Watson Retrieve and Rank and Document Conversion services will be permanently sunset on October 3, 2018. Switch now to Watson Discovery!
You spoke, we listened! In response to feedback from our customers, we are rolling out new pricing plans for Watson Discovery, effective August 1, 2018. Read on to learn more about Discovery pricing changes. Watson Discovery is a cloud native AI-powered insight engine that enables you to effortlessly find value in any data. Whether you […]
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!
Watson Discovery is one year old! We are proud of how Discovery has evolved over the last year, now serving as a powerful insight engine on IBM Cloud. We released several milestone features over the year including passage retrieval, relevancy training, anomaly detection, semantic match, cross-collection federation while improving our tooling user experience, language support, […]
IBM Cloud Experimental Plan and IBM Marketplace Free Plan users have until Feb 1, 2018 to switch to the new service on IBM Cloud. Paid users have until June 29, 2018.
We have made several recent advances with two of our key Watson services - Watson Discovery and Watson Natural Language Understanding (NLU) to help users expand their footprint with Watson around the globe.
We are announcing the retirement of the Watson Document Conversion (DCS) and Watson Retrieve and Rank (R&R) services. Current users can take advantage of the evolved capabilities in these services by switching to Watson Discovery.
If you have used Watson Knowledge Studio (WKS) before, you would know that it is a powerful application to teach Watson how to interpret specific terms in unstructured text using annotation models. Available since July 2016, WKS has a broad adoption with professionals in different industries who have used it to build custom models training Watson to understand linguistic nuances in the language of their domain - cyber security, marketing, supply chain, support, and more.