Cognitive Computing

IBM and Next Einstein Forum launch visiting scientist program

IBM Research-Africa and the Next Einstein Forum have partnered on a new Visiting Scientist Program, where five of the 15 newly named NEF Fellows will have the opportunity to visit and lecture at one of IBM’s 12 global research labs. “The visiting scientists – full-time scientists at prestigious institutions and universities across the world – […]

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Serving up sake bistro analysis

Don’t let a sea of unstructured data hide good sake What makes a good Japanese sake? Sake is sensitive to temperature. Flavor changes as it is served cold, room temperature, heated warm or hot. Particularly, heating sake to a preferred temperature in a precise amount of time is no easy task to master. Oh, and […]

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From knowledge graphs to cognitive computing

Editor’s note: This article originally appeared on 01net’s website as Dati di pubblica utilità: dai knowledge graph al cognitive computing; re-printed here with permission. We live in the era of Big Data, and we use data for everything: from predicting which goods a customer may buy next, to forecasting the weather, and analyzing traffic in […]

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Watson: What the IoT has Been Waiting For

Editor’s note: This article is by Dr. Alessandro Curioni, Vice President, Europe, and Director, IBM Research – Zurich “How much does Watson cost?” I often get asked this question whenever I give a lecture or speak with clients about cognitive computing. My response is always the same: “What is the price of not knowing?” And […]

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