Watson Knowledge Studio (WKS) is now available with a Lite Plan, as part of IBM Cloud's Lite Accounts that never expire and don't need payment information. If you are involved with analyzing text data and have never used WKS or if you had signed up to use the Free Plan of WKS on IBM Cloud, you should read this!
This post is an excerpt from our recent solution tutorial with step-by-step instructions showing how easy it is to quickly create a voice-enabled Android-native chatbot with Watson Assistant, Text to Speech, Speech to Text and mobile analytics services on IBM Cloud.
Typically the large volumes of calls handled by a call centre are recorded. Calls are recorded for training purposes, quality control or for regulatory/compliance reasons. While organizations often store large volumes of call recordings, they've no means to extract value from these calls without turning to humans to actively listen to the recordings. The Call Analytics with Watson asset aims to address this challenge providing the capability to analyse call recordings with Watson.
We are excited to announce that IBM Watson Knowledge Catalog is now available in the United Kingdom region! This means our customers now have the choice to catalog and access their data and AI assets within the UK London region if they have data residency requirements.
Starting today, look for Watson Machine Learning under the Watson section.
Today, we are enhancing our product to accelerate the value of AI in your companies and announcing Watson Studio.
Today we are announcing that IBM Data Catalog will be renamed IBM Watson Knowledge Catalog.
Many organizations want to test AI and explore its benefits, and the reason is simple: AI will be a major competitive differentiator. In the next few years, organizations that have an AI strategy are likely to disrupt those that don't.
Recently, I introduced you to a new tutorial for a database-driven Slackbot. Today, I am going to discuss security details, how the IBM Watson Conversation service is accessing a Db2 Warehouse service from within a dialog. It uses a serverless setup with IBM Cloud Functions. All the necessary credentials to execute the code and to access the Db2 database are automatically bound. Hence, the function code and the dialog don't need any account-specific changes and are generic.