Stefano joined U-Hopper a few months ago as Software Developer, bringing in lots of enthusiasm and his passions for photography and electronics.
How do Machine Learning algorithms work in simple terms? A behind-the-scenes look at how automatic facial recognition is possible today.
From Trento to Helsinki, passing by Milan, Santander and Antwerp: a contemporary Grand Tour around Europe and its most innovative smart cities!
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.
We have analysed the themes of the last edition to draw a comparison between the offline treated topics and the online arose Twitter discussion.
The terms Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are often used as synonyms, but there is a big difference that depends on the way machines are taught.
Giulia is an experienced lawyer, who has recently joined UH as Operations Officer and legal expert, making sure our solutions are 100% GDPR compliant!
An innovative chatbot project in collaboration with the SynchroniCity EU project and the cities of Milan, Santander, Antwerp and Helsinki. The objective: making information and services accessible and usable by citizens.
SCENT is a European Union research project funded under the Horizon 2020 program. Its objective is to engage citizens in environmental monitoring and enable them to become the eyes of the policy makers. In doing so citizens will have the chance to support the monitoring of land-cover use and changes by taking advantage of their […]
It’s been roughly two years now since we started working on our first chatbot in U-Hopper. It was called Talk2Fiesta and was developed as part of the FiestaIoT EU project: it was meant to offer an alternative way of accessing environmental information (among the others temperature, humidity and wind) regarding the city of Santander, Spain. […]