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From our very own press releases to a wide myriad of articles on AI and Electronics to what goes on behind the scenes - our blog is Luminovo's own digital library!

Articles

Our blog has been separated into 4 main categories based on their content. These articles were all written by our fellow Luminerds and some were even written by our founders, Timon and Seba. Dig in!

Introducing Hybrid Processing and Mapping It Together with Active Learning and Transductive & Inductive Semi-Supervised Learning
May 25, 2020 |
Sebastian Schaal
In this post, I finally found personal closure on the topic of how AL translates to some real-world scenario and introduce Hybrid Processing as a new paradigm.
Mapping Supervised, Self-Supervised, Unsupervised, and Reinforcement Learning - how they have been redefined
May 20, 2020 |
Sebastian Schaal
People are starting to realize that some techniques that were previously regarded as Unsupervised Learning should more aptly be named Self-Supervised Learning. Let’s expand on that.
An essential guide to successfully put AI into practice in the real world.
August 6, 2019 |
Arianna Dorschel
A guide to successfully putting AI into practice
Is there a need to understand our models in order to trust them and subsequently use them?
June 10, 2019 |
Arianna Dorschel
Do we need to understand our models in order to trust them?
A technical deep-dive into the privacy issues that come with the benefits of machine learning.
April 26, 2019 |
Arianna Dorschel
Data privacy - one of machine learning’s biggest challenges and how to tackle it
Despite countless research papers demonstrating proof-of-concept and high performance on validation sets, AI adoption by the healthcare industry is slow and scarce.
April 9, 2019 |
Arianna Dorschel
Despite countless research papers demonstrating proof-of-concept and high performance on validation sets, AI adoption by the healthcare industry is slow and scarce.
Majority of people's perspectives of AI is shaped by the media's viewpoint, despite some trying to educate themselves more than others. The vast difference in knowledge has led to many misconstrued theories on AI.
March 5, 2019 |
Arianna Dorschel
Conversations about AI are difficult. This is partially due to people having different definitions, or not even consistently standing behind one definition, but rather forming their opinion based on some fluctuating intuition of what AI is.
7 more frequently encountered myths in the AI industry - debunked by an AI expert.
January 27, 2019 |
Sebastian Schaal
It has been over half a year since I published the article Mythbusters: 7 common myths about AI. On my quest to demystify AI, I have held many workshops and talks. In this follow-up post, I have collected and debunked seven more frequently encountered myths.
To solve problems with deep learning, a good toolset is essential.
November 28, 2018 |
Timon Ruban
Every problem worth solving needs great tools for support. Deep learning is no exception. If anything, it is a realm in which good tooling will become ever more important over the coming years.
Digitalization has not only affected our private lives but also the vocational world. Majority of future jobs in the quaternary sector are very much knowledge-based and highly demanding - highlighting the need for an excellent education system.
October 1, 2018 |
Sebastian Schaal
Digitalization has not only affected our private lives but also the vocational world. In her book “The New Education”, university professor Davidson predicts that 65% of jobs that will be available for students in 15 years do not exist yet.
Instead of taking over the human race, AI will primarily complement human work by automating repetitive tasks rather than substituting it.
August 30, 2018 |
Sebastian Schaal
At Luminovo, we are convinced that AI will primarily complement human work by automating repetitive tasks, rather than substituting it. Discover why you should see AI as your future best friend and what it looks like beyond the hype.
Mainstream media's portrayal of AI is often wrong and highly exaggerated. Uncover the most common misconceptions people have about AI here.
June 6, 2018 |
Sebastian Schaal
Artificial Intelligence is one of the most hyped topics of recent years. Naturally, a lot of superficial knowledge has found its way into the press and the minds of the general public. In this post, I want to uncover a few of those misconceptions.
With the advent of deep learning there has been a major shift in how AI engineers work. Now it looks like there might be another shift on the horizon: Neural Architecture Search.
January 25, 2018 |
Sebastian Schaal
With the advent of deep learning there has been a major shift in how AI engineers work. Now it looks like there might be another shift on the horizon: Neural Architecture Search.
Throw CNNs at every pictorial problem? Then you would have heard of BatchNorm.
January 24, 2018 |
Timon Ruban
If you’re like me, you enjoy throwing CNNs at every pictorial problem that comes your way. If you’re like me, then you have heard of BatchNorm.
Coming soon, stay tuned!
A memo on Luminovo's performance-based hiring philosophy and why we chose to redefine our hiring process. In this article, we dive into performance profiles, opportunity gap and the two types of questions that are usually present in recruitment.
April 7, 2020 |
Timon Ruban
A memo on Luminovo's performance-based hiring philosophy and why we chose to redefine our hiring process.
Lumimovo goes Electronics! We have received over €2 Million in pre-seed funding for our new journey into the Electronics Industry.
April 8, 2020 |
Luminovo
Lumimovo goes Electronics! We have received over €2 Million in pre-seed funding for our new journey into the Electronics Industry.

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