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IBM evolves Watson to create intelligent enterprise assistant

IBM has announced it will transform its Watson computing platform into an intelligent assistant for enterprises. The company said it will deliver conversational interfaces that combine AI and the cloud, helping businesses "transform customer experiences."

10th anniversary of CIX summit puts focus on AI

This year’s Canadian Innovation Exchange brought together business leaders and innovators to celebrate the unique opportunities present in Canada. Unsurprisingly, artificial intelligence was at the forefront of a lot of the conversations that took place

Machine learning assists with healthcare cancer screening

IBM’s supercomputer Watson, which is capable of complex artificial intelligence, has made progress in the scanning and detection of cancer. This development is set to aid the healthcare community and its an example of the digitization of healthcare.

IBM's Watson assists with cancer screening

Jupiter Medical Center in Florida has adopted IBM's supercomputer Watson for its oncology service, becoming the first hospital to so. The artificial intelligence platform will aid in cancer treatment decisions by providing doctors with data insights.

Review: ‘Morgan’ treads in the deep before moving to shallower territory Special

‘Morgan’ is a sci-fi thriller that spends some time debating the ethics and rights of its characters before activating its action mode.

Op-Ed: Ads you can talk to? IBM’s Watson vs online marketing

Sydney - If you, like the rest of the human race, are less than thrilled with online ads, and even less impressed with their targeting, things may be about to change. IBM's cognitive system Watson is about to "humanize" online advertising.

Op-Ed: IBM Cognitive Cooking — Watson turns chef?

Sydney - IBM’s cognitive computing is a new area of computing. The software learns. Watson has been variously described as the most undersold idea of all time, a major innovation… etc., etc. “Undersold” is my take on it.

Paging Dr. Watson: IBM supercomputer to enter medicine field

Armonk - Watson, the IBM supercomputer who answered "Jeopardy" questions with precise accuracy and at rapid-fire speeds, is now becoming a doctor. Watson is soon to become a bedside medical assistant to help medical professionals.
 

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Mark Teerlink Chief Business Strategist for IBM Watson Group.
Mark Teerlink Chief Business Strategist for IBM Watson Group.

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