We are proud to announce the first release Interscriber, our software for automatic transcription of interviews.
Our team won the GermEval competition 2020 on “Low-Resource Speech-to-Text”, where we successfully transcribed Swiss German audio (in “Berndeutsch”) to standard German text.
In July 2020, the Swiss Innovation Agency Innosuisse accepted our proposal for a research project on Dialogue Transcription. Together with the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), we will develop AI methods for automatic interview transcription and meeting summarization.
Across all our customers and projects, we have already processed more than 20 billion documents! We want to say a warm thank you to all our customers and partners that have made this possible.
SpinningBytes was granted a two-year free membership in the Swiss Alliance for Data-Intensive Services.
We are very proud to announce that Fernando Benites won second place at the Shared Task on Swiss-German Dialect Identification (GDI) at the VarDial competition this year.
Mark Cieliebak participated at a TEDxYouth@Zurich talk in 2018. With Artificial Intelligence gaining ground in sophistication every day, Mark discussed the recent advances in Natural Language Processing (NLP), which covers areas such as topic detection, sentiment analysis, and chatbots.
Watch video here.
We are one of the main sponsors of the second installment of the SwissText 2017 , the biggest Swiss Text Analytics Conference, with keynotes and presentations by distinguished international experts from research and industry discussing state of the art research and technologies.
In 2015-2016, together with ZHAW and Beekeeper, we worked on a Community Management Cockpit project. Beekeeper generates the greatest added value for its customers in the form of Community Dashboards, which is being developed as part of the project around an innovative “Community Management Cockpit” is to be extended. See more info here
Our solution for sentiment analysis performed best in the “sentipolc” task on Italian tweets.
Our project proposal “DeepText” was accepted by CTI, the Swiss Commission for Technology and Innovation. Together with three pilot customers and ZHAW, we develop software for automatic text understanding with deep learning.
We are now an officially accredited spin-off of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH).
Martin Jaggi accepted a call to EPFL in Lausanne, where he is now Assistent Professor for computer science.
We released our first ready-to-use product: A software library for sentiment analysis in English, German, Spanish, Italian and Dutch.
Our solution for sentiment analysis on English tweets outperformed all other teams on Task 4 of SemEval-2016.
Our co-founder Martin Jaggi won the Best Presentation Award at SwissText 2016.
Fatih Uzdilli moves to the Google Lab in Zurich, where he will continue his work on software for automatic text understanding. We wish him all the best!
We are one of the main sponsors of SwissText 2016, the 1st Swiss Text Analytics Conference.
We were invited by the Department for Economic Affairs of Canton Zurich to join the Swiss Pavillion at CeBIT 2016.
We are an official spin-off of Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW).
We made a concept for automatic detection of company names in news articles. Customer is a Swiss company for reputation risk management.
We celebrated our new company with a huge party. More than 100 distinguished guests enjoyed a great night at the lake.
The Swiss Commission of Technology and Innovation (CTI) accepted our proposal for a research project. We will develop sentiment analysis for English, German and Swiss German.
Today we founded our company! Great moment, looking forward to what will come!