Date(s) - January 16, 2018
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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There is a technological revolution taking place in the service industry with the introduction of robots. The robots are powered by artificial intelligence and are able to perform roles such as a waiter, a customer relationship executive, or a cognitive assistant. The capabilities of the robot can be enhanced exponentially by integrating with cloud capabilities.
In this tech talk, we will show you how you can add intelligence to a NAO robot with IBM Data Science Experience and IBM Conversation service.
- Vishal Chahal: Vishal is the Chief Architect for Cognitive Solutions at System Integrators lab and Technical Lead for IBM Machine Learning Hub at IBM Software Labs in Bangalore. He specializes in Watson Cognitive Products, Advanced Analytics, Advanced Visualization, DataWarehouse and Data Integration technologies. He has architected Cognitive and Analytics solutions for multiple customers across Telco, Banking, Insurance, Aviation and Healthcare Industries. He has a rich background of product architecture and development experience on portfolio across Watson, SPSS, Cognos, DB2 and Websphere. Vishal is Level 3 certified IT specialist from The Open Group.
- Robotic calculations and inference agent
- Take the NAO robot to a journey
- More Analytics Patterns
- More Data Science Patterns
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