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IBM continues to use their technology to take over the world. First Watson became a Jeopardy champion and later the company started pushing their solution to assist doctors in the medical world. Now it appears...
Watson’s goal to take over the world is continuing. IBM’s supercomputer first took out top Jeopardy contestants earlier this year. Now, according to USA Today, Watson is preparing to be used in the medical field...
As Watson utterly destroyed Jeopardy’s two reigning human champions at their own game, the tech world applauded IBM’s creation, but the applause was tempered by an almost palpable sense of anxiety. It’s that looking-over-the-precipice feeling...
"Elementary, my dear Watson." IBM's supercomputer, named Watson in honor of IBM founder Thomas J. Watson, bested star Jeopardy contestants Brad Rutter and Ken Jennings and it wasn't even close. Watson ended the day with...
IBM plans to officially announce the creation of a new supercomputer later today, and is expected to rank as one of the fastest on the planet. The new supercomputer, named the Watson Blue...
Just occasionally, Microsoft seems to do something that's absolutely spot on. This time it has taken advantage of something that it has built up over years of experience with: dealing with error reports. The firm...