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  • IBM's Cognitive Concierge, powered by Watson

    IBM's Cognitive Concierge, powered by Watson


    Date added: 2017-08-30


    IBM's Cognitive Concierge powered by Watson enhances the fan experience by enabling a natural language interface for answering questions about dining, scores, schedules, and merchandise (credit: IBM)

     

     

     



  • IBM Debuts Cognitive Highlights at the 2017 US Open Tennis Tournament

    IBM Debuts Cognitive Highlights at the 2017 US Open Tennis Tournament


    Date added: 2017-08-30


    US Open taps new AI solutions from IBM Research and IBM iX to automatically generate match and player highlights

     

     

     



  • MIT Technology Review Honors Two IBM Researchers on Annual Innovators Under 35 List

    MIT Technology Review Honors Two IBM Researchers on Annual Innovators Under 35 List


    Date added: 2017-08-16


    Two IBM researchers – Drs. Abdigani Diriye (left) and Fabian Menges (right) – have been recognized as honorees on the Innovators Under 35 list released today by MIT Technology Review. For over a decade, the global media company has recognized a list of exceptionally talented technologists whose work has great potential to transform the world. (Caption: IBM Research)

     

     



  • IBM Achieves New Deep Learning Breakthrough

    IBM Achieves New Deep Learning Breakthrough


    Date added: 2017-08-08


    A team of IBM scientists, led by IBM Fellow Hillery Hunter (pictured), invented breakthrough Deep Learning software and posted record test results showing a leap forward in performance that reduces the wait-time associated with Deep Learning training from days or hours to minutes or seconds. IBM's new Deep Learning software can to enable many advances, such as faster, more accurate analysis of medical images or improved fraud detection or enhanced speech recognition in mobile phones and AI assistants. (Credit: IBM)

     

     

     




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