Artificial Intelligence meet-up with IBM and Watson

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Join us for a casual meetup on artificial intelligence and Watson where we will be discussing the trends and future of AI – one of the most relevant technologies of the future.

Meet IBM experts for discussions on:

  • How firms can transform themselves to become cognitive  businesses
  • Innovation with Watson – it’s easier than you think
  • The nuts and bolts behind Watson
  • How can developers and partners use Watson?

We will “spice up” the above with some demo action – “seeing is believing”

Speakers: Peter Bredsdorff Lange, Executive Software Client Architect & Jan Lillelund CTO, Executive Architect

When: September 26th at 3pm
Where: Rainmaking Loft – Danneskiold-Samsøes Alle 41, Copenhagen

Click here to register


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