Getting started with image recognition and artificial intelligence today with Clarifai’s Matt Zeiler
Clarifai provides a fantastic service that developers can use to bring image recognition into their apps. Matt Zeiler, CEO and founder of Clarifai, spoke with me about their service and explained the concepts of artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning and neural networks.
The path to strong AI — could a biological approach be the answer?
Building truly strong AI is an incredibly fascinating area. Companies like Numenta are working to understand the neocortex of the human mind to achieve great strides in AI. Matt Taylor from Numenta will be speaking at AI with the Best on their work with strong AI that follows principles learnt from neuroscience, here are some of his insights.
This guy made his own open-source Jarvis-like virtual assistant
Tanay Pant, our top Dev Diner Emerging Tech Inspiration for the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence in 2016, has put together his own virtual assistant called Melissa and open-sourced it for others to learn from! Here's his story.
Thank you to our IoT and AI inspirations of 2016
We had a pretty good 2016 in emerging tech! There were plenty of people in the industry who inspired the community to new heights. Dev Diner readers nominated their unsung heroes who they are incredibly grateful for — here are their heroes from the IoT and AI areas of emerging tech.
We need to talk about our voice controlled future
Voice control is not the future so many people imagine — the Amazon Echo-like one where we no longer need buttons or apps because we can speak to our devices whenever we need them, the one where technology will understand our subtleties, our preferences, our desires, and take action based upon our casual voice commands. It's a bit more complex than that in reality. Here's what we need to think about.
Building AI for the first time – what you need to know
Artificial intelligence is growing at a rapid pace, with so many opportunities for developers to get involved using openly available technologies like Google's TensorFlow. Luke Sleeman, an Android developer, recently took the plunge into tinkering with AI and TensorFlow and shared his experience with us at YOW! Connected last week. Here are some words of advice from Luke for anyone looking to take the plunge themselves!