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Scott Laningham, Amara Graham, Sai Vennam | Published April 24, 2019
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In this episode, IBM Developer Advocates Amara Graham and Sai Vennam share content highlights from IBM Developer related to open source and IBM, building an event-driven solution, reducing the risk of natural disasters with the UN’s Sendai Framework, training a speech-to-text model, and Call For Code 2019.
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