cognitive

Augmented reality a new horizon through multi sensory learning

The above Chinese Proverb expresses what multi sensory learning is all about in three lines. The human brain has evolved to learn and operate optimally in multi sensory environments. Hence, when we engage more senses, more cognitive connections and associations are made and this helps to further process new information. In fact, we learn “better” using multiple senses at once. It's logical! Let’s use Dragon Creative Enterprise Solutions Ltd. (DCESL) to help us build some new cognitive connections of our own.

Create Swift-based mobile apps with IBM Watson services, part 3: Text to Speech

In this blog, we will focus on the third and final tutorial on using the Text to Speech service.

Create Swift-based mobile apps with IBM Watson services, part 2: Visual Recognition

In the first post of this series we covered the first tutorial which extends a Swift-based, cognitive mobile app using the Alchemy API. Now we will focus on the second tutorial and how you can use the Visual Recognition service.

Create Swift mobile apps with IBM Watson services, part 1: Sentiment Analysis

Learn how to build Swift-based, cognitive mobile applications using the Watson services on Bluemix. Alchemy API, Visual Recognition and Speech to Text.

IBM at Devoxx US 2017!

From Antwerp to London, Devoxx events are well known for delivering some of the best content and experiences for developers. IBM is proud to be the Diamond Sponsor of the inaugural Devoxx US Conference, March 21-23, 2017 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, CA.

Watson Discovery – General Availability

Watson Discovery Service is now available. Powered by Watson APIs, it gives developers the fastest path to build cognitive apps that extract value from structured and unstructured data.