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IoT: Brillo and Weave A First Look

  • Apr 14, 2016 · 7:00 PM
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Featured speaker:

Allen Firstenberg (https://developers.google.com/experts/people/allen-firstenberg)

Brillo and Weave: A First Look At Google I/O 2015, Google announced it would be launching projects based around the Internet of Things. This January at the Ubiquity Developers Summit people got the first chance to learn about Weave, a communications protocol, and Brillo, an embedded operating system. At this presentation, we'll learn about how each of these projects work, why Google has launched them, and why you (as a manufacturer, developer, and consumer) should care. We'll even have a first look at some hardware and code using Brillo and Weave.

.Lightning Talk: Google Vision API Google has recently released the Google Vision API, allowing you to tap into Google's neural network to analyze your photos. The API provides a quick, network based, way to identify brand logos, landmarks, objects, facial features, facial reactions, and possibly NSFW images. If you've used Google Photos, you're already using similar technology, but now you can easily integrate it into your own project with just a few lines. We'll see how.

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  • Allen "Prisoner" F.

    Thanks for coming by, everyone! Hope it was useful to you, or at least piqued your interest. Feel free to contact me with any questions.

    You can find the slides from the presentation at http://prisoner.com/ubi/

    5 · April 15

  • Suman D.

    Mice

    April 14

  • Shanni

    The RSVP is closed...Is there any waiting list?

    March 31

    • Cooper V.

      Closed again - possible for me to hop on a waitlist?

      April 11

    • Dario L.

      Sorry, speaker needed to change date - will reopen shortly.

      April 11

  • Russell S.

    Hello where is this meet up located?

    March 15

  • atwente20

    Google's hiring software engineers across Search, Chrome, Geo and other major product areas. Message me if any interest!

    April 10

  • Suman D.

    Hey Dario, It is definitely not today?

    March 30

    • Dario L.

      Yes, new date is April 13

      March 30

    • Suman D.

      Awesome... thanks!! Looking forward to it.

      March 30

  • Don H.

    Dario, you are an expert in Java. How can you run a meeting without a location? If anyone has a place, please step up now.

    March 28

    • Dario L.

      Normally it wouldn't have been scheduled unless a location was confirmed. Several locations fell through at the last moment - but it'll be rescheduled asap.

      1 · March 29

  • A former member
    A former member

    I've been dabbling with the Google Vision API as well. A lightning talk would be interesting to me!

    2 · March 28

    • Allen "Prisoner" F.

      That's at least one vote. {: Tho if you've been dabbling with it, you can probably guess at least some of my presentation.

      2 · March 28

  • Don H.

    Russell, agree with you. Can organizer get the location at Google site?

    March 28

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