IBM Watson at the GoTo Conference in Copenhagen

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Most of us met IBM’s cognitive supercomputer “Watson” for the first time at the special Jeopardy show in 2011,  competing – and beating – two former Jeopardy champions. But the real work began after the match – extending Watson’s innovative technologies to tackle societal challenges like improving health care, education and the environment.

Watson has moved to the Cloud and is now incorporated into about 17 different industries and IBM is working with more than 500 partners to build Watson cognitive applications, including retail, law, music, image recognition, the hotel business, and even cooking.

If you want to hear more about Watson and how you and your business can exploit AI and cognitive computing, join the GoTo conference in Copenhagen on October 4th 2016.

Looking forward to see you there.


Nordic Social Selling Leader

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