Date and Time
Date(s) - February 22, 2017
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Categories Webcast

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NOTE: The webcast will begin promptly at 11:00 a.m. ET.

There are no downloadable charts for this call. Instead, the presenters will demo TJBot in action, and describe how you can build your own version.

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IBM TJBot is the first kit in the collection of IBM Watson Maker Kits, do-it-yourself open source templates to connect to Watson services in a fun way. You can 3D print or laser cut the TJBot robot frame and then use one of the available recipes to bring him to life!

Join TJBot creator and IBM Research “Cool Things Czar” Maryam Ashoori and IBM Researcher Victor Dibia for a closer look at TJBot, Watson services, and Raspberry Pi-based recipes that you can use to bring TJBot to life. Have some fun while learning a whole new set of skills!

NOTE: The webcast will begin promptly at 11:00 a.m. ET. If you are unable to attend the webcast for any reason, a replay of the presentation along with charts and Q&A will be available for viewing on our Videos page shortly after the call.

The developerWorks Open Tech Talks are a series of calls and demos where dW Open project owners peel back the covers of their open source projects, sharing functions, techniques, challenges, and goals.

The series is designed to help you understand more about the projects currently on developerWorks Open, introduce you to the developers, communities, and ecosystems that are driving open source innovation at IBM, and help you discover opportunities to use and contribute to these projects and connect with the innovators and communities behind them.

To watch previously recorded developerWorks Open Tech Talks and view charts, transcripts, and Q&As, visit the developerWorks Open Videos page or the developerWorks Open YouTube channel.

2 comments on"dW Open Tech Talk: TJBot and Embodied Cognition"

  1. Hi, I missed this call but will a recording be provided? We’re looking to deploy a few TJ Bots for a conference we’ll be hosting. Thanks!

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