05/03/2017 | Boston Convention & Exhibition Center Boston, MA
In this session, we’ll use a cluster of Raspberry Pis running Azul’s Zulu embedded JVM to build our very own brain. This will use a variety of programming techniques and open source libraries to emulate a brain in learning and adapting to data that is provided to it to solve problems. Since the Raspberry Pi makes connecting sensors straightforward we’ll include some of these to provide external stimulus to our artificial brain.
We’ll conclude with a demonstration of our brain in action learning and adapting to a variety of input data.