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Lego bricks recognition with Watson, lego and raspberry piComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
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Quickly demonstrate your own Watson conversation service in IBM BluemixComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
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Training Watson and TensorFlow with your own imagesComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
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Creating a Custom Crawler for Watson Explorer to crawl Microsoft CRM Dynamics OnlineComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
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Comparing IBM Watson and Google Cloud Vision RecognitionComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
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IBM's Power chips hit the big time at GoogleComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
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Creating a Custom Crawler for Watson Explorer to crawl Microsoft CRM Dynamics OnlineComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
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Training Watson and TensorFlow with your own imagesComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
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Lego bricks recognition with Watson, lego and raspberry piComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
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Michel Jonker
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Lego bricks recognition with Watson, lego and raspberry piComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
Sun, Jan 15th 2017 3:22p   Michel Jonker
A fun way to learn about Watson Visual Recognition and creating your own classifier, is with Lego 42055, and a Raspberry Pi. What you can notice in the video is The time it takes to identify a brick, we have 12 bricks, that are transported in 16 seconds. It took 40 seconds more to finish the recognition proces Not all identifications are correct We can gain some performance by tighter coupling, but the measurements show that I takes up to 2 seconds to classify an image. This is the r
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Create a custom java annotator for Watson ExplorerComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
Wed, Jan 4th 2017 10:56p   Michel Jonker
Although all bits and pieces can be found with some online searching, I thought I would share the steps I took to create a Custom Annotator in Java here. Setting up the system I have used Eclipse and if you are using IBM Watson Explorer Content Analytics Studio, you already are using Eclipse. You need to tell Eclipse where to find the UIMA-framework classes, the easiest way is to setup a Classpath Variable, like this: More details about setting up Eclipse for UIMA c
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Quickly demonstrate your own Watson conversation service in IBM BluemixComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
Thu, Oct 6th 2016 11:26a   Michel Jonker
Recently we were asked to demonstrate how IBM Watson can help in the insurance claim business. Although most of it was in Dutch and for Watson Explorer, we were asked to demonstrate the cloud and machinelearning services (for English). We had (as always) little time, so we decided to "borrow" from IBM's own demo of the dialog service. https://claim-dialog-mic.mybluemix.net/ This demonstrates so much better than the JSON version you get in Dialog Service "client" :-) We started by
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Training Watson and TensorFlow with your own imagesComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
Sat, Jul 16th 2016 9:23a   Michel Jonker
After using the pretrained model, I decided to train Watson and TensorFlow with my own data. The first question is : Where you get enough photo's on a similar topic that are specific enough ? The one thing I have many photo's of, is my kids. For this exercise I used the pictures of our NON-identical twins I have anonymized the names , so in this case twin1 en twin2 (very original:-). IBM WATSON As mentioned before, training Watson can be done in the cloud. The github example is ea
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Creating a Custom Crawler for Watson Explorer to crawl Microsoft CRM Dynamics OnlineComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
Mon, Jun 20th 2016 10:39a   Michel Jonker
CRAWLS At e-office we have our CRM data in Microsoft CRM Dynamics Online. We want to add the information from this system in our Watson Explorer Content Analytics Collection. I first started asking the question in dWAnswers: https://developer.ibm.com/answers/questions/275949/creating-and-registering-a-cusomt-crawler-for-wats.html I created the crawler based on the sample you can find in the ..essamplescustomcrawler folder As Deepika Devarajan points out, there is no publicly ava
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Comparing IBM Watson and Google Cloud Vision RecognitionComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
Wed, Jun 15th 2016 11:32a   Michel Jonker
vs I have found some time to compare IBM Watson's image recognition with Google's. Google's Cloud Vision documentation can be found here: https://cloud.google.com/vision/ IBM Watson's Visual Recognition documentation can be found here: https://console.ng.bluemix.net/docs/services/VisualRecognition/VisualRecognition.html Both platforms come with nice sample applications. I have used the WatsonVisualRecognitionClient from https://github.com/watson-developer
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IBM's Power chips hit the big time at GoogleComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
Fri, Apr 8th 2016 6:16a   Michel Jonker
This does not happen to often, an actual item about IBM AND Google: IBM's Power chips hit the big time at Google Found it here: http://www.computerworld.com/article/3052951/cloud-computing/ibms-power-chips-hit-the-big-time-at-google.html#tk.rss_cloudcomputing?




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