So we took the now “World Famous” (possible exaggeration) AI Smart Coffee app to CiscoLive Barcelona and it was a blast!
Using a combination of Cisco Webex Teams, Google Cloud Vision, Kubernetes ,IFTT and some creativity, we analysed 837 faces, served 837 custom cups of coffee, and met 837 happy customers.
CLEUR Fatigue and Caffeine
There was a great buzz around the booth and our team of moderately trained “baristas” kept crowds entertained, educated and caffeinated. We even wore aprons!
We saw science at work! Average fatigue levels rose from the morning to afternoon, and there was a marked rise from Monday to Thursday after four days of learning and four evenings of entertainment. People came back multiple times to see how their faces were faring during the week. Some tried to trick the system with smiles, frowns, lighting and makeup.
This is a Rock Star
This was a glitch. This man is not 54%
Try and Smile
You wake up on a Tuesday Morning. Bed hair and eyes still slightly out of focus. What you need at that precise moment is an app, that takes your photo, sends it to Google Vision, runs some analytics on your beautiful face to determine your emotional state, stress and fatigue levels, then dispense a calculated amount of caffeine via your IoT connected Coffee Machine, Not got that app? Well, we do!
The Cisco team in Tokyo built this powerful solution to demonstrate the integration of Cisco Webex, Hyperflex and GCP. (Don’t expect it on the Cisco GPL anytime soon though).
Pedro and Stuart. Human Barista APIs.
We had a blast at GoogleNEXT! Cisco had a big booth showcasing DEVNET, Cisco Hybrid Cloud Platform, Stealthwatch for GCP along with our super coffee app. I did not get to one session because we were so busy at the booth, which was disappointing and great at the same time, as it does show how relevant we are to this community.
Rise of the Developer