Starting today, look for Watson Machine Learning under the Watson section.
We’d like to inform you about the deprecation of the SPSS Streams Service functionality. The SPSS Streams Service dashboard is going away, but the functionality will be available in the IBM Watson Machine Learning service’s dashboard.
Taming your neural networks: how controlled experimentation can help you build better machine learning models
Businesses today are eager to harness machine learning and deep learning for competitive advantage—yet few businesspeople realize that building a machine learning model or neural network is a marathon, not a sprint.
Thank you for being a part of our community of valued users! We've listened and taken action to provide more flexible compute options for analyzing your data plus training and scoring your models. To support this, we will be releasing new and updated pricing and packaging that delivers more flexible compute options for analyzing your data. To find out more, review this link starting March 1, 2019 for more information about the exciting new plans being released!
Like the other Watson services, IBM Watson Machine Learning is available on Bluemix, IBM’s open cloud development platform. If you haven't already tried it — or you have and want to see how WML improves upon it — head over to IBM Data Science Experience to check out this exciting new capability!
IBM Watson Machine Learning is a managed-service that helps data scientists and developers work together to integrate predictive analytics into their applications. Through integration with IBM SPSS Modeler and IBM Data Science Experience, data scientists can train and build models while developers can deploy those models to generate predictions for machine learning powered applications.
With over 500 companies developing cognitive systems, we’re seeing patterns emerge around the creation of cognitive systems at the business unit, business process, and application levels. By selecting a subset of these companies to compare, we can see a few of the leading business units and processes that are going cognitive. These topics and more were covered in the recent Emerging Cognitive Patterns webinar.