Discover what you may have missed last week in the digital world
The young startup called TypingDNA created an AI that recognize a user with 99 to 99.9% accuracy based solely on typing pattern. From a technical point of view, apparently their AI uses combining pattern recognition, anomaly detection and one-shot learning techniques. If you would like to know more about it, follow the link below.
As a result of a study conducted by Watchful.ai, a face permutation feature was discovered in the TikTok application code. This code is also present in the code of Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok. As many states begin to be wary of deepfakes, TikTok and ByteDance will be in the news again.
Easyllabus is a Belgian startup launched by a young entrepreneur with the goal of helping students during their exams. The idea is to gather the best notes and summaries from the different courses, and to make them available in the podcast format. With the January exams coming up, the young startup is now raising 25000€ with the investment fund company “Digital Attraxion”. The goal is to create even more podcasts for the years to come and to broaden the range of courses available.
Not surprisingly, the year 2019 was excellent for social media and Google. Social media are part of our lives, and the figures prove it. There was a noticeable increase of users on each of them. Come take a look at all the figures in the links below.
Auxipress Annual Review 2019 - The major trends shaping the Belgian Media landscape
Cette période de fêtes est le moment idéal pour prendre du recul et se rappeler de ce que l’année écoulée nous a apporté. 2019 fut une année remplie de projets passionnants, de rencontres intéressantes et de belles collaborations. C’est en grande partie grâce à vous que cette année fut mémorable.
Joachim von Beust, administrateur délégué d’Auxipress, et son Comité de Direction annoncent la nomination de Didier Chevalier au poste de CEO.