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by Neil Patterson Updated July 9, 2019 - Published June 19, 2019
OSCON 2019 is almost here (July 15 – 18, 2019), and it’s going to be a great conference. From our “coding for good” events to book signings to a 5K and all the open source talks in between — we’re excited to connect with you.
A few of our key labs, talks, and meetups are about machine learning, data science, and AI with Watson and TensorFlow, blockchain, natural language processing in Python, Kubernetes, serverless, LinuxONE, and more. Come see these technologies in action, chat with the developers who built the tech, and see how you can contribute in an open source environment.
Have you ever wanted to use your coding skills to the solve important problems facing humanity? In 2018, more than 100k developers built over 2,500 apps to address the impact of natural disasters using open technology in Call for Code.
And now it’s your turn to get involved! During OSCON 2019, IBM invites you to get involved through a series of Call for Code QuickLabs.
Join us at IBM booth #401 to engage in our Call for Code Drone-IoT-Visual Recognition quick lab! Learn how you can use drone aerial images, Watson Studio and Watson Visual Recognition to survey flood damaged neighborhoods, identify homes with survivors on rooftops, and detect rescue boats.
Access the quick lab
We’re excited to be co-sponsors of the OSCON 5K Fun Run (or walk) on Monday, July 15. Join us at 6:30pm at World Trade Center Portland, and enjoy an evening of exercise, food, drinks, dancing, and, of course, some great discussions around open source and its role in changing the world.
Register in advance for the OSCON 2019 5K Fun Run/Walk.
Please note: Only registered attendees of OSCON 2019 may sign up.
The Portland Machine Learning Meetup (PDX ML) is excited to partner with IBM’s Center for Open Source Data and AI Technologies to host a night of 5-minute lightning talks related to the theme, “Open Source AI for Social Good.”
Join us on Wednesday, July 17th between 6:30-9pm to learn about what people are doing with AI to help humanity.
Secure your spot at the meetup.
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