Cognitive Computing

Watson Health: Get the Facts

Watson is the only AI technology tackling a wide range of the world’s biggest healthcare challenges including cancer, diabetes, drug discovery and more. In oncology, Watson is at work supporting cancer care in more than 150 hospitals in 11 countries, and a large, growing body of evidence supports the use of Watson in healthcare.

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“Connected health” designed for health

Over the years, the life sciences industry has been investing in capturing and analyzing patient health information. Specifically, companies have been creating digital health applications with the goal of improving treatment and care.

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Helping clinicians advance patient-centric cancer care

Our oncology and genomics solutions help surface relevant data, bridge disparate sources of information, and identify treatments that are personalized to each unique patient.


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Artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning: What do they mean?

IBM Watson Health was created to help solve some of the world’s most pressing health challenges through data, analytics and AI. By combining human experts with augmented intelligence, IBM Watson Health helps health professionals and researchers around the world translate data and knowledge into insights to make more-informed decisions about care for their patients. In […]

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How IHMI is Changing Health Care Delivery

A Q&A with James Madara, MD, CEO, American Medical Association on how health care delivery will be changing through an integrated-data approach model with IHMI.

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Empowering Heroes Means Enabling Humanistic Health Care

At IBM Watson Health, our stated goal is "Empowering Heroes, Transforming Health." We help empower heroes by creating technology designed to enhance their abilities to make the essential connections that transform health.

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3 Ways Cognitive Computing Could Aid Value-Based Care

In this article, review key areas where cognitive computing could support care management efforts, including providing highly tailored insights about individual patients across an entire population, and helping providers more effectively address social determinants of health.

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Do doctors fear AI? Not the hundreds I work with around the world

Headlines abound about doctors cowering from AI. The reality: not so much. I’m a physician, and don’t think that’s a realistic concern. Rather, I envision a future in which AI-enabled insights help health and medical experts deliver patient-centered, personalized, value-based care. The future is here. For those of us at IBM, we are augmenting experts’ […]

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Transforming Canadian Healthcare with Cognitive

Last month, British Columbia, Canada’s westernmost province, launched Innovation Boulevard, the region’s first of its kind health technology accelerator, focused exclusively on the commercialization of medical technology. Supported through a partnership with IBM, this collaborative cluster of health technology companies, academic research labs, and health practitioners is creating new and powerful solutions to tackle some of […]

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On Healthcare, Moonshots and Open Data

For decades, scientists, researchers, hospitals and clinics have been amassing a stockpile of information on cancer. This data takes many forms: medical texts and journals, patient records, medical images, genetic profiles and more. And it lives in many places — from highly structured digital databases to forgotten filing cabinets, owned by government agencies, insurance companies, […]

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Cognitive Solutions in Social Programs: An awareness gap?

To investigate the state of cognitive solutions in social programs, Frost & Sullivan interviewed a range of social program executives and IT leaders who support these agencies across North America, Western Europe and in the Asia Pacific region. Interviews were conducted in the US, Canada, the UK, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Singapore and Australia. While the […]

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Health and Human Services: The cognitive systems awareness gap

I recently came across an article titled: “One in 10 social workers ‘would quit’ over stress.”  I’ve been working in the human services field for my entire 30+ year career, so the title didn’t really surprise me.  But it got me thinking.  Exactly how stressful is the job of social worker?  And that got me […]

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Government social programs need to embrace cognitive technologies

There are many examples of how technology has positively impacted, and in some instances transformed, the delivery of government social programs. Land line telephones are perhaps the oldest form of technology used to communicate with clients. But the Internet, email, telephone conferencing, video conferencing, mobile devices, and texting have transformed the way caseworkers communicate with […]

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