Monthly Archives: April 2016

Trials of training a Teddy Bear to understand what I ask

Recently I rewrote my Teddy Bear demo. The first version was Alex, who prompted the child about their emotions in a rather crude way. Turn a dial to select the option, and then press a button to commit that emotion … Continue reading

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LED Pin: Displaying the stats on a wearable, Part II

Last week I showed how to deploy a Node-RED application that analyzed the tone of tweets using the Watson Tone Analyzer. The results were displayed on a webpage. In this blog post, we’ll connect the Node-RED application to the Watson … Continue reading

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