Date: April 7, 2017
Venue: Taj Palace, New Delhi
Time: 2:30pm – 3:15pm
Details: Catch Vivekananda Pani, Co-Founder & CTO discussing the ‘Future of Phones‘ with:
Mahesh Bhalerao – Android Partnerships Asia Pacific, Google
Hareesh Ramanna – MD, Borqs India
Vikas Jain – Co Founder, Micromax
Varsha Tagare – Director, Qualcomm Ventures India
Date: March 29, 2017
Venue: New Delhi
Details: In conversation with Nami Zarringhalam and Alan Mamedi, Co-Founders of TrueCaller on ‘True journey and the way ahead!’
Watch: In conversation with Nami Zarringhalam, Co-Founder, TrueCaller – We caught up with Nami Zarringhalam post the IAMAI hosted Fireside chat ‘True journey and the way ahead’ with Truecaller and its founders. We asked him his views on localisation and its importance for Truecaller, especially for the Indian market.
Venue: Vellore Institure of Technology (VIT), Vellore
Details: Catch Arvind Pani, Co-Founder & CEO of Reverie encouraging students to build apps in their mother tongue
Date: March 5, 2017
Venue: Ravindra Kalakshetra Premises, J C Road, Bengaluru
Time: 10:30 AM to 02:30 PM
Details: Interacting with students and language enthusiasts alike for Kannada – come and see how easy it is to type or create an app in your mother tongue! Invite yourself via the Facebook event link here.
Date: March 1, 2017
Venue: The Imperial, New Delhi
Time: 03:45 PM to 04:45 PM
Details: Reverie Language Technologies is proud to be the Language Partner at Governance Now’s Digital Transformation Summit. Catch Arvind Pani, Co-Founder & CEO of Reverie present during the topic – ‘Are we ready for Digital Transformation?’ He discusses how India can achieve digital transformation via language localisation by increasing its reach to most Indians.
In conversation with Shri Golok Kumar Simli, CTO, Passport Seva, MEA, Government of India – During Governance Now’s Digital Transformation Summit: Shri Golok Kumar Simli from Passport Seva, Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India post his session and asked him for his perspective on what value service providers can add when executing an e-governance project, specifically with respect to addition Indian languages for digital transformation in India
In conversation with Anna Roy, Adviser, NITI Aayog, Government of India – During Governance Now’s Digital Transformation Summit: Ms Anna Roy, Adviser to NITI Aayog, Government of India talks about why localisation in Indian languages is an important factor while executing NITI Aayog’s projects like BHIM and USSD.
Date: 30, November 2016 – 02, December 2016
Venue: Janata Maidan, Bhubhaneswar
Catch Arvind Pani, Co-Founder & CEO sharing Reverie’s success story on December 2, 2016 at 4PM
Visit Reverie’s booth at the event to talk to Debashis Roy, AVP & Head – Mobility on December 1 & 2, 2016 and watch our mobility apps in action
Venue: The Suryaa Hotel, New Delhi
Catch Debashis Roy, AVP & Head – Mobility in the panel discussion on ‘The Mobile – Delivering Innovation and Digital India‘ covering:
· Government & services-on-demand.
· Digital empowerment of citizens – Access to education, health & financial services.
· How can we facilitate indigenous disruptive innovation?
· Role of cloud & web based services in delivering Digital India?
· Mobile technology – Delivering inclusive development.
- What or where is the standard for ensuring quality Indic computing standards?
- How to ‘fix’ multilingual search
- Multilingual input – why every website and app needs a way to allow user generated input
Venue: Santa Clara, CA, USA
Hear Vivekananda Pani, Co-Founder & CTO, Reverie Language Technologies speak on:
Why India needs cross-language computing. Most Indians are polyglots and are comfortable using more than one local language at a time. However, only 10% of them are conversant in the English language. With millions of local-languages users willing to be a part of the Indian Internet, developing cross-language computing tools makes leeway for local-language digital content discovery and consumption.
Challenges in cross-language computing for Indic languages:
At a fundamental level, the existing input methodology followed for Indic scripts allow room for ambiguity and undesired characters. This in itself complicates the cross-language information discovery and retrieval. Further, the lack of basic NLP tools like stemmers, lemmatizers, spelling correctors, and PoS taggers dilutes the ability to index and retrieve content in multiple languages. Language detection across multiple scripts and transliteration schemes are an impending challenge. Moreover, less than 0.1% of digital content on the Internet is in languages other than English, which makes it extremely difficult for researchers to build machine learning models.
In this session you will learn:
· Approaches for correcting spelling and transliteration errors in a multilingual environment
· Building NLP tools for Indic languages: Challenges in PoS tagging and Named Entity Recognition
· Building contexts and addressing semantics: Synonomy, Polysemy, and Word Sense Disambiguation
· Towards multilingual content discovery: New approaches to multilingual indexing and relevance ranking
· Language independent NLP: Character Encoding and Deep Neural Networks
· Machine Translation at scale: can we increase content availability and accessibility?
Dates – October 17-19, 2016
Venue: The Ritz Cartlon, Hong Kong
Meet Vivekananda Pani and Debashis Roy from Reverie at Booth 52 on October 18, 2016 at Sky 100 (observatory on the 100th floor of International Commerce Center) between 5.30pm – 8.30pm
Venue: La Jolla, San Diego, CA
Venue: Vivanta by Taj, Yeshwantpur, Bengaluru
Venue: International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore | Date: July 22, 2016
Reverie was part of the 12 graduating start-ups from Summer 2016 cohort of Microsoft Accelerator. All start-ups came together at Think Next for their sub 5-minute pitch amongst a packed audience of investors, fellow start-ups and thought leaders. Arvind Pani of Reverie took stage and gave a rousing pitch urging businesses to work with Reverie in ensuring language equality on the Internet for India’s local language users. With 250 million local language mobile first users in India who have less than 0.1% content to consume in their own languages, the audience got a first-hand taste of the disconcerting experience that exists today.
Venue: Leela Palace, Bangalore | Date: June 23, 2016
Read the blog on China trip – What I learned from the Chinese about our Indian online market
Venue: Los Angeles | Date: 1-4 May, 2016