The May edition of the TechLunch will be about the Internet of Things. What is this big network really capable of? Do I really need to connect my fridge to my toaster? What is the status on interoperability and fragmentation, what are the standards? How can I develop for it? How much does it cost? The "Internet of Things" seems such a buzzword, let's try to see what it really is about.
Our three speakers will be:
• Dustin Coates (Algolia) - Alexa, show me a good voice UI
• Gabor Pop (Actility) - Overview of IoT technologies with focus on Low Power Wide Area networks
• Jean-Philippe Encausse (VISEO Innovations) - From IoT (Internet of Things) to NUI (Native User Interface)
SARAH is an OpenSource project created in 2012 providing Speech, Faces, and Gesture Recognition for SmartHome. Here is the story of a little assistant, living aside Google, SIRI, Cortana and evolutions of Cognitive Services.
We will have three talks of 15mn each (with a 5mn break for questions in between), followed by a more casual networking time.
Note that this event is scheduled during lunch. We will have food for all the registered persons, but try not to be late so we do not waste.
Entrance will be at the corner of Rue St-Martin and Rue Pernelle, 4th floor.
Talks will be in English, recorded and published on YouTube afterwards.
If you have any food requirements, please let us know.
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