It takes an open source village to raise a robot LAB
Come learn about TJBot, IBM Watson's first Maker Kit powered by a Raspberry Pi and how easy it is to build a Cognitive robot. We'll show how to train TJBot to listen, understand what is heard, extract intents, entities, and emotions, control a LED light and servo-powered arm, and recognize objects and colors, using six IBM Watson services: Speech to Text, Text to Speech, Conversation, Language Translator, Tone Analyzer, and Visual Recognition.
JeanCarl will also share how the open source community has taken hold of this adorable bot and some of the projects that have been built.
JeanCarl Bisson is an IBM Developer Advocate based in the San Francisco Bay Area. With over two decades of development experience on the web, he enjoys coding in the cloud and building rapid prototypes powered by IBM Watson. He has participated in more than a hundred hackathons and can often be found tinkering with APIs and IoT, making connections that inspire others to use in their own projects. JeanCarl is also very active in meetups, workshops, and local developer communities.
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