Watson Visual Recognition

December 20, 2018

Announcing the Beta Launch of IBM Digital App Builder

Building a digital app is easy with the IBM Digital App Builder tool. Using this tool, a citizen developer can quickly build a smart app which contains the basic building blocks, connect to microservices, and embed AI services with ease.

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June 25, 2018

The AI Story Behind the Wimbledon Poster

In 2018, the Official Championships Poster celebrates the 150th anniversary of The All England Lawn Tennis Club. The Club was founded in 1868 with the first Championships being held in 1877. Posters have featured tennis and The Club for many years with the earliest poster in the Museum’s collection dating from 1893 - a railway poster advertising how to get to The Championships. Over the years since the Official Championships Poster has featured a range of styles, designers and world-famous artists.

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June 18, 2018

Modernize your old JPetStore app with containers, Kubernetes and AI

Follow the GitHub tutorial and video to update JPetStore, a traditional Java web app, into a modern sales channel using Docker containers, Kubernetes, Watson Visual Recognition and text messaging.

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May 8, 2018

App Development for iOS is just plain easier on IBM Cloud

Digging through layers of cloud-integration documentation before even opening Xcode is precious time that you could spend building apps. In March 2018, Apple and IBM launched the IBM Cloud Developer Console for Apple to provide the fastest route to coding. It offers everything that you need to create a full-stack, production-ready cloud native application, no digging required.

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July 5, 2017

Watson Visual Recognition Sees Further Enhancements for General Tagging Feature

Under-the-hood improvements to the general tagging feature of Visual Recognition have expanded its ability to accurately recognize the overall scene of an image. Read more.

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May 31, 2017

Saving dogs with Watson Visual Recognition and PubNub BLOCKS

There are many occasions where visual content delivers more engaging and enriching experiences than the typical data-driven approach. Using IBM Watson Visual Recognition service, you can analyze and extract objects from images to gather quantitative data. In this tutorial, you’ll leverage Watson Visual Recognition to build a worldwide campaign to experience the power of visually-driven data stories. The tutorial will show you how to leverage the IBM Watson Visual Recognition capabilities to build an interactive, image-driven storyline.

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