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Date: Wednesday, Jun 12, 2019
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: TEK Systems, first-floor conference room, 700 N.Hurstbourne Pkwy. (Steel Technologies Bldg.)

John Sawaya will tell us about some aspects of his PhotoGPG Android app. (Click 'More' or see below for a full description.

I'm preparing a short presentation/demo for the June meeting and would like to ask a question - which of the following topics are people interested in:
  • We can review PhotoPGP - my Android app that integrates OpenPGP encryption with many advanced features [like clustering similar images by color histograms using apache.commons.math DBSCANClusterer]. or we could talk about other aspects of Android development and system architecture. [~20 min.]
  • We can see how Gnu Privacy Guard (gpg) runs on Android, and create a secure key with the fastest crypto algorithm available - Elliptic Curve Diffie-Hellman, ECDH (curve25519). These new keys are supported by PhotoPGP, along with the more traditional RSA 4096 bit keys. [~5 minutes]
  • I'm also integrating AI tools with PhotoPGP. We can demo a few Tensor Flow Lite sample apps, or the Termux app using emacs to configure apache2 cgi scripts that call SWI-Prolog, all running on Android. IBM Watson uses prolog (an inference engine) - we could walk through a few simple prolog examples. [~20 min.]

Any preference on topics?

John Sawaya

On 05/30/2019 11:39 PM, John Vornberger wrote:

Hi John,

I'm up for whatever the group wants to see. I think the AI tools/PhotoPGP integration sounds interesting.

John V.

On 05/31/2019 07:37 AM, Dave Campbell wrote:
i'm personally biased to the AI topics, but all seem worthy. thanks for your efforts.

On 05/31/2019 08:01 AM, Jeff Squyres wrote:
Hi John --

My vote would be to start with the basics: GPG on Android. Then do the photo + AI stuff in future meetings.

On 05/31/2019 10:36 AM, Shane Kimble wrote:
My vote is to start simple with GPG, how it works on Android, and then check out PhotoPGP (~25 min + ?s).

I love seeing the enthusiasm for AI in this thread. For those of you interested in more AI topics, especially explained less technically and at a high level, check at the new Lou-AI Meetup Group:

On 05/31/2019 10:47 AM, Bill Engebretson wrote:
I would like the development stuff first, then AI, then photo stuff. From general to particular.

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