Apparently, it is not Applish enough
The New York Times, which long ago sacrificed its technology journalistic credibility to hawk Apple products, has waded into the IBM supercomputer Watson.
IBM seeks to win over more AI customers
Big Blue has said that some of its Watson artificial intelligence services will work on rival cloud computing providers.
IBM is now offering a cloud-based service designed to detect bias in AI and bring transparency to how AI-powered systems make decisions.
Made a few mistakes
Hopes that AI might prove useful in medical diagnosis have received a bit of a set back after it was found that IBM's Watson supercomputer had been coming up with "multiple examples of unsafe and incorrect treatment recommendations".
IBM Think 2018: That is where AI can help
Ginni Rometty, the President and CEO of IBM, reminded us that the world we are living in has changed dramatically. Eighty percent of data created is not searchable and this is where AI can really help.
To build Mobile AI for the great unwashed
IBM has launched Watson Assistant, an artificial intelligence (AI) powered voice assistant for businesses to package to consumers.
Project Intu gets into embodied cognition
The ever-shrinking Big Blue is improving its cognitive computing efforts with the launch of a new system-agnostic platform called Project Intu.
Watson is all about human insight, discovery and advice
On Wednesday, IBM’s Chief Technology Officer Rob High gave a keynote speech with an emphasis on “cognitive computing” – another term for artificial intelligence, but with a goal of changing the role between humans and machines rather than recreating the human brain in machine form.