One of the most interesting aspects of the US presidential elections is the “arms race ” in the deployment of new technology to win the hearts and minds of the American voters. The Trump team has got a pretty formidable war machine at its disposal in this respect. Brad Parscale, now campaign manager for the Trump re-election,… Continue reading Can Mindspeller help presidential candidates win hearts and minds?
Mindspeller was founded in Leuven (Belgium), the beer capital of the world. We chose Stella Artois, an internationally renowned beer brand, for creating a showcase that demonstrates our methodology and how the Mindspeller AI works. Assumption A few years ago, Stella Artois rebranded its premium lager. When creating this showcase, we assumed that the brand… Continue reading Replicating Stella Artois’ brand strategy using big human data
STRANGER THINGS VS BREAKING BAD: HOW A NEURO-SEMANTIC AI CAN IMPROVE YOUR NEXT NETFLIX RECOMMENDATION At Mindspeller, a KU Leuven AI spin-off, we like to help brands improve their consumers’ user experience (UX). Recently, we wondered how popular Netflix series such as Breaking Bad and Stranger Things compare in UX from a consumer neuroscience perspective.… Continue reading What can mindspeller teach the mindflayer?
Last month, BBC Future published an article titled “The simple words that save lives.” The article illustrates the impact your choice of words can have when the stakes are high. Police negotiation tactics When dealing with people in crisis, for example, police negotiators often try to keep their subjects talking. In doing so, they noticed… Continue reading Can mindspeller’s copy optimizer save lives?
Using eeg recordings to predict video skipping behavior and viewer interest Prof. Dr. Ir. Marc Van Hulle, apart from being one of the founding members of Mindspeller, is also an expert in the field of Brain-Computer-Interfacing (BCI). His laboratory recently published a breakthrough study on EEG recordings that can predict whether an individual decides to… Continue reading Reading the thoughts of consumers with EEG