06 June 2023

Treble wins ICASSP 2023 best Startup award

The International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP) 2023 and the 2nd Signal Processing Society Entrepreneurship Forum announced Treble as the winners of this year’s Startup Fair.

Treble’s innovative cloud-based sound system and solid pitch has secured them the top spot in this year’s competition. Our cutting-edge solutions showcased an exemplary application of signal processing technology.

Our cloud-based synthetic data generation tool enables audio teams to work faster and produce better machine learning models. It represents a new approach for training and testing audio machine learning models enabling accelerated AI development, superior data quality, and the ability for users to create custom datasets with deep synthetic complexity and variety.


Another win for Treble!

Finnur Pind was honored by IEEE SPS President, Professor Athina Petropoulou, who awarded the prize and certificate

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