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How tagbutler worksComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
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Michel Jonker
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Combining Watson Visual Recognition and Text To Speech in a #gopigoComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
Thu, Nov 30th 2017 6:59a   Michel Jonker
Almost a year ago we played around with a GoPiGo learning about Watson Visual Recognition and the Text To Speech Service. The video is a bit noisy, we just recorded it from the desk, but I thought it nice enough to share. You will see that in the classification of the second picture fails (a bit), but that also makes it interesting. These are the API's that we used. https://www.ibm.com/watson/developercloud/visual-recognition/api/v3/ https://www.ibm.com/watson/developercloud/tex
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Exporting annotations from Watson Explorer Content AnalyticsComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
Wed, Sep 13th 2017 9:16p   Michel Jonker
For many use cases, using the Miner as the end station of all the work that is done to extract data from unstructured text is more than enough, people can gain new insights en discover patterns. We needed, however, to be part of a larger business process. That means the data we extract from unstructured text is being consumed by other IT systems. Export Out of the box Watson Explorer Content Analytics offers different export options that allow you to take the extracted data an
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The O'Reilly AI conference: put AI to workComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
Wed, Jul 5th 2017 1:36p   Michel Jonker
Last week I attended the O'Reilly conference : https://conferences.oreilly.com/artificial-intelligence/ai-ny If you have read my tweets, than there should be little news here: Tweets about #OReillyAI from:mpjjonker Put AI to work Given the title of the conference, the theme of this blog (IBM and Google) and the fact that these two companies are strategic sponsors, I had to go to this AI conference. I must say that this conference was both humbling: there is so much I don't know a
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How tagbutler worksComment EntriesLikesIBM and Google combined
Wed, Apr 5th 2017 10:35a   Michel Jonker
With TagButler we have created an application that automatically adds tags to Connections items when they have been created. This time we are using the Event SPI. The Event SPI allows us to register for certain events, in this case CREATE events. Below a snippet of code of our class that implements the AbstractEventHandler ContentData contentData = event.getContentData(); RESTClient wexClient = new RESTClient(WATSON_COLLECTIONID, WATSON_SERVER_SCHEME, WATSON_HOST, WA
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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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