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    Developing new offerings is easier and faster for Kuma Games.
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    IBM's cognitive computing system is taking on a new language.
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A constant state of innovation

Digital is the wires, but digital intelligence, or artificial intelligence as some people call it, is about much more than that. This next decade is about how you combine those and become a cognitive business. It’s the dawn of a new era.

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World computer downtime
World Community Grid uses idle computers to solve problems quickly and free.
Sophia Tu explains

Tiny sentries for food safety
Using DNA and analytics, scientists hope that microbes will alert them to contamination in food.
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Murder mysteries
Meet IBM Fellow Donna Dillenberger, who reads computer data dumps like mystery novels, trying to find what “murdered” the bad data.
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Now for analytics
These days Dr. Chitra Dorai focuses on analytics, but in her 18-year career with IBM she’s worked on lots of other “important problems.”
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Analyzing skin cancer
IBM Research and Memorial Sloan Kettering are working to have cognitive computing analyze images of skin lesions, helping clinicians identify various cancerous disease states.
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Technology and education
Research scientist Komminist “Kommy” Weldemariam believes that using cognitive, mobile, and analytics technologies, educators can identify which Kenyan schools and even which students are most vulnerable to fail.
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