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World Summit AI 2018

Kernix blog - 25 Jan 2019
Last 10th October the World Summit in Artificial Intelligence took place at Amsterdam with more than 4000 attendees, doubling the number of attendees from last year. This annual event bring together practitioners, influencers and users of applied artificial intelligence.

Open data sets sources

Medium - 12 Oct 2018
Data is the main element in every project of the Startup Weekend in Artificial Intelligence. This article presents a top down view of some of the most important datasets sources available in the web.

Paris, the site of an AI Renaissance

Medium - 2 May 2018
As the world has entered into a new era of technological transition, Paris is leading the way for France, and on the race to gain back the delay and learn from its mistakes, erasing 30 years of underperformance in innovation.It’s time to be facing the issues we’re addressing today (labor market, industry shifts, brain drain, policy, ethics, democratisation..) and shape the future as we know it, and one that we all want to live in.

The year for chatbot industrialisation

Medium - 31 May 2018
The word Chatbot has been trending since 2016, when Facebook launched their messenger bots, and since then we’ve seen an increased interest in developing this new way of interaction with the technology.

System monitoring with Grafana, InfluxDB et Collectd

Medium - 15 Aug 2018
System monitoring is important to understand the global performance of a machine. For instance, unix systems provide command lines tools like top, free or df. Which gives simple and accurate functionalities but it lacks of a global vision, like the one that that we can have in a dashboard.

World Summit AI 2017

Kernix blog - 22 Nov 2017
Last 11 and 12 October, the Kernix Lab was in Amsterdam to be a part of the World's Tech AI Summit thanks to the job done with Global Startup Weekend AI. This event brought together over a hundred of the leading experts in artificial intelligence with more than 2000 of the world's most active AI explorers.

A fish tale into data science

Kernix blog - 23 June 2017
We took a kaggle competition as a trial project to help us acquire an experience in real world data issues without too much hassle on cleaning and getting the data. The objective of this competition is to contribute to fisheries monitoring by finding the best algorithm classifying into seven species pictures caught from fishing boats.