Posts Tagged 'IBM Watson'

Cognitive Clouds for IBM Bluemix from Cognitive Scale

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CognitiveScale Cognitive Scale has launched what it says is the first standards-based, industry- and process-centric cognitive cloud that will run on the IBM Bluemix platform. Bluemix is a standards-based cloud platform for building, managing and running applications of all types. It is the third platform as a service running Cognitive Scale’s cognitive clouds, the others being Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud.

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IBM Offers a Data Tool for the Mainstream, With Watson’s Help

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Developing technology is one thing; democratizing it is another. The latter involves finding the innovation that opens the door to widespread adoption with usefulness and usability.

In the personal computer era, it was the spreadsheet that transformed a hobbyists’ plaything into a must-have machine in corporate America. In mobile computing, it was Apple’s iPhone that brought the smartphone to the masses, establishing a new model for the gadgets as both smart and easy to use. In the era of big data, ...

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IBM’s New Computer Chip Thinks Like a Human

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Advances in computer technology have become the norm. And as more and more data is collected from a myriad of sources, companies have come to realize the value of using all that information in a multitude of ways. Facebook collects reams of data, and has mastered the art of using it, to better target its ads. And much of the tech sector is racing to both collect and use data to interconnect all facets of our lives — cars, homes, ...

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