With workplaces heading towards the metaverse, can behaviour AI help maintain the human touch?
Employers have always grappled with employee burnout, attracting and retaining talent and spotting potentially risky situations in their workforce. In the era of remote working, however, it is even more difficult to decipher a colleague’s energy and enthusiasm levels.
Humanising Autonomy Raises $11 Million Series A Funding to Change How Machines Understand People Globally
Funding round will scale the deployment of Humanising Autonomy’s computer vision-based technology in Asia, Europe and North America to ethically understand and predict human behaviour.
What are the biggest health and safety hazards to people that AI technology can solve today?
After decades of concern and debate over how AI will affect the manufacturing, construction and industrial sectors, it has found a useful role as a tool in preventing accidents in hazardous environments.
Human Context is the Key to Intuitive Artificial Intelligence
In many historical technology scenarios, the technology was launched with a key weakness: an inability to make human-like inferences in real-world situations. An AI that truly understands human behaviour requires relevant data on which to base its decision-making engines – and for that, it will need data that is inclusive, balanced, concrete and based on physical evidence.
Why we started Humanising Autonomy
We were founded on the premise of enabling a safer, more human-centered implementation of autonomous technology, and called ourselves Humanising Autonomy because that was what we wanted to do.
Humanising Autonomy’s AI platform hits 1bn behaviours milestone; making it the largest visual dataset of human behaviours
The milestone represents a significant opportunity to advance machines that do not understand people; improving automation anywhere. The company’s Behaviour AI Platform is available now for immediate deployment across a number of industries.