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Matrix of Detection, Computer Vision in browser, Client Side Storage: IndexedDB

3 more talks for April. 

Matrix of Detection by Eric Shepherd

Imagine a three-dimensional space created by X, Y, and Z axes. On the X axis, device detection determines the right quantity of code for the device; on the Y axis, resolution detection responds to the user's screen size; and on the Z axis, feature detection further tailors the experience to the browser's capabilities. With users located at points within this three-dimensional matrix, a single application can be served to everyone.


Computer vision and machine learning in the browser by Leonard Bogdonoff

A non-mathematician/non-pythonesta/beginner’s approach to HTML5 based javascript libraries that allow facial recognition, image content prediction, and other browser based machine learning/neural network application.

Overview of the HTML 5 client storage technologies by Deni Spasovski

An introduction to the HTML 5 storage technologies: WebStorage, IndexedDB and WebSQL. Brief overview of their API’s and cross browser support of each of the technologies.

6:30 - 7:00 PM Pizza + discussion 5th Floor, Self Conference Room
7:00 - 8:15 PM Talks + questions 4th Floor Auditorium
8:15 - Drinks at Heartland Brewery

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