Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at 6:30:00 PM Google Fiber Space Lounge 1814 Westport Road, Kansas City, MO

AI was a big part of the announcements at Google I/O. If you watched the keynote or any of the sessions, you probably heard someone mention the Google Assistant or Actions on Google. Whether you have or haven't, we're going to discuss how to make a simple voice interaction for the Assistant and look at some deeper use cases for the platform.

Both technical and non-technical attendees can build Google Assistant apps! The title of this event is intentionally not "Developing for the Google Assistant" because a basic interaction takes no code. is one of the most common conversational language processing platforms used when creating applications and interactions for the Google Assistant.

Feel free to look at and Actions on Google before the meetup. Attendees are more than welcome to present any applications they've built for the Google Assistant or any other AI platform for imaginary bonus points.

• Networking at 6:00 
• Event starts at 6:30
    - Lightning talks: short discussions/presentations on anything from the audience
    - Creating Interactions for the Google Assistant

There will be pizza, swag, and giveaways, so don't miss it!


What are my parking options at the event?
Parking is limited and first come first serve at the Google Fiber Space - 1814 Westport Road. Street parking is available on nearby side streets (Bell St, Genessee St, Wyoming St) as well on Westport Road. We ask you do not park in the church lot to the East, adjacent lot to the Google Fiber parking space. Thanks!

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