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- The 2016 Lovie Lifetime Achievement Award went to French computer scientist Professor Yann LeCun, celebrating his work as one of the pioneers in the creation of neural networks. LeCun’s contributions to the science of machine learning, mobile robotics and computational neuroscience among other learned fields, is legendary—and has touched us all in the digital world whether we realise it or not. As a founder of Neural Nets, LeCun applied biological methods of perception to computer processors. Cu
- The 7th Annual Lovie Awards took place 16 November 2017 in London at Picturehouse Central, celebrating the very best of the European Internet. Special Achievement honourees included Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Dr. Quentin Stafford-Fraser, Emerging Entrepreneur Livia Firth, YouTube Creator for Change Sam Saffold, The 'Be Greater with Data' Award recipients Bernard Revaz and Attila Szantner, and Lovie Agency of the Year N=5.
- The 7th Annual Lovie Awards honoured Dr. Quentin Stafford-Fraser (pictured with Sophie Wilson, inventor of the ARM processor) with a Lifetime Achievement Lovie Award for his role in the invention of the first webcam. An invention which began—as most good ideas do—with his and his colleagues’ need for coffee. Dr. Stafford-Fraser’s invention of the XCoffee client stands as the clear precursor to the ubiquity of webcams on computers and devices everywhere. Watch our Lovie Letters interview—produce
- Missed the Final Entry Deadline for the 8th Annual Lovie Awards? Not to worry: By popular demand, we’ve now extended the deadline to Friday, 27 July. You’re proud of the work you’ve created this year, so give it the chance to be recognised as the best of the European Internet. Enter now to join the ranks of past winners like GQ España, Deezer, Spotify, BETC, Skyscanner, musician Imogen Heap (pictured below)—and more. Submit your best work across Websites, Online Advertising, Internet Video, Ap
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