Episode 2:

In Star Wars, helper droids perform various tasks to assist with daily life. In our world, IBM Watson helps humans accomplish great things and be better professionals. Watch to learn more.

One-on-One with
IBM Research

VP of Watson IoT Consumer Business, Bret Greenstein talks about how IoT is improving our lives by finding insights through new data streams such as TVs, refrigerators, and even cars. These insights will advance breakthroughs in the manufacturing industry.

What If?

What if we use the same technology X-Wings use to connect drivers with their vehicles on Earth?

Developer Lab

TJBot is a do-it-yourself kit that enables you to build a programmable cardboard robot powered by IBM Watson. It is part of the IBM Watson Maker Kits, a collection of DIY open source templates to connect to Watson services in a fun way.

Explore the inner and outer rim of the set

Look behind the scenes and get up close to some of the props.

Science Fantasy
Meets Science Reality.

The IBM and Star Wars partnership shows that the technology in our world and a galaxy far, far away may not be so different. The Star Wars universe is filled with unbelievable technology, but a glance into IBM Research labs and Watson’s services reveals we may be closer than we think. With Star Wars and IBM, science fantasy meets science reality.

IBM Watson

IBM Watson is the AI Platform for Business that is learning the language and nuances of specific industries and professions and augmenting human intelligence to scale expertise.

IBM Research

IBM Research is inventing things that matter to the world and pioneering some of today’s most promising and disruptive technologies, including AI, blockchain, and quantum computing. With labs on six continents, it is one of the largest industrial research organizations in the world.