[VIDEO] b<>com's people: Interview with Nicolas Martin

After studying cognitive psychology and statistical modeling, Nicolas joined b<>com in 2014 to work on a thesis. At the Human Factors Technologies laboratory, he studied the adoption factors of technological products for 3 years. At the end of his doctoral work, b<>com offered him a contract to be a Research Engineer. He now works at the Artificial Intelligence lab on cognitive state recognition based on physiological sensors. “Specifically, we’re trying to measure the mental load of a person based on their physiological signals. This type of technology can, for instance, be used to detect when a person who uses a virtual reality headset will feel sick and adapt the content accordingly.”