Bruno Zamborlin, PhD is a pioneer in the field of AI for Human-Technology interaction and ubiquitous technology. Zamborlin founded HyperSurfaces, a London-based technology company that uses edge-AI to convert any object of any material and shape into an intelligent HyperSurface: seamlessly merging the physical and data worlds without the need for buttons, touch screens or even internet connections. HyperSurfaces AI software runs on standard chips, and uses common vibration sensors to interpret the vibrational patterns detected on physical objects (such as those generated from human gestures or other interactions) in real time, and converts them into digital commands. Bruno’s work has been featured on BBC, Wired, TechCrunch, Discovery Channel, The Verge, Vice and many others.
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