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February 15, 2019

IBM’s Think 2019 highlighted best of AI customer service applications

IBM's Think 2019 was an industry-leading conference that took place February 12-15 in San Francisco and included 2,000+ technical and business sessions with execs from ExxonMobil, Sprint, Honda, KPM, and others. In addition, more than 800 leaders, 400 developers and 200 distinguished engineers from IBM appeared on stage and in private sessions. Speakers ranged from football great Joe Montana, skateboard pioneer Tony Hawk and astronaut Taylor Richardson.

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January 23, 2019

Ten “Smart Starts Here” sessions to give you a jump on Think 2019

IBM’s flagship thought leadership conference, Think, opens its doors from February 12 – 15 in San Francisco. Think offers a look into the technology, training, strategy and services used by IBM clients to set themselves apart, increase productivity, and focus on more interesting work, but if you want to get the most out of the conference, you’ll want to show up right when the doors open. Learn more about our Smart Starts Here sessions.

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January 5, 2019

Extract important data from governing documents with Watson Compare & Comply, now generally available

We’re excited to announce general availability of Watson Compare & Comply – the popular offering, once baked into Watson Discovery, is striking out as a single product with a load of valuable new features to help you get the most out of your business and governing documents.

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December 10, 2018

How to future-proof your business with AI

By 2020, according to Gartner, the amount of enterprise data created will increase by 800%. As companies accumulate larger amounts of data in different formats and locations, the complexity of understanding the totality, while still being able to derive useful timely insights from it, demands a robust AI solution.

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November 29, 2018

Audioburst pioneers personalized on-demand audio with the power of Watson NLU  

Audioburst listens to source feeds like radio stations and podcasts, and segments and indexes millions of minutes of audio in real time. With the help of Watson Natural Language Understanding, Audioburst has created the world’s largest library of audio searchable by content, context or theme.

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November 21, 2018

Empowering agents with Watson, no matter where your data lives

With the integration of Watson Discovery and IBM Cloud Private, organizations have flexibility in AI deployment and bring Watson to where their data resides. WADex for ICP provides an ingestion engine that includes document conversion capabilities to consume files across different file types.

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November 20, 2018

4 ways clients are seeing results with IBM Watson

Join IBM & WIRED for the AI and the Future of Work Virtual Summit to learn how businesses are using AI to make better decisions faster, understand complex documents to mitigate risk, deploy virtual agents to enhance customer service, and foster innovation with AI Centers of Excellence.

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November 16, 2018

Are you ready for the future of work? 3 ways businesses are using AI

It’s no longer a question of if AI will be implemented to take on many of the rote tasks and duties in our daily schedules, but when. Accepting AI, and learning about its benefits give industries, companies and individuals a chance to adapt, re-skill, and prepare for the future of work. Discover how organizations are already using Watson AI solutions at IBM Watson's AI & the Future of Work Virtual Summit.

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October 26, 2018

3 lessons on building AI products that won’t fail

When Identity Guard started its AI journey, their state-of-the-market product focused almost exclusively on credit reports. After speaking with customers, it became clear that they wanted something different, something no one else was offering: a service that would help prevent them from becoming a victim of identity theft in the first place. These are the 3 lessons they learned along the way.

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