What Design Sprint means, how it works and why it turned out to be the most effective approach for us to reduce risks during the early stage of a project.
Happy to be back in Trento and even happier to embrace a brand new challenging experience, Elisa has recently become part of our team as Business Developer. A few insights on her path so far!
Few days ago I was in Brussels, invited by to speak at a high-level roundtable organized by JRC on Intensive Data Processing and Energy Efficiency – Innovative Green Technologies for Artificial Intelligence. The round table included a number of industry representatives working at the junction of ICT and energy, as well as policy-makers and high-profile scientists. The discussion […]
After having successfully discusses his bachelor thesis, Nicolò has officially joined our team as Software developer. Here a few answers and thoughts after a few weeks from the hiring.
Last week I had the opportunity to give a talk to a group of high school students during a summer camp organized by the University of Trento in collaboration with HIT, CLAB and the support of U-Hopper, SpazioDati and OpenDataTrentino. The focus of the camp: data science. The question: can a group of students from […]
Directly from Ulaanbaatar, passing through South Korea, he landed in Trento. Get to know Davaa - the second and last component of the FogGuru team - by reading this short interview.
Here at U-Hopper, we have gone quite crazy about chatbots lately. For those of you who do not share the hype, chatbots are software programs that, by leveraging artificial intelligence tools and techniques, are able to chat with humans, typically by answering simple questions. At the moment, there is a large variety of chatbots out […]
As proud partner of FogGuru project, we introduce you our new team member: in this interview you will get to know Mozhdeh, our new Research Engineer. Straight from Iran, she is still looking for "pasta Alfredo"!
The Internet-of-Things (IoT) landscape is characterised by the rapid emergence of new standards. In many cases no reference implementation is available for said standards, or only partial ones. Companies developing IoT solutions based on such standards face therefore two important issues: Conformance: is my solution compliant to standards? How can I guarantee that? Interoperability: is […]