The Poznan Open Source Meetup is a group for people who want to keep up with (and contribute to!) the most innovative and disruptive open source initiatives and projects the world of high tech has to offer.
Hence, meetups will address a variety of topics spanning from open source software and open research through open hardware, open FPGA and open silicon - and present the open source movement that is happening in increasingly important though less obvious areas such as AI and IoT.
Join us to discuss established open source projects as well as new developments and trends in open technologies that may be considered in many ways critical to the future: computer architectures, algorithmics and artificial intelligence, new programming paradigms and methods, continuous integration and test automation, or electronics design and hardware development.
You will learn about latest developments in some of the world’s most important and market-driving projects such as Zephyr, Linux, Android and ROS. You might want to become a builder of early implementations of the open RISC‑V or MIPS ISAs, or be working with AI, video processing and machine learning using tools such as Caffe, TensorFlow, and OpenCV.
Expect at least two technical presentations per meetup, followed by socializing and evening networking with drinks and refreshments.
Poznan Open Source Meetups are organized at the initiative and sponsorship of Antmicro.