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Watson Summit 2017 – You are invited!

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The preparations for IBM’s big annual inspiration day are well under way, and we invite you to our cognitive universe named Watson Summit.

Cognitive technology creates historical breakthroughs for people, businesses and the world as a whole. No other technology can analyze such large amounts of unstructured data so quickly and provide such verified answers. Cognitive technology understands, sees, listens and learns. Therefore, most business decisions will in a few years depend on cognitive technology.

At Watson Summit you will get inspiration and concrete ideas about what cognitive technology can do for your function, business, and the part of the world that you help build and develop – every single day.

See the dates below, register and read more about the agendas, speakers, themes etc.

Watson Summit Helsinki, October 18
Watson Summit Denmark, November 7
Watson Summit Sweden, November 7-10
Watson Summit Oslo, November 16

If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact me at JANSIMON@dk.ibm.com.

We look forward to welcome you.

Director IBM Hybrid Cloud & Analytics Software Nordic

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