April 21, 2016

Next Audio Analytic Tech Talk: May 10th 2016 – “Lessons in music and experimental design” – Dr Bob Sturm, QMUL

You may know that Audio Analytic Labs is running a very successful series of Tech Talks in Cambridge. We have had prestigious speakers in the past, coming from the sound recognition research community, such as Professor Mark Plumbley from University of Surrey or Dr. Emmanouil Benetos from Queen Mary University of London. The series is ongoing, and new speakers are being regularly lined up for talks that we hope you will enjoy.

The next Tech Talk in the series will be:
“Your machine learnings may not be learning what you think they are learning: Lessons in music and experimental design”
by Dr. Bob Sturm, Lecturer in Digital Media, School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), Queen Mary University of London.
Date: Tuesday May 10th, 2016, 18:30 – Venue: Metail, 50 St Andrew’s Street, CB2 3AH, Cambridge.

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About Audio Analytic

Audio Analytic is the pioneer of AI sound recognition software. The company is on a mission to map the world of sounds, offering our sense of hearing to consumer technology. By transferring our sense of hearing to consumer products and digital personal assistants we give them the ability to react to the world around us, helping satisfy our entertainment, safety, security, wellbeing and communication needs.

Audio Analytic’s ai3™ sound recognition software enables device manufacturers and chip companies to equip products with Artificial Audio Intelligence, recognizing and automatically responding to our growing list of sound profiles.