Qeexo AutoML Demo: Automating Machine Learning for Embedded Devices

InsideBIGDATA 10 December 2019

Qeexo spun out of Carnegie Mellon University, has for a long time developed multi-touch technology for handset manufacturers which does ML on the device level. It has applied this approach to a new AutoML technology that allows companies to embed ML into hardware and conduct learning on sensor data.

Read the full article at: https://insidebigdata.com/2019/12/08/qeexo-automl-demo-automating-machine-learning-for-embedded-devices/


Exploring Embedded Machine Learning

Embedded Computing Design 03 December 2019

In 1943 neurophysiologist Warren McCulloch and mathematician Walter Pitts wrote a paper on neurons and how they work. A model was created using an electrical circuit and the neural network came into being. Seventy years later these beginnings have evolved into a number of large-scale projects by some of the top technology companies and technology communities around the globe – GoogleBrain, AlexNet, OpenAI, Amazon Machine Learning Platform are examples of some of the most well-known initiatives relating to AI and machine learning.

Read the full article at: https://www.embedded-computing.com/guest-blogs/exploring-embedded-machine-learning


OPPO Find X has no proximity sensor due to Qeexo’s EarSense

XDA Developers 12 July 2018

OPPO has been absent in the flagship smartphone space for a very long time. The company’s last flagship smartphone was the Oppo Find 7, which was released back in 2014. After three years of releasing phones with mid-range chipsets, Oppo announced the flagship Oppo Find X last month. Now, the company has launched the Find X in India. The phone will be available for pre-order via Flipkart from July 25, with sales beginning from August 3.

Separately, Qeexo has announced that the Find X uses Qeexo’s EarSense technology instead of a traditional proximity sensor.

Read the full article at: https://www.xda-developers.com/oppo-find-x-india-launch-qeexo-earsense-dirac-audio/


Qeexo Wants to Replace Your Proximity Sensor With EarSense

XDA Developers 28 June 2017

Compared to a traditional proximity sensor which is a piece of hardware that is generally packed in the top bezel of our smartphones, EarSense is a software alternative – so it doesn’t take up any space on the phone. The goal of this proprietary software solution is to allow OEMs to free up space from inside the phone (for other components) as EarSense will be able to recognize contact with someone’s face and ears so that it can turn off the screen during a phone call – a function normally accomplished through use of the proximity sensor.

Read the full article at: https://www.xda-developers.com/qeexo-wants-to-replace-your-proximity-sensor-with-earsense/


Qeexo’s EarSense Tech Is An Alternative To Proximity Sensors

Android Headlines 01 June 2017

Qeexo has officially debuted its EarSense software, made to eliminate the proximity sensor by performing its primary function on the software side. Where a traditional proximity sensor turns off a phone’s display if it detects that something is near it or it’s being covered, Qeexo’s EarSense software uses the device’s touch screen to detect a touch from a face or an ear, effectively mimicking the function of a proximity sensor. EarSense is now available for device manufacturers to license and use, meaning it could be making its way into consumer devices as early as this year, though nobody has thus far announced their intention to use the software.

Read the full article at: https://www.androidheadlines.com/2017/06/qeexos-earsense-tech-is-an-alternative-to-proximity-sensors.html


FirstNews Briefs: Qualcomm, Sprint, Humavox, Qeexo

Wireless Week 25 May 2017

Qeexo, a developer of user interaction solutions for touch-enabled devices, announced the debut of EarSense, a software-only alternative to the standard proximity sensor. The proprietary solution reportedly allows mobile devices to recognize contact with the face and ears, rejecting unwanted touches during phone calls.

Read the full article at: https://www.wirelessweek.com/industry-brief/2017/05/firstnews-briefs-qualcomm-sprint-humavox-qeexo


Qeexo’s Gesture Driven UI Concept for the Car

Strategy Analytics 07 March 2017

Strategy Analytics met with Qeexo at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona.  Qeexo develop user interaction technology for smart devices such as large format touch screens and smartphone.

Read the full article at: https://www.strategyanalytics.com/strategy-analytics/blogs/automotive/in-vehicle-ux/in-vehicle-ux/2017/03/07/qeexo-s-gesture-driven-ui-conept-for-the-car#.WL8ySRjMxbW


Finger Smarts: A Different Kind of Intelligence Headed for Your Phone

Wireless Week 21 October 2016

“While digital assistants with machine learning capabilities are changing the way we vocally interact with our smartphones, software company Qeexo is aiming to revolutionize the tangible side of things by making touch screens more – well – touch-friendly.”

Read the full article at: https://www.wirelessweek.com/article/2016/10/finger-smarts-different-kind-intelligence-headed-your-phone


This new technology lets you control your phone with more than just your fingertips

Vox Recode 30 August 2016

“Multitouch smartphones have been around for 10 years. Shouldn’t we be able to do more than just touch the screen with one or two fingers?”

Read the full article at: https://www.vox.com/2016/8/30/12639718/qeexo-phone-gestures-knuckles


This new gesture software could be the future of multitouch

The Verge 02 August 2016

“With TouchTools, users can access virtual tools with a gesture, including a tape measure, ruler, magnifying glass, camera, pen, and eraser.”

Read the full article at: http://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2016/8/2/12352302/qeexo-touchtools-gestures-touchscreen