Many developers ask: “Watson sounds awesome. But what can I do with it?” The answer is: Pretty much whatever you can imagine. However, if you need a little more guided inspiration, check out these real-life, code-ready ideas. Then plan to attend Watson DevCon.
World of Watson kicks off on the 24th of October! Whether you’re going to be there in person or if you’re going to be joining the conference through the IBM app, we’ll be covering everything that you need to know about Bluemix and the conference right here. This post will whet your appetite for some of the sessions that are available to conference attendees and are special interest to Bluemix developers.
The countdown to the first-ever Watson Developer Conference is on. In less than one month, developers, students and entrepreneurs will be coming to the Innovation Hangar in San Francisco to learn how to drive innovation through cognitive app development. I’m here to give you a behind-the-scenes look.
On October 17th through October 20th, IBM and leaders across the IT industry will be at VMworld 2016 Europe in Barcelona, Spain to collaborate and get the latest insights on the industry. The conference in Barcelona promises no shortage of activities and excitement with topics from cloud, devops, automation, virtualization, and much more.
We, at Watson, have abstracted the complex machine learning away, empowering developers with APIs for more than 15 cognitive services publicly available on the Watson Developer Cloud. The widespread availability of state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms is fueling the rate at which novel applications are being developed. As a result, the future of this cognitive era will help solve even the most difficult problems.
From September 26th through the 29th the leaders in the financial services industry will convene in Geneva Switzerland at the Sibos conference to collaborate and take action in payments, securities, cash management and trade. IBM has paved the way in the financial services industry by helping clients create personalized experiences, balance costs with agility and improve risk management – and will showcase these capabilities and much more at the event.
As conference season gears up, most of us busy making plans and our shortlist for the rest of 2016. Much of that pre-planning involves securing the budget and making the business case for attendance. From actual conference cost to securing budget for travel, the road to getting sign off can be a tough one. Although often challenging, it is not impossible!