[Plone-AsiaPacific] 02/12 - *TUESDAY* Tennessee Leeuwenburg: A Python AI Project
djay at pretaweb.com
Thu Nov 27 22:49:19 UTC 2008
02/12 - Tennessee Leeuwenburg: A Python AI Project
Date & Time: 6:30PM (for a 7pm start) - 8:30PM Thuesday, 2nd Dec 2008
Meeting Type: Presentation + Beer
Venue: Google Australia, Level 18, Tower 1 Darling Park, 201 Sussex St,
Notes: meet in the foyer. If you are late call Dylan on 0421477460. After
the talk at google we'll go to the Dundee
36947208&dtab=0> Arms nearby for some beer.
on-ai-project> rsvp using this link if you intend to come. Numbers are
limited to the first 40 that rsvp.
Tennessee Leeuwenburg is a software developer for the Bureau of Meteorology,
a member of the Python Papers editorial team and has been working in Python
for around 5 years. His IT interests are in information management,
community engagement, artificial intelligence and Open Source in government.
His work at the Bureau is visible as automatically generated text weather
forecasts which appear on the Bureau of Meteorology website and are
distributed to news networks.
(contact tleeuwenburg at gmail.com)
Out-of-hours, Tennessee has been working on the underpinning for an AI
system based in Python, with lofty ambitions but only a pencil and napkin to
assist in development. He will be present his ideas for why another AI
project is necessary and the early technical designs for the system. Topics
covered will include: a brief overview of comparable projects; a discussion
of why the project is important; code architecture for the AI agent; and how
the project could be run.
He would like to use this session to expand his notes and refine the
technical ideas, so expect the discussion to go around the room as well as
coming from the front.
Technical Solutions Manager, Pretaweb.com
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