Meet and Think with IBM

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Welcome to a casual meetup and a discussion of hot topics within the world of “cognitive and AI” some of the most relevant technologies of the future!

IBM Watson is a cognitive system designed to use data in all its forms – including unstructured – and understand it, reason through it and learn from it. That’s how industries as diverse as healthcare, retail, banking and travel are using Watson to reshape their industries.

In a sense, Watson can think. When Watson thinks with you, you can outthink the limits of what’s possible.

Want to innovate and/or start the next disruptive new business?

Then join us at this meetup to learn how Watson can drive your startup or established company forward in the era of cognitive business. We will show you how other companies and our partners have implemented AI and use IBM Watson to grow.

This meetup is useful for visionaries, entrepreneurs, and technologists to learn and share about the cognitive computing wave.

We look forward to welcoming you!


  • 14.30-15.00: Registration
  • 15.00-17:00: IBM + partner presentations/discussions
  • 17:00-18:00: Networking with Sliders and drinks

A selection of the speakers and themes:

Arctic Systems
Intelligent and non-toxic pest control

Pre cooked AI tools: ignite your first solution at no cost

How IBM Watson enhanced the digital experience of Smukfest

Henrik Toft, Transformation Architect, CTO team IBM Software Group, Europe
Perspectives on IBM Watson and AI

Date and time:

Wednesday 12 December 2018 15.00 – 18:00
(registration starts 14.30 at Pier47)

Pier 47, Langelinie Allé 47 2100 København Ø

Please register here

For questions please contact Anja Dorner: anja.dorner@dk.ibm.com


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