The Future Of Enterprise Search: Visual, Voice & Vertical

TechCrunch Disrupt 2018 hit a number of records including over 9,000 registrants and almost 1,000 early-stage startups and exhibitors from all across the U.S. and the world.TechCrunch

This year, TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco hit a number of records including over 9,000 registrants, 130 interviews and panels, Q&A sessions, and workshops and almost 1,000 early-stage startups and exhibitors from all across the U.S. and the world.

During the technology conference, I've asked tech experts Arnaud Auger (BNP Paribas) and Christophe Goudy (ChoYou) what were their favorite startups from the show and why. Their choice: dbTrack, Forethought AI, Incus, Origami labs, Otter AI and, Starkey.

"My top 4 startups at the show were Forethought AI, Origami labs, Otter AI and, Starkey" said Auger.

Forethought AI won the TechCrunch Battlefield competition with its innovative enterprise search engine that can answer questions from complex user queries and is currently used for customer support/service. TechCrunch

  1. Forethought AI is an enterprise search engine that indexes all the company's documents and uses natural language processing (NLP) and natural language understanding (NLU) to answer questions from complex user queries and is currently used for customer support/service.
  2. Origami Labs is a voice-powered smart ring. I believe a lot in bone conduction audio devices as the future of augmented reality (AR), especially as I think audio effects for AR are underrated and actually more advanced than visual AR effects.
  3. Otter AI: I was impressed by their real-time demo of transcribing the talks on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt because this is something that many companies have failed to achieve so far (Youtube to name one). I think it can save a lot of time transcribing meetings and can be a great solution for the future of work
  4. Starkey: I like their vision to transform a hearing aid for people with a handicap into a device (Livio AI) that embeds sensors and artificial intelligence (AI) that can act as a translator, a fitness tracker, and even a health guardian that can detect falls.

"At TechCrunch Disrupt SF this year, I was impressed by the startups focused on solving the hearing loss problem for our young generation like dbTrack and Hong Kong startup Incus," said Goudy. "According to the World Health Organization, 1.1 billion youth are at risk of developing noise-induced hearing loss due to unsafe listening practices. Hearing loss among teenagers has risen from 3.5% to 5.3% between 1994 and 2006, and for the same age group, listening to music through headphones has increased to 75%."

Dbtrack is tracking personal sound exposure in real-time right from inside your ear thanks to a microphone embedded in the earphone.TechCrunch

  1. dbTrack is tracking personal sound exposure in real-time right from inside your ear thanks to a microphone embedded in the earphone. The app then monitors daily and weekly sound exposure and guides you about safe listening levels and durations to create awareness on how loud is 'too loud'.
  2. Incus Company - incus is the 3 small bones located in the middle ear - is a hearing startup that spun out from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and that showed a mobile hearing test app (iOS and Android) that performs a hearing diagnostic using regular headphones and embedded microphones. The app then automatically generated a personalized hearing loss compensation algorithm on the phone that they can try with their own headphones and experience the difference.
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TechCrunch Disrupt 2018 hit a number of records including over 9,000 registrants and almost 1,000 early-stage startups and exhibitors from all across the U.S. and the world.TechCrunch

This year, TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco hit a number of records including over 9,000 registrants, 130 interviews and panels, Q&A sessions, and workshops and almost 1,000 early-stage startups and exhibitors from all across the U.S. and the world.

During the technology conference, I've asked tech experts Arnaud Auger (BNP Paribas) and Christophe Goudy (ChoYou) what were their favorite startups from the show and why. Their choice: dbTrack, Forethought AI, Incus, Origami labs, Otter AI and, Starkey.

"My top 4 startups at the show were Forethought AI, Origami labs, Otter AI and, Starkey" said Auger.

Forethought AI won the TechCrunch Battlefield competition with its innovative enterprise search engine that can answer questions from complex user queries and is currently used for customer support/service. TechCrunch

  1. Forethought AI is an enterprise search engine that indexes all the company's documents and uses natural language processing (NLP) and natural language understanding (NLU) to answer questions from complex user queries and is currently used for customer support/service.
  2. Origami Labs is a voice-powered smart ring. I believe a lot in bone conduction audio devices as the future of augmented reality (AR), especially as I think audio effects for AR are underrated and actually more advanced than visual AR effects.
  3. Otter AI: I was impressed by their real-time demo of transcribing the talks on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt because this is something that many companies have failed to achieve so far (Youtube to name one). I think it can save a lot of time transcribing meetings and can be a great solution for the future of work
  4. Starkey: I like their vision to transform a hearing aid for people with a handicap into a device (Livio AI) that embeds sensors and artificial intelligence (AI) that can act as a translator, a fitness tracker, and even a health guardian that can detect falls.

"At TechCrunch Disrupt SF this year, I was impressed by the startups focused on solving the hearing loss problem for our young generation like dbTrack and Hong Kong startup Incus," said Goudy. "According to the World Health Organization, 1.1 billion youth are at risk of developing noise-induced hearing loss due to unsafe listening practices. Hearing loss among teenagers has risen from 3.5% to 5.3% between 1994 and 2006, and for the same age group, listening to music through headphones has increased to 75%."

Dbtrack is tracking personal sound exposure in real-time right from inside your ear thanks to a microphone embedded in the earphone.TechCrunch

Source : https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeanbaptiste/2018/09/17/6-favorite-startups-from-techcrunch-distrupt-experts-choice/

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