Let’s meet and talk iOS: IBM Watson – Core ML

08 May

6:30 pm

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Hi all,

We’re meeting at CodeNode-Skills Matter a new and very cool tech-hub.

PLEASE SIGN UP HERE :
https://skillsmatter.com/meetups/10944-let-s-meet-and-talk-ios-ibm-watson-core-ml

Let’s meet and talk iOS, here is the programme :

6.30 to 7pm

Introductions, time for us all to meet and exchange numbers, projects we are working on etc.. bring your MacBooks, iPhones and iPads with your apps and Xcode projects, ready to show off.

7 to 8pm

Alex Wishart – IBM: Build AI into your app with CoreML and Watson
Learn how to create and train a custom visual recognition model using IBM Watson and analyse images in your iOS apps, through CoreML.

David Dunn – IBM: Server-side Swift with the Kitura web framework
Kitura is a lightweight, simple to use, web framework built with Swift. I’ll give an introduction to Kitura, including the new Codable routing features introduced in Kitura 2, and demonstrate how simple it is to get started with server-side Swift.

8-8.30
Andrew Lees – IBM: Go server-less with Apache OpenWhisk
Apache OpenWhisk is the leading open source platform for Functions as a Service, with built-in support for Swift. Get an introduction to serverless computing and learn how to quickly build and deploy FaaS in Swift.

Feel free to come along and share the projects you are working on, ask for help, discover new stuff you could implement in your apps and have fun in a friendly environment.

This meetup is for you if you:

– are looking for other iOS devs like you

– want to learn how to get started building apps for iPhone and iPad

– are looking to hire an iOS developer / find a job

Romain & Paul

email : [masked]

iMessage:[masked]

twitter: @londonrom

slack: ioslondondevelopers

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