From August 7–8, the TTT team set up Amanda AI at the annual Traction Conf in Vancouver to deliver an innovative facial recognition check-in experience.
TTT project manager Nick Wilkinson led us through a roundtable on AI ethics in which we attempted to uncover what it means to live in an AI-enabled future.
In our latest edition of Afternoon “T,” we sit down with our talented UX/UI designer Andrea Lin. From acting to animation to design, she can do it all!
Project management plays a critical role in delivering successful projects. In dissecting the process, Nick Wilkinson compares projects to airplane flights.
TTT Studios rebranded to TTT Air for Canada’s 152nd birthday! Here’s what happened at Canada Place, where we demonstrated our facial recognition technology.
Website not ranking? Low conversion rates? Software developer Lara Rode discusses the importance of marketing considerations in the web development process.
Struggling with low engagement rates? Full stack developer Robert Sebenda examines important features to keep in mind when developing mobile and web apps.
TTT has a new CEO! After 3 years helping us grow as VP of Business Development, Jose will be stepping up to steer us towards achieving our mission.
In light of the criticism facial recognition continues to amass, business development manager Amer Abu-Khajil explores its potential consumer use cases.
Apple announced some interesting software updates at WWDC 2019. In this recap, mobile developer Mitch Ganton reflects on this year’s keynote presentation.
Afternoon “T” is back, this time with full stack developer Lara Rode in the hot seat. Read to learn about her love for video games and anime!
Recent advancements in natural language processing are making chatbots better. In this blog, software engineer Jude Sidloski gives insight into how you can build your own!