The local Google Developers Group chapter held a Taking the Temperature of Tensorflow meetup yesterday where they asked me to introduce Google's AIY Vision Kit. The kit, now available at Target Stores, is a low-cost ($90), developer friendly development kit designed to make machine learning tangible for makers and STEM
I joined Tsahi's webinar to discuss some WebRTC developer and adoption statics and intro this year's Kranky Geek event in San Franscisco.
Check this out: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/webrtc-stats-ahead-of/register
At this year's Astricon in Orlando, I spoke about WebRTC and what's next now that it has effectively won as the universal VoIP tech. In my presentation, I also addressed questions that focus on on WebRTC for open source telephony developers.
I was exited to attend and speak at Kamailio World in Berlin this year. In addition to checking out Kamailio's growing open source community, I talked about WebRTC's adoption status, key considerations, and what's next for the technology.
See the video here:
And view the slides here: