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#Event – Less than 7 days to #Minecraft for Developers: Learning to Rock, Code and advanced #ArtificialIntelligence

#Event – Less than 7 days to #Minecraft for Developers: Learning to Rock, Code and advanced #ArtificialIntelligence

Hi! Friendly reminder for next week event on AI. My friends of the Canada Technology Triangle. Net User Group give me the opportunity to mix in a single session some amazing topics like Rock and Roll, Minecraft and Artificial Intelligence. Until today, I know what to share on how to use Minecraft to teach how … Continue reading #Event – Less than 7 days to #Minecraft for Developers: Learning to Rock, Code and advanced #ArtificialIntelligence

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#AI – Open Neural Network Exchange, Facebook and Microsoft help us to change between different AI Frameworks #ONNX

#AI – Open Neural Network Exchange, Facebook and Microsoft help us to change between different AI Frameworks #ONNX

Hi! When a platform or technology begins to be popular, it often happens that Frameworks supporting this technology begin to appear as mushrooms in a wet forest in spring. JavaScript may be the best example of this. Well, the same thing is happening in the world of artificial intelligence. The most common tools I found that … Continue reading #AI – Open Neural Network Exchange, Facebook and Microsoft help us to change between different AI Frameworks #ONNX

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#Event – Improving Performance using Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and IoT

#Event – Improving Performance using Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and IoT

Hi! Super busy week and almost no posts at all, and next week will be similar. Mostly because I’ve already have booked a couple of very cool client meetings and I’m also going to be in Calgary hosting a session on the [2018 BLOCKCHAIN, IOT & MACHINE LEARNING IN OIL & GAS CANADA]. Session details: … Continue reading #Event – Improving Performance using Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and IoT

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#Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (5 on N)

#Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (5 on N)

Hi! Now that I have written about how to use C # with Visual Studio 2017 to connect an Alexa Skill with an EndPoint in Azure, I think it’s time to share some contents which should be at the beginning of the series: How to design and plan user interactions with Alexa Of course, I … Continue reading #Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (5 on N)

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#Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (4 de N)

#Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (4 de N)

Hi! In the last post comment how to try a Skill using the traditional interface that is provided in the edition of an Alexa Skill. Well, another option that we have in Beta mode is [Test Simulator] This new interface allows us to make a couple of interesting actions. On the one hand, it allows … Continue reading #Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (4 de N)

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#Event – #Minecraft for Developers: Learning to Rock, Code and advanced AI

#Event – #Minecraft for Developers: Learning to Rock, Code and advanced AI

Hi! It’s time to add some additional flavor into the usual Artificial Intelligence for business applications. This time, my friends of the Canada Technology Triangle. Net User Group give me the opportunity to mix in a single session some amazing topics like Rock and Roll, Minecraft and Artificial Intelligence. Until today, I know what to … Continue reading #Event – #Minecraft for Developers: Learning to Rock, Code and advanced AI

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#Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (3 on N)

#Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (3 on N)

Hi ! In the previous post describe the steps necessary to create a WebSite that interacts with an Alexa Skill. The next step is to publish the website in Azure. There are many tutorials on how to do this, so I will not write the necessary steps (see references) In my case I published my … Continue reading #Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (3 on N)

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#Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (2 de N)

#Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (2 de N)

Hi! Well, in today’s post we will see how to create an Azure API App, which we will then use as an Alexa Skill backend that we created in the previous post. Tommy describes in an excellent way how to create a website and prepare him to work with Alexa Skill in this post (link). … Continue reading #Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (2 de N)

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#Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (1 de N)

#Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (1 de N)

Hi! After a couple of weeks of events where Artificial Intelligence was one of the topics I talk and share the most, it’s time to write step by step on: How to create an Alexa Skill for Amazon Echo and connect it with a WebSite in Azure The people at Amazon are nicer than hot … Continue reading #Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (1 de N)

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#Humor – 2 x 1 on #JavaScript

#Humor – 2 x 1 on #JavaScript

Hi ! I really don’t like Javascript and this week I found this 2 amazing ones somewhere on the Internet!   Greetings @ Canada El Bruno

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