, and additional app data that could reveal specific features you're using, among other things. Facebook says it won't see any specific content, however, including messages, passwords, and photos.
Facebook Newsroom
Market research helps companies build better products for people. We believe this work is important to help us improve our products for the people who use Facebook. We also know that this kind of research must be clear about what people are signing up for, how their information will be collected and used, and how to opt out of the research at any time.
4 Alternatives to Study from Facebook

An iOS game to match expressions to emojis!

Press Play to start!

- Make the same face as the emoji before the time runs out

- The faster you match it, the more points you get

Hit Train to improve the app!

- The Training images and emojis improve the game by training the model

- It'll recognize your emojis faster, bumping your score up in the leaderboard

See how your skills stack up!

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