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Achieving better road safety, more efficient traffic flow, and preventing risky incidents require consistent, continuous, and ethical analysis of behaviour patterns of people, vehicles, and other road users. By understanding how streets and highways are used, by whom, when and where – as well as how sustainable and safe these current movement patterns are, urban planners are better-informed when it comes to deciding how cities are designed, updated, and improved.
Humanising Autonomy hosted the third episode of their educational Behaviour AI series on “The Power of Behaviour AI for Cities”, during which we explored how cities are using innovative technologies to improve road safety, decrease traffic congestion, and prevent risky incidents.
Sitt y Cia
Simon is the CEO at Sitt y Cia, a company integrating solutions in engineering, transit and technology, directed towards rural and urban development, structuring systems for mobility, and efficient networks for the public.
Simón desempeña como CEO en Sitt y Cía, una compañía especializada en prestar soluciones tecnológicas e invocaciones para el sector tránsito y transporte.
Programa Servicios Transito
Natalia is the general director for the logistics and technological operator for the city of Cali, Colombia. In this session, she explores the application of Humanising Autonomy’s Behaviour AI technology in partnership with Sitt y Cia, and the initial results from the pilot for the city of Cali.
Humanising Autonomy were delighted to be speak at The Tech.eu Summit on May 24 2023 in Brussels, Belgium, bringing together industry-leaders across Europe to help shape the best possible future for the European innovation ecosystems.
Our CEO and co-founder, Maya Pindeus, took to the Tech.eu stage to discuss the power of behaviour-based artificial intelligence to transform the way humans and machines interact – creating a safer, more efficient and pleasant world.
Maya also joined a panel discussion alongside fell-industry leaders to explore: Charting a way forward for Ethical AI: Balancing innovation and responsibility.
Humanising Autonomy were delighted to speak at Web Summit in Rio, Brazil – one of the world’s premier tech conferences, which gathers founders and CEOs of technology companies, fast-growing startups, policymakers, and heads of state.
Our CEO and co-founder, Maya Pindeus, took to the Web Summit stage five different speaking sessions, including an exploration of “If machines could understand what they see”. Fast advancements in AI language models have disrupted how we interact with machines through words. What can we expect for AI using computer vision? In this session, Maya Pindeus discussed the combination of computer vision and behaviour AI – and what that can unlock across different industries.
Humanising Autonomy exhibited at Autonomy Mobility Paris, alongside industry-leading innovators and policymakers across the urban mobility industry.
We showcased our new Traffic Management solution, using cutting-edge Behaviour AI technology to spot traffic patterns sooner, and gives context behind risky incidents happening across cities, to help make faster and smarter urban planning decisions.
Humanising Autonomy were excited to return to the 2023 edition of CES®, the most influential tech event in the world. Last year, we showcased our human behaviour prediction model in our Penthouse Suite – this year, we showcased how behaviour-based artificial intelligence can impact more than urban mobility and smart cities… we will be able to impact simulated worlds, too!
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Humanising Autonomy were delighted to announce their be participating at Web Summit 2022, one of the world’s premier tech conferences, which gathers founders and CEOs of technology companies, fast-growing startups, policymakers, and heads of state to ask a simple question: Where to next?
A Web Summit highlight: Maya Pindeus, CEO and co-founder of Humanising Autonomy, joins Ariyan, Owen and Pascale on the Auto Tech & Robots stage to explore the concept of giving robots 20/20 vision.
Humanising Autonomy hosted the second episode of their Behaviour AIx series in collaboration with Automotive World, which focuses on how behaviour-based artificial intelligence can change the future of urban mobility. In this session, we speak with Pier Paolo Porta from semiconductor design company, Ambarella, to explore applications for the automotive and urban mobility industries.
Pier Paolo Porta
Vis Lab, Ambarella
Pierpa was a founding associate and board member of VisLab, an ADAS and autonomous driving company. After merging with Ambarella, Pierpa is now the Marketing Director responsible for the Automotive European Business Unit. Pierpa holds qualifications from the Università di Parma, including a PhD in Information Technology and has authored publications in international scientific journals and conference proceedings.
Co-founder and CTO
Raunaq is an award-winning engineer with an interest in human interaction with technology and its effect on future society. With an MEng, MSc and MA from Imperial College London, his work has been showcased in New Scientist, Forbes and Fast Company. Prior to co-founding Humanising Autonomy, Raunaq led the R&D at femtech scaleup Elvie, where he was involved in the creation and launch of its first product.
Humanising Autonomy was pleased to announce their involvement in World Summit AI, an event in Amsterdam that gathers the world’s global AI ecosystem of Enterprise, Big Tech, Startups, Investors and Science.
We exhibited our Behaviour AI technology at the startup arena, showcasing the power of adding a layer of human context to human-machine interactions to create a safer, more pleasant world.
Our VP of Strategy, Kim Vigilia, also took to the Startup City Stage for discussion, deliberation and debate on the latest in AI, Behaviour AI and Machine Learning.
Humanising Autonomy launched the first episode of their Behaviour AIx series – a set of four introductory virtual discussions during which they will explore the concept of machines that can understand physical human behaviour, what it unlocks for companies (and citizens), its potential and limitations, and the importance of personal privacy and ethics when developing technology like this.
CEO and Co-founder
Maya Pindeus envisions a world in which technology is built around people and has a positive impact on humans and society. With a deep passion for human – machine interactions, she is an architect, designer and engineer and holds degrees from Imperial College London and the Royal College of Art. She is a Forbes 30 under 30 awardee and contributes to the World Economic Forum and various industry alliances.
Principal Behavioural Data Scientist
Dominic Noy is a driving force behind Humanising Autonomy’s technology behaviour prediction technology, with particular interest in the company’s efforts to boost the interpretability of its underlying predictive models. He holds a PhD in Experimental Psychology (Psychophysics, Cognitive Modelling, Human-Computer Interaction), a Master’s in Statistics, and a Master’s in Psychology (Psychology of Action).