Toronto, ON, Canada
DeepTech · Education · Information Technology · Software
1 - 10 employees
Based in Toronto, Ontario, Whirlscape is Canadian high-tech startup with roots in human-computer interaction (HCI) and advanced machine learning/computational linguistics. Its products address in typing on touchscreen and next-generation smart/wearable devices, incorporating innovative algorithms and input methods developed through research conducted at the University of Toronto. Dango is a new type of personal assistant that uses deep learning to understand the meaning of messages you type. Dango currently uses this understanding to predict emoji, stickers, and GIFs in any messaging app on your Android phone. See http://getdango.com/emoji-and-deep-learning.html to learn more. Minuum is a virtual keyboard for touchscreen devices. It's available now for Android and iPhone devices. Beyond touchscreens, the broader goal of the Minuum keyboard project is to leverage the same core technology to enable a range of innovative text entry applications in fields such as wearable technology and ubiquitous computing. The announcement of the Minuum keyboard project, Whirlscape's first venture, on March 18, 2013 (see http://indiegogo.com/minuum and http://minuum.com) has received international media coverage in 100+ outlets. The announcement video has received a total of over 1 million YouTube views (http://youtube.com/minuumproject).Something looks off?