We were recently contacted by ‘Biolaser’, a medical centre in Luxembourg that offers a wide range of aesthetic medical services using brand-new laser technologies from leading manufacturers. Its high quality service and niche offering account for the popularity of this centre among its customers.
Some programmers use a rubber duck method for debugging. It means that you put (or imagine putting) a toy duck on your working table and explain to it in much detail what the program is supposed to do. With the help of this method
Do you think that developers spend all the time writing a code for a program or for a website? Then you are wrong!
Facebook novelty for businesses – Facebook Messenger Chatbots interested me from two perspectives. As an owner of a web development company, I wanted to know which tools Facebook provides for developers. And as a user of the FB services for businesses, I wondered about additional expenses. Continue reading What Facebook chatbots are and what they are not. A surprising discovery
Tetyana Karpenko interviews Svistlana Höhn, who has a PHD degree in computer science and works on creating chatbots.
Tetyana Karpenko interviews Sviatlana Höhn, who has a PHD degree in computer science and works on creating chatbots.
Tetyana Karpenko interviews Sviatlana Höhn, who has a PHD degree in computer science now works for the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology. Sviatlana spended last 5 years studying artificial intelligence. She answered our questions on the Future of Artificial Intelligence, and gave us details about challenging chatbots development. Continue reading Science and technology. Will Artificial Intelligence soon be able to replace us?
How our contribution helped a non-profit organization to triple its donations.
Stemm vun der Strooss is a non-profit organisation in Luxembourg that cares for the homeless and people in need. To be able to help them Stemm vun der Strooss runs various services, including: providing warm meals, laundry services, bathing facilities and so on. Continue reading Our Case: Graphic design for a Multilingual Target Audience
Let’s be honest – while surfing the web we are all more candid. In front of the screen – being one to one with it – we are stripped from the conventions of society. We may write letters and converse publicly in a language(s) that is more prestigious. But once left alone with a search engine only one thing matters – convenience. One to one with Google we use the language with which we are more at ease just because nobody will judge us.