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Since it’s humble beginnings in the 2006 AWS has led Cloud computing and revolutionized how we do IT.
Every year there are scores of new services, incremental improvements to existing ones and traditionally difficult problems made simple.
Proficiency in AWS is almost a guarantee to an excellent career and handsome salary.
Visual recognition is one key area of AI and in mid-2018 AWS released an intriguing Linux-based solution, DeepLens. It is thoroughly integrated with the AWS infrastructure and opens up fascinating avenues in AI for the adventurous!
Tonight we are incredibly lucky to have the renowned expert Ric Harvey explaining AI and DeepLens.
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18:00 Doors open.
18:15 Everyone seated.
18:20 Welcome by Brian Byrne.
18:25 AWS, AI and DeepLens part 1 with Ric Harvey.
19:15 Refreshment break, pizzas thanks to Ric!
19:30 AWS, AI and DeepLens part 2 with Ric Harvey.
20:15 Short break
20:25 Chalk Talk (questions and answers) with Ric.
20:45 Community slot and free raffle.
21:00 Continue the AI discussion in the Skills Matter bar over a soft drink.
[NB: The agenda is subject to change and revision, timings may change.]
1. Speakers’ biography
Ric Harvey is a Technical Evangelist at AWS. He has a long career in operations and development using cloud technologies. Coupled with his passion for community and open source, he enjoys sharing this knowledge and engaging with audiences.
Ric Harvey on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ric__harvey
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