Red Hat’s AI Center of Excellence and PerceptiLabs wanted a way to demonstrate a TensorFlow model to the public during the 2019 Red Hat Summit. The plan was for this model to take images as input, and then respond with the likelihood of a Red Hat fedora being in that image. Here’s what we learned during Red Hat Summit.
This application, which we called Fedora Finder Bot, would be featured during Red Hat CTO Chris Wright’s keynote, where PerceptiLabs demoed their AI platform.
Our initial solution for this objective would be a Twitter bot that receives tweets or direct messages and replies with the output from the TensorFlow model. Twitter being a public service, we felt it could make the model available to a large number of users, so that any user could just tweet to the bot with a picture and the bot would respond with the model’s output.
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