Patents by Inventor Jeremy Rishel

Jeremy Rishel has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20180359042
    Abstract: A real time messaging platform identifies an audio snippet of a time-based media (TBM) event. The messaging platform maintains a real time repository of concurrently broadcasting TBM events as well as a historical repository of previously broadcast TBM events. These repositories contain acoustic fingerprints of their respective TBM events. The messaging platform matches an acoustic fingerprint of the audio snippet with one of the stored acoustic fingerprints to identify the TBM event in the recorded snippet. To identify the TBM event, the messaging platform matches multiple overlapping reference audio segments of the reference audio stream with multiple test audio segments of the audio snippet. This allows the platform to account for time delays between the test and reference audio segments that would otherwise hinder the matching process.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 12, 2018
    Publication date: December 13, 2018
    Inventors: Andrew John Carroll, Jeremy Rishel, Richard Douglas Whitcomb, JR., Mark Watabe, Noah Vihinen, Indranrita Deshmukh, Artur B. Adib, Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy
  • Publication number: 20180018327
    Abstract: An affinity server estimates an affinity between two different time based media events (e.g., TV, radio, social media content stream), between a time based media event and a specific topic, or between two different topics, where the affinity score represents an intersection between the populations of social media users who have authored social media content items regarding the two different events and/or topics. The affinity score represents an estimation of the real world affinity between the real world population of people who have an interest in both time based media events, both topics, or in a time based media event and a topic. One possible threshold for including a social media user in a population may be based on a confidence score that indicates the confidence that one or more social media content items authored by the social media user are relevant to the topic or event in question.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 27, 2017
    Publication date: January 18, 2018
    Inventors: Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy, Jeremy Rishel, Anjali Midha, Matthew Miller
  • Patent number: 9871606
    Abstract: A real time messaging platform identifies an audio snippet of a time-based media (TBM) event. The messaging platform maintains a real time repository of concurrently broadcasting TBM events as well as a historical repository of previously broadcast TBM events. These repositories contain acoustic fingerprints of their respective TBM events. The messaging platform matches an acoustic fingerprint of the audio snippet with one of the stored acoustic fingerprints to identify the TBM event in the recorded snippet. To identify the TBM event, the messaging platform matches multiple overlapping reference audio segments of the reference audio stream with multiple test audio segments of the audio snippet. This allows the platform to account for time delays between the test and reference audio segments that would otherwise hinder the matching process.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 13, 2014
    Date of Patent: January 16, 2018
    Assignee: Twitter, Inc.
    Inventors: Andrew John Carroll, Jeremy Rishel, Richard Douglas Whitcomb, Jr., Mark Watabe, Noah Vihinen, Indranrita Deshmukh, Artur B. Adib, Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy
  • Patent number: 9753923
    Abstract: An affinity server estimates an affinity between two different time based media events (e.g., TV, radio, social media content stream), between a time based media event and a specific topic, or between two different topics, where the affinity score represents an intersection between the populations of social media users who have authored social media content items regarding the two different events and/or topics. The affinity score represents an estimation of the real world affinity between the real world population of people who have an interest in both time based media events, both topics, or in a time based media event and a topic. One possible threshold for including a social media user in a population may be based on a confidence score that indicates the confidence that one or more social media content items authored by the social media user are relevant to the topic or event in question.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 20, 2015
    Date of Patent: September 5, 2017
    Assignee: BLUEFIN LABS, INC.
    Inventors: Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy, Jeremy Rishel, Anjali Midha, Matthew Miller
  • Publication number: 20170140398
    Abstract: Social media content items are mapped to relevant time-based media events. These mappings are used as the basis for calculating metrics based upon the mappings, and ratings of the time-based media there from. Audience response metrics (ARMs) are calculated from the mappings, which provide an indication of audience engagement or response. In addition, ARMs provide information about the virality, depth, and breadth of the response by the viewing audience. The calculated metrics are stored and are used to generate ratings for the time-based media. The ratings may be published in whole or in part, e.g., as part of a ratings system.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 31, 2017
    Publication date: May 18, 2017
    Inventors: Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy, Jeremy Rishel
  • Patent number: 9563901
    Abstract: Social media content items are mapped to relevant time-based media events. These mappings are used as the basis for calculating metrics based upon the mappings, and ratings of the time-based media there from. Audience response metrics (ARMs) are calculated from the mappings, which provide an indication of audience engagement or response. In addition, ARMs provide information about the virality, depth, and breadth of the response by the viewing audience. The calculated metrics are stored and are used to generate ratings for the time-based media. The ratings may be published in whole or in part, e.g., as part of a ratings system.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 9, 2015
    Date of Patent: February 7, 2017
    Assignee: BlueFin Labs, Inc.
    Inventors: Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy, Jeremy Rishel
  • Publication number: 20160071120
    Abstract: Social media content items are mapped to relevant time-based media events. These mappings are used as the basis for calculating metrics based upon the mappings, and ratings of the time-based media there from. Audience response metrics (ARMs) are calculated from the mappings, which provide an indication of audience engagement or response. In addition, ARMs provide information about the virality, depth, and breadth of the response by the viewing audience. The calculated metrics are stored and are used to generate ratings for the time-based media. The ratings may be published in whole or in part, e.g., as part of a ratings system.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 9, 2015
    Publication date: March 10, 2016
    Inventors: Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy, Jeremy Rishel
  • Patent number: 9092829
    Abstract: Social media content items are mapped to relevant time-based media events. These mappings are used as the basis for calculating metrics based upon the mappings, and ratings of the time-based media there from. Audience response metrics (ARMs) are calculated from the mappings, which provide an indication of audience engagement or response. In addition, ARMs provide information about the virality, depth, and breadth of the response by the viewing audience. The calculated metrics are stored and are used to generate ratings for the time-based media. The ratings may be published in whole or in part, e.g., as part of a ratings system.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 26, 2013
    Date of Patent: July 28, 2015
    Assignee: Bluefin Labs, Inc.
    Inventors: Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy, Jeremy Rishel
  • Publication number: 20150193437
    Abstract: An affinity server estimates an affinity between two different time based media events (e.g., TV, radio, social media content stream), between a time based media event and a specific topic, or between two different topics, where the affinity score represents an intersection between the populations of social media users who have authored social media content items regarding the two different events and/or topics. The affinity score represents an estimation of the real world affinity between the real world population of people who have an interest in both time based media events, both topics, or in a time based media event and a topic. One possible threshold for including a social media user in a population may be based on a confidence score that indicates the confidence that one or more social media content items authored by the social media user are relevant to the topic or event in question.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 20, 2015
    Publication date: July 9, 2015
    Inventors: Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy, Jeremy Rishel, Anjali Midha, Matthew Miller
  • Patent number: 9009130
    Abstract: An affinity server estimates an affinity between two different time based media events (e.g., TV, radio, social media content stream), between a time based media event and a specific topic, or between two different topics, where the affinity score represents an intersection between the populations of social media users who have authored social media content items regarding the two different events and/or topics. The affinity score represents an estimation of the real world affinity between the real world population of people who have an interest in both time based media events, both topics, or in a time based media event and a topic. One possible threshold for including a social media user in a population may be based on a confidence score that indicates the confidence that one or more social media content items authored by the social media user are relevant to the topic or event in question.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 30, 2013
    Date of Patent: April 14, 2015
    Assignee: Bluefin Labs, Inc.
    Inventors: Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy, Jeremy Rishel, Anjali Midha, Matthew Miller
  • Publication number: 20140052740
    Abstract: An affinity server estimates an affinity between two different time based media events (e.g., TV, radio, social media content stream), between a time based media event and a specific topic, or between two different topics, where the affinity score represents an intersection between the populations of social media users who have authored social media content items regarding the two different events and/or topics. The affinity score represents an estimation of the real world affinity between the real world population of people who have an interest in both time based media events, both topics, or in a time based media event and a topic. One possible threshold for including a social media user in a population may be based on a confidence score that indicates the confidence that one or more social media content items authored by the social media user are relevant to the topic or event in question.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 30, 2013
    Publication date: February 20, 2014
    Applicant: Bluefin Labs, Inc.
    Inventors: Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy, Jeremy Rishel, Anjali Midha, Matthew Miller
  • Publication number: 20130346330
    Abstract: Social media content items are mapped to relevant time-based media events. These mappings are used as the basis for calculating metrics based upon the mappings, and ratings of the time-based media there from. Audience response metrics (ARMs) are calculated from the mappings, which provide an indication of audience engagement or response. In addition, ARMs provide information about the virality, depth, and breadth of the response by the viewing audience. The calculated metrics are stored and are used to generate ratings for the time-based media. The ratings may be published in whole or in part, e.g., as part of a ratings system.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 26, 2013
    Publication date: December 26, 2013
    Applicant: BLUEFIN LABS, INC.
    Inventors: Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy, Jeremy Rishel
  • Patent number: 8600984
    Abstract: An affinity server estimates an affinity between two different time based media events (e.g., TV, radio, social media content stream), between a time based media event and a specific topic, or between two different topics, where the affinity score represents an intersection between the populations of social media users who have authored social media content items regarding the two different events and/or topics. The affinity score represents an estimation of the real world affinity between the real world population of people who have an interest in both time based media events, both topics, or in a time based media event and a topic. One possible threshold for including a social media user in a population may be based on a confidence score that indicates the confidence that one or more social media content items authored by the social media user are relevant to the topic or event in question.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 13, 2012
    Date of Patent: December 3, 2013
    Assignee: Bluefin Labs, Inc.
    Inventors: Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy, Jeremy Rishel, Anjali Midha, Matthew Miller
  • Patent number: 8543454
    Abstract: Social media content items are mapped to relevant time-based media events. These mappings are used as the basis for calculating metrics based upon the mappings, and ratings of the time-based media there from. Audience response metrics (ARMs) are calculated from the mappings, which provide an indication of audience engagement or response. In addition, ARMs provide information about the virality, depth, and breadth of the response by the viewing audience. The calculated metrics are stored and are used to generate ratings for the time-based media. The ratings may be published in whole or in part, e.g., as part of a ratings system.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 18, 2011
    Date of Patent: September 24, 2013
    Assignee: Bluefin Labs, Inc.
    Inventors: Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy, Jeremy Rishel
  • Publication number: 20130018896
    Abstract: An affinity server estimates an affinity between two different time based media events (e.g., TV, radio, social media content stream), between a time based media event and a specific topic, or between two different topics, where the affinity score represents an intersection between the populations of social media users who have authored social media content items regarding the two different events and/or topics. The affinity score represents an estimation of the real world affinity between the real world population of people who have an interest in both time based media events, both topics, or in a time based media event and a topic. One possible threshold for including a social media user in a population may be based on a confidence score that indicates the confidence that one or more social media content items authored by the social media user are relevant to the topic or event in question.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 13, 2012
    Publication date: January 17, 2013
    Applicant: BLUEFIN LABS, INC.
    Inventors: Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy, Jeremy Rishel, Anjali Midha, Matthew Miller
  • Publication number: 20120215903
    Abstract: Social media content items are mapped to relevant time-based media events. These mappings are used as the basis for calculating metrics based upon the mappings, and ratings of the time-based media there from. Audience response metrics (ARMs) are calculated from the mappings, which provide an indication of audience engagement or response. In addition, ARMs provide information about the virality, depth, and breadth of the response by the viewing audience. The calculated metrics are stored and are used to generate ratings for the time-based media. The ratings may be published in whole or in part, e.g., as part of a ratings system.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 18, 2011
    Publication date: August 23, 2012
    Applicant: Bluefin Lab, Inc.
    Inventors: Michael Ben Fleischman, Deb Kumar Roy, Jeremy Rishel
  • Publication number: 20050120010
    Abstract: In accordance with an embodiment of the invention, there is disclosed a method for determining costs within an enterprise. The method comprises determining a set of cost-drivers based on characteristics of three-dimensional design data of a manufacturable component; and providing, to a plurality of different enterprise functions, database access to cost data from any combination of: the set of cost-drivers, and a set of costs determined based on the set of cost-drivers. In another embodiment, there is disclosed a computer system for determining costs within an enterprise. The system comprises a database comprising a set of stored cost-drivers determined based on characteristics of three-dimensional design data of a manufacturable component; and a network capable of providing, to a plurality of different enterprise functions, access to cost data from any combination of: the set of cost drivers, and a set of costs determined based on the set of cost-drivers.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 19, 2004
    Publication date: June 2, 2005
    Applicant: aPriori Technologies, Inc.
    Inventors: Michael Philpott, Eric Hiller, R. Schrader, Jeremy Rishel, Andrew Carroll, Frank Azzolino