Over my first few months I have been chatting to new and older members of our team to find out; why they joined, what they have been working on and looking to the future.
OpenAI’s recent release of Whisper boasts human-level robustness and accuracy in speech recognition. I’m not Scottish (although I was born pretty close), but I immediately wanted to test it with a Scottish accent and compare it to “human-level”.
I’ve been wanting to share some views on this topic for some time. When building our content to talk about the type of business we are I saw many organisations put a bland diversity statement on their careers site. I was thinking about doing the similar but struggled. Why?
Creating images from natural language is now a thing and available to all, limited more by our imagination than the technology behind it. Should we celebrate or worry about computers doing things we thought impossible?
At San Digital we try to help our clients chose the most appropriate technology. Ideally, using ready-made commodity components. Authentication is an excellent case in point.
At San Digital we frequently use Wardley Maps to discuss technology strategy with our clients, one of the key concepts is commoditisation, the journey that technology takes from innovative to ubiquitous.
At San Digital we know business start-ups are a wild thrilling ride (we are one too). Wild to the point of stormy. You want to make a difference and change the world for the better. Not to mention make some money.
At San Digital, we consider both technical and experience debt as part of any strategy or delivery. We talk with our customers about the debt they have, any debt they are building up, and the debt they want to pay off, so they get the outcomes they need to deliver the value they want.
San Digital has extensive experience developing apps for mobile devices, smartwatches, and smart TVs; using native and hybrid technologies such as Swift UI and React Native.