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Peter Gasston - Commoditization of Artificial Intelligence Thijs Feryn's podcast

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Peter Gasston (https://twitter.com/stopsatgreen) is a front-end developer and web technologist that works for +rehabstudio (https://www.rehabstudio.com) in London.

Read the blog post about this interview: https://blog.feryn.eu/peter-gasston-commoditization-of-artificial-intelligence. The video is up on Youtube: https://youtu.be/_qremcORl9A

This interview was recorded in Rome at Codemotion 2016 (http://www.codemotionworld.com) where Peter presented his "OK Computer" presentation (https://speakerdeck.com/stopsatgreen/ok-computer-codemotion-rome) about the Commoditization of Artificial Intelligence.

We talk about how improved algorithms and the availability of massive computing power due to maturity of Cloud Computing has boosted Artificial Intelligence in a very profound way.

Both major players (Facebook, Google, Microsoft, IBM) and smaller startups can leverage the Cloud for machine learning and offer added value through easy-to-use customer-facing APIs.

Most implementations focus on natural language understanding and computer vision. Here's a list of tools, services and APIs that were mentioned in the interview and/or Peter's presentation.

https://wit.ai
https://cloud.google.com/vision/
http://www.ibm.com/smarterplanet/us/en/ibmwatson/what-is-watson.html
https://cognitoys.com
http://clarif.ai
https://www.metamind.io
http://www.skymind.io
https://www.projectoxford.ai

Thanks to machine learning and massive data processing, artificial intelligence is now a commodity: recognizing objects, locations and people on pictures. Or even understanding the meaning of a conversation.

► Subscribe to my Youtube channel - http://youtube.com/ThijsFeryn
► Listen to the podcast on iTunes - http://itunes.feryn.eu
► Follow me on Twitter - http://twitter.com/ThijsFeryn
► Read my blog - http://blog.feryn.eu
► Check my presentations - http://talks.feryn.eu
► Thanks to Combell for sponsoring the show - http://www.combell.com

Peter Gasston (https://twitter.com/stopsatgreen) is a front-end developer and web technologist that works for +rehabstudio (https://www.rehabstudio.com) in London.

Read the blog post about this interview: https://blog.feryn.eu/peter-gasston-commoditization-of-artificial-intelligence. The video is up on Youtube: https://youtu.be/_qremcORl9A

This interview was recorded in Rome at Codemotion 2016 (http://www.codemotionworld.com) where Peter presented his "OK Computer" presentation (https://speakerdeck.com/stopsatgreen/ok-computer-codemotion-rome) about the Commoditization of Artificial Intelligence.

We talk about how improved algorithms and the availability of massive computing power due to maturity of Cloud Computing has boosted Artificial Intelligence in a very profound way.

Both major players (Facebook, Google, Microsoft, IBM) and smaller startups can leverage the Cloud for machine learning and offer added value through easy-to-use customer-facing APIs.

Most implementations focus on natural language understanding and computer vision. Here's a list of tools, services and APIs that were mentioned in the interview and/or Peter's presentation.

https://wit.ai
https://cloud.google.com/vision/
http://www.ibm.com/smarterplanet/us/en/ibmwatson/what-is-watson.html
https://cognitoys.com
http://clarif.ai
https://www.metamind.io
http://www.skymind.io
https://www.projectoxford.ai

Thanks to machine learning and massive data processing, artificial intelligence is now a commodity: recognizing objects, locations and people on pictures. Or even understanding the meaning of a conversation.

► Subscribe to my Youtube channel - http://youtube.com/ThijsFeryn
► Listen to the podcast on iTunes - http://itunes.feryn.eu
► Follow me on Twitter - http://twitter.com/ThijsFeryn
► Read my blog - http://blog.feryn.eu
► Check my presentations - http://talks.feryn.eu
► Thanks to Combell for sponsoring the show - http://www.combell.com

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