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Closing the gender gap: Girls who code
As a long time IBMer and a girl who used to code, I have been transfixed – and reawakened – to the importance of gender diversity in the tech industry. This was my “AHA!” moment at InterConnect 2017. I graduated in 1982 with a Computer ...
Hacking with a purpose: Safer communities through mobile tech: A recipe for developers
The potential to revolutionize the use of IoT for social good has never been better. Social ...
Bluemix to Blueshop: girls that code
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 ...
How developers will build the cognitive world with Watson – Dev Con 2016
San Francisco’s Innovation Hangar next door to the Palace of Fine Arts, opened it’s ...
Can bots have intelligent conversations?
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 ...
Why being modular with AI is important
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 ...
Turning visual recognition into video recognition
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 ...
Cheat sheet: What is Digital Twin?
How the convergence of OT and IT is driving...
Reducing Weather Related Risks With Data-Driven...
What is the Internet of Things (IoT)?