WebSummit Lisbon 2017

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Following the success of debuting the A.I. E-commerce Store at Collision Conference in New Orleans early this year, TechBubble Technologies proudly took the Artificial Intelligence Assistants A.I E-Commerce Store and TASS PVL project to WebSummit 2017 in Lisbon.

Web Summit started as a simple idea in 2010: Let’s connect the technology community with all industries, both old and new. It seemed to resonate. Web Summit has grown to become the “largest technology conference in the world”. Web Summit is organised by the organisers of Collision Conference where we first debuted the A.I. E-commerce Store.

The event was a huge success and we engaged 1000's of developers and businesses during the three days of the event. The debut of TASS PVL was a very important stage in the journey of its development and we are happy to say that there was a massive amount of interest in the project. With the A.I. E-commerce, we had been working on bugs and new features since our return from Collision Conference, and are equally happy to see how much the system has evolved in such a short time, and how well it was consumed during Web Summit.

Our participation in this event has been sponsored by Intel through our role as Intel Software Innovators, Taksa and Dragon Stack. A big thank you to our sponsors for their support with our projects, and a big thank you to Jen from Caffelli for all of her help.

To see how the A.I. E-Commerce store will help your business, visit our demo site.

To make your own A.I. computer vision assistant, check out our tutorials on GitHub.


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