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In this workshop, we will give you a short overview about some of the capabilities of IBM Watson. Learn how to create a simple AI app with IBM Watson Visual Recognition to classify images or recognize objects. We will take a look at built-in models of Watson Visual Recognition and start to train our own model.
Alternatively, workshop attendees can also configure a virtual assistant with IBM Watson Assistant to automate conversations, for example for your customer service.
No programming skills required. Please bring your laptop to the workshop and create an IBM Cloud account in advance or apply for Startup with IBM. You can find a detailed description here: http://ibm.biz/start-call-ws-requirements
You will learn a little bit about the history of the industry, the technology and chemistry of 3D printing, it's possibilities and limitations.
The practical part will be on post-processing the printed details (we will bring them with us) and taking those home as souvenirs.
How to find Product/Market Fit? Which tools can you use to validate your product and business model hypothesis?
Saskia Sefranek shares her experience from the signals Pre-Seed Program, where she is supporting early-stage founders with an equity-free Founder Fellowship and the potential for subsequent pre-seed funding of up to €250k.
She has 8 years of startup experience – being a founder, venture developer and investment manager.
Code and design your landing page with Le Wagon, the #1 coding bootcamp.
In this workshop, you will code and design your own landing page using HTML/CSS & Bootstrap. Together, we will cover different design pro-tips to find icons, fonts or colours.
Creandum is a leading European Venture Capital firm, with offices in Stockholm, Berlin and San Francisco and early investor in Spotify, Klarna, iZettle, Kry and many more.
Julian, Analyst in the Berlin Office, will speak about how he assesses startups.
This will be helpful for:
- People trying to break into Venture Capital
- Entrepreneurs which want to understand how VCs assess their startups
- Generally people who are interested in investing/venture capital
How to raise your own venture capital fund (whilst being at university): First Momentum Ventures is an early stage tech VC investing 20k - 150k EUR into the most promising founders of tomorrow and supporting them to achieve their vision.
In this talk we will tell our story on how we build our own venture capital fund with all the ups and downs. Furthermore we will cover some parts of our day to day life: how to detect opportunities, how to build a company and finally how to invest in startups. A journey from chasing an opportunity to managing several million euros.
Creating your own business after finishing University takes courage and persistence.
Andreas Schneider, one of Vimcar's founders, relates to his own experiences and interactively advises which hurdles you'll need to overcome to set foot in Germany's StartUp scene.
Who is it best suited for?
- Students with an idea or aspiring entrepreneurs
- International students/Expats who would like to know the opportunities in Germany