Conferences

Bluemix to Blueshop: girls that code

Written by Lynne Slowey | November 9, 2016 | Conferences

At the Watson Developer Conference we were introduced to Michelle Liang, Karen Supandi, and Madison Gong, alumni from the Girls That Code course. They introduced us to the programme, and the incredible site they created in just two weeks, after five weeks of training on the IBM Silicon Valley Girls Who Code programme. The GWC ...read more


How developers will build the cognitive world with Watson – Dev Con 2016

Written by Scott Stockwell | November 9, 2016 | Conferences

San Francisco’s Innovation Hangar next door to the Palace of Fine Arts, opened it’s doors to a host of developers interested to find out about the power of Watson. As the line up wound its way into the registration booths, welcoming espresso and red bull shots perked the crowd up. After a speedy breakfast the ...read more


Can bots have intelligent conversations?

Written by Scott Stockwell | November 8, 2016 | Conferences

The afternoon session of the Watson Developer Conference saw a spotlight featuring Chris Messina, Developer Experience Lead at Uber, Matt Makai, Developer Evangelist at Twilio, Amir Shevat, Director of Developer Relations, Slack. The group came together to talk all things ‘bot’. The panel was hosted by Beerud Sheth, Co-Founder and CEO of Gupshup. The expert ...read more


Why being modular with AI is important

Written by Scott Stockwell | November 8, 2016 | Conferences

Francesco D’Orazio, VP of Product, Pulsar took the stage. Pulsar is a next generation audience insight company. They’re looking both at people who are talking – and intrestingly, also those who aren’t talking. Pulsar started out working with the familiar favourites Facebook and Twitter. But they now go beyond that and look at Mintel, TGI, ...read more


Turning visual recognition into video recognition

Written by Scott Stockwell | November 8, 2016 | Conferences

Ryan VanAlstine, CTO, BlueChasm and Robert Rios, Software Developer, BlueChasm welcomed the audience. Who’re BlueChasm? They’re a team of Austin developers that build platforms and API’s that integrate to existing infrastructure.In the example at the Watson Developers Conference, they were demonstrating how Watson can identify what’s in video footage. Ryan VanAlstine and Robert Rios from ...read more


OutThink limits, unleash your professional potential

Written by Scott Stockwell | October 25, 2016 | Blog, Business, Case Study...

What does cognitive mean to today’s professional? Harriet Green, General Manager IBM Watson Internet of Things, Cognitive Engagement and Education underlined the benefits that cognitive computing brings professionals. By providing the right information at right time to make productive decisions. We’re all overwhlmed with so much information and it’s hard to seapatea signal from noise, ...read more


Creating heat or light: Tom Friedman at World of Watson

Written by Scott Stockwell | October 25, 2016 | Blog, Commentary / Opinion, Conferences...

Tom Friedman – Pulitzer prize winner of ‘ Thank-you for Being Late‘ spoke at World of Watson of his optimists’ guide in the age of momentum. Tom chose the title of his book because when you press the pause button on a p.c. it stops, but on humans – it starts. It gives us moments ...read more


World of Watson: register now

Written by Liza Cooper | August 16, 2016 | Conferences

You are cordially invited to the World of Watson event on October 24th through the 27th at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, USA. See what the future will bring This event will showcase the cognitive power of Watson and the potential that it brings for the future. See how data, analytics, and Watson can change your ...read more


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Written by Rodrigo Ibraim Teixeira | April 21, 2015 | Charity and development, Conferences, Security...

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