[Noisebridge-discuss] Fw: Re: Cognitive technology conference in SF
maltman23 at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 12 18:30:04 UTC 2016
FYI, it looks like this conference is wanting to give away free tickets to people at Noisebridge. If you are interested, please contact Frances directly. Their email is in the forwarded email, below.
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Subject: Re: Cognitive technology conference in SF
Date: Fri, 09 Sep 2016 20:13:57 +0000
From: Frances Cai <frances at bemyapp.com><mailto:frances at bemyapp.com>
I am following up regarding the Watson Dev Conference in San Francisco on November 9-10. Have you had a chance to browse the website<http://bit.ly/WatsonCon>?
Rob High, CTO & VP at IBM Watson will talk about how developers like you can be involved in the roadmap of Watson and how the technology can help enhance your projects. Chris Messina, Developer Experience Lead at Uber, and Matt Makai, Developer Evangelist at Twilio, will talk about what you can do to incorporate intelligent user engagement with Chat Bots.
There are many other sessions and hands-on activities taking place at the conference to explore<http://bit.ly/WatsonCon>.
You have a great group of developers residing in your space. IBM would love to have them at the conference.
Can you spread the word?
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Wed Sep 07, 2016, at 12:46 PM Frances Cai <frances at bemyapp.com<mailto:frances at bemyapp.com>>:
This is Frances. I'm writing to share the upcoming Watson Developer Conference<http://bit.ly/WatsonCon> with you and your members at Noisebridge. This conference is great for everyone who is interest in cognitive technologies, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
Are you familiar with Watson? You may remember it as the smart computer that competed in Jeopardy! back in 2011. Watson is a suite of REST APIs that uses natural language processing, and other machine learning techniques, to reveal insights from large amounts of unstructured data. At the conference, attendees will learn all about the latest in cognitive technology through expert talks and dive deep into the technology during hands-on labs and office hours with industry experts.
This will be a great opportunity for everyone who are interested to discover other services to incorporate into current/future projects as well as get expert advice.
Today is the last day for early bird price. Tickets are $195 for access to all of the content. Plus, with this code (BMACP10) you can get an additional 10% off.
Can you share this with your members?
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