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Create a blockchain application for a customer loyalty program with members and partners on the same network.
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Use Watson Visual Recognition and Core ML to create a Kitura-based iOS game that has a user search for a predetermined list of objects.
This pattern demonstrates a methodology to personalize search results by identifying clear-cut affinities/preferences across various categories customers have ordered from.
Pattern demonstrates the methodology to determine target audience and run marketing campaigns using Watson Studio and Watson Campaign Automation.
Create a blockchain network for validating pledges and tracking funds made by the government for humanitarian causes.
Use automatic labeling to create a model from a video, then use the model to annotate a video.
Deploy and use a web-based health app on your smartphone using Watson services on IBM Cloud and IBM Watson Studio.
Get started with blockchain by deploying the blockchain network on Hyperledger Fabric using Kubernetes APIs on the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service.
A simple web app shows how Watson's Natural Language Classifier (NLC) can classify ICD-10 code.
Check out how to control the flow of requests to a blockchain network using RabbitMQ and Redis Cluster.
Create an application to view trends of IoT device data across days and other statistical plots to analyze the data.
You can use this code pattern to to track environmental conditions for a food safety supply chain, refrigerated medical supplies, garden plant shipments, or any perishable shipment that are sensitive to the temperature, humidity, vibration, or time.
Build an IoT app that stores, processes, and analyzes data from a Blockchain app and sends the data to be displayed in IoT dashboards.
Load test your blockchain application by submitting a large number of enroll, invoke, and query requests, then viewing the results in MongoDB.
Use IBM Watson Discovery, CloudantDB, Node.js, and Alpha Vantage to create a web app to monitor sentiment, price, and news for individually listed stocks.
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