In Peter's spare time projects he recently realized the power of machine learning, turning a good solution into a great, by automating tedious or seemingly impossible manual tasks. In this talk Peter will tell the story about how he applied machine learning to enhance the user experience of data entry and search using natural language processing and face recognition in one of the spare time projects, a large crowd sourced wiki. The results of those enhancements exceeded his wildest expectations.
Peter Heiberg is a seasoned software developer with a passion for sharing knowledge. He has been working as a consultant at 1337 the last 12 years. Peter has spent the last two decades developing line of business applications in the day and coding for fun on his spare time in various projects.
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