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Learn About Using IBM Watson And The Power Of AI In Delphi And C++Builder

Take your Delphi and C++Builder projects to the next level using the IBM Watson REST API, a collaborative environment with AI tools that you can use to deploy machine learning models and training data.

In this webinar, you can learn how to use IBM Watson APIs to make AI applications with your Delphi or C++ Builder applications.

Overview of this session:

  • Delphi & C++ Builder Integration with Web and REST Services
    • HTTP native client library
    • SOAP clients
    • REST clients
    • BaaS clients
    • Cloud API
  • IBM Watson AI Services
    • Visual Recognition
    • Tone Analysis (Natural Language Classification)
    • Watson Machine Learning

What you can do with Watson APIs

  • Speech to Text – Text to Speech
  • NLP
  • Knowledge Studio
  • Visual Recognition
  • Language Translator
  • Language Classifier
  • AI for IT Operations
  • AI for Customer Service
  • and more

Infuse AI in your Delphi and C++ Builder applications to make more accurate predictions, automate processes, and decisions.

Be sure to watch the whole session to learn the demos in action and learn best practices!


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About author

Software Developer | B.Tech-CSE at AUT | Delphi/C++ Builder Enthusiast | Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador | Microsoft Azure Certified | Udacity Alumni
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