Entertainment has changed more in the last 10 years, than in the previous 100 years. The rise of cloud, mobile, and streaming technologies have introduced both new challenges and opportunities.
Technicolor Research Los Altos is rising to these challenges by working on new analytics solutions in the areas of Human Behavior Modeling, Internet-of-Things (IoT), and Wearable Analytics.
The era of "Big Data" reveals of wealth of user behavior data from interactions and transaction with online services. Our researchers maintain two key focus areas: (1) analyzing the dynamics of human behavior over time and finding key insights that unlock predictive analytics, and (2) examining not just explicit user feedback, but the highly valuable implicit data acquired by simple user behavior in these systems.
Internet-connected sensors in the home have the potential to add considerable value for the purposes of user health monitoring, rare-event detection, and device servicing. We are focused on delivering analytics solutions for both operators and end consumers.
Wearable devices have an opportunity to become the next major computing platform. In addition to frictionless notifications and information retreival, biometric sensors have the ability to pervasively access human physiology, and as a result, potentially user emotional state. Our researchers discover novel use cases using wearable devices for emotion capture, such as, content testing and analyzing audience dynamics.
The complete list of publications is available here
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Technicolor Seminar Series – Calendar
Seminars are held weekly, on Wednesday at 11 AM Pacific Time. Seminars are free, open to the public, and advertised locally. For more information, or to give a talk, please contact Nikhil Rao