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In a few months from now, or at least sometime next year, a few IBM partners will release a series of software products that will be unlike anything people have encountered so far. Instead of doing a task for you through a software program, these
IBM's Watson technology, famous for outsmarting humans on the game show Jeopardy!, will be offered as a cloud-based tool to application developers, letting them tap a resource capable of giving everything from shopping tips to medical advice.
How big? Imagine a Watson-powered system that could uncover data-driven insights to help medical professionals identify those who may be suffering silently from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, provide lawyers with faster research capabilities to
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Trust a computer to misunderstand the Occupy Wall Street message...Watson, the company said, will help analyze customer needs and process financial, economic and client data to advance and personalize digital banking ...It already works for the US
IBM's Watson supercomputer may be best known for handily beating Jeopardy! game show champs. Now it's being harnessed to help doctors at Cedars-Sinai's cancer clinic in Los Angeles stay up to date on medical breakthroughs and treatments. Doctors at