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Watson Health: Setting the Record Straight

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We at IBM have a lot to be proud of, including our pioneering work with Watson Health. Unfortunately, some media reports, including an August 11th story published by The Wall Street Journal, distort and ignore facts when suggesting IBM has not made “enough” progress on bringing the benefits of AI to healthcare. I feel it is imperative to set the record straight.

To read the full story, please go to IBM Watson Health Blog.

IBM Senior Vice President, Cognitive Solutions and IBM Research

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