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The week in cloud: IBM wants Watson to be a $10B-a-year and hopes consumer-facing applications to be a big part of that.
Louis Gerstner may have saved IBM, but he also endowed it with some bad habits that haunt it to this day, according to a new ebook by blogger Robert X. Cringely.
IBM announced the three winners of its Watson Mobile Developer Challenge on Tuesday, but the company will likely many, many more developers on on the platform if Watson is going to become a focal point of the company’s future.
How creative can a computer be? By teaching its Watson artificial intelligence system to recognize food, IBM is hoping to show that even though it’s a computer, Watson can also be creative.
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Manoj Saxena, the former head of IBM’s Watson business unit has joined The Entrepreneur’s Fund, a Silicon Valley venture firm that makes…
Health care startup Welltok, which has developed a platform to help consumers make wise choices about their health, has raised a $22…
IBM’s Watson has been helping clinicians diagnose ailments and bankers recommend the right products for customers, and with its latest job it will help brands provide better customer service and reach a wider audience.
IBM Fellows get access to all of IBM’s toys (maybe even Watson!) and, perhaps more importantly, a hotline to Ginni Rometty. That’s why analysis and risk whiz Neil Bartlett is so happy to join the club.
IBM’s always on the look out for new challenges for Watson to tackle. Two dozen teams of USC students recently had 48 hours to create their own business plans for the technology.
IBM’s Watson made waves in AI when it defeated a pair of champions on Jeopardy! Now, engineering students at RPI, Watson’s new home, hope to use the supercomputer to gain fresh insights into machine learning.
IBM’s latest “5 in 5” list picks technologies the IT giant feels will hit the mainstream in the next 5 years. Its 2012 choices all center on richer data input and output that give computers the ability to taste, smell, touch, and feel.
IBM’s Jeopardy-playing supercomputer Watson is now getting a gig in the retail banking sector as part of an IBM partnership with Citi. The many careers of Watson illustrate a very big technological and business opportunity — the rendering of big data into human scale.
IBM is showing off how its artificial intelligence system Watson can help retailers get smarter in dealing with consumers. IBM believes that Watson could be positioned as a phone customer service line, in-store kiosk or as a resource available through tablet-wielding store clerks.
Startup medical search company Apixio is trying to save lives by bringing machine-learning and natural-language-processing techniques to medical records, giving doctors a patient’s entire relevant medical history via a simple cloud-based search engine. The goal is to make information-sharing among medical providers far more intelligent.