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International JavaScript Conference Munich 2023
 | 26.10.2023

Smarter Web Apps: Offline AI Capabilities in Your SPA

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a significant computing and software development trend. In this session, participants will learn how to integrate offline AI capabilities into their Single-Page Apps (SPA) using large language and stable diffusion models.

This is made possible by WebGPU, a bleeding-edge web technology that not only unlocks high-performance graphics rendering for the web but also allows executing machine learning models directly within the browser, even when the user is offline. This results in improved performance and reduced resource consumption and costs. However, as with any emerging technology, there are potential challenges, such as higher bandwidth consumption, limited browser support, and reduced accuracy.

Join Christian Liebel, a consultant at Thinktecture, in this session to understand which types of apps are best suited for this approach and where potential limitations may arise. By thoroughly understanding the benefits and drawbacks of integrating AI into SPAs, you will be able to decide if local AI models fit your needs.

Christian Liebel is consultant at Thinktecture, focuses on web standards and Progressive Web Applications, and is Thinktecture’s representative at the W3C.


International JavaScript Conference Munich 2023
- 27.10.23 
@ München
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