Tag: IBM

New Report: Ten Innovations That Should Drive Collaboration Technology

Ten Innovations That Should Drive Collaboration Technology Download Ten Innovations That Should Drive Collaboration Technology here:  This report outlines ten areas of technology innovation led by a variety of vendors. None of the areas mentioned here have become fully realized, nor do any of them currently dominate the requirements of organizations seeking to acquire or.

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Industry Brief: IBM Watson Academic Initiative

Download the PDF here.   Additional and related research: https://www.seriousinsights.net/what-we-wont-learn-from-ibms-watson-playing-jeopardy/ https://www.seriousinsights.net/watson-and-jeopardy/ http://www.kmworld.com/Articles/Editorial/Features/Analytics-FOR-THE-REST-OF-US-94274.aspx [divider] What is it?   The Watson Academic Initiative offers collaborative investments of time and resources between IBM and universities designed to encourage learning through experimentation and application of IBM’s Watson cognitive computing platform. This program is an extension of the IBM Academic.

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How to To Hold IT Analyst Calls with More Impact

This morning, the IBM Websphere executive team (Nancy Pearson, Marie Wiek, and Beth Smith) offered IT industry analysts a summary of the latest developments from their IMPACT 2011 conference. Although well produced, as expected from IBM, the jargon filled presentation left business-focused analysts with the impression that the IBM team felt it was still 1985.

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Watson and Jeopardy and Why I’m Only Marginally Impressed

Well, Watson beat human its human competitors on Jeopardy, but I think the challenge Ken Jennings gave to IBM today sums up the one-trick pony aspect of Watson: Let put it on Dancing with the Stars to see what it can really do. Watson, could not see, nor hear, and it could not write, let.

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