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Inspired by the show Black Mirror, Joel Lord set out to see if he could build an app to "rate" people. This talk is about all the tech he used to create it... and also on why you shouldn't build it.
How nice would it be to be able to remember everyone’s name? What if you could just walk into a room and know everyone’s Twitter handle? Kubernetes is a great tool that is being used more and more for deploying applications, and it can also be used in the context of machine learning. In this talk, Joel will demonstrate how to use NodeJs, a touch of machine learning and a sprinkle of Kubernetes to recognize people in a crowd.
With a demo inspired by the series Black Mirror, attendees will learn how to use openly available tools to do face recognition with NodeJs and how to deploy multiple microservices to Kubernetes.
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NodeJS, ML, K8s and Unethical Face Recognition
Joel Lord is passionate about web and technology in general. He likes to learn new things, but most of all, he wants to share his discoveries. He does so by travelling at various conferences all across the globe. He graduated from college in computer programming in the last millennium. Apart from a little break to get his BSc in computational astrophysics, he was always in the industry. As a developer advocate with Red Hat OpenShift, he meets with developers to help them make the web better by using best practices around Kubernetes.