IBM's Watson just gave doing the robot a whole new twist. While dancing has never been a forte of machines, IBM's artificial intelligence system is proving that robots really can have fun (even if it has to be programmed in).
When speaking of Watson with IBM, you're now going to have to ask, "Which one?" Just in time for the Masters to tee off, the software company has partnered with none other than golf superstar Tom Watson
On Wednesday, Hilton and IBM announced a collaboration that will bring a Watson-powered robot concierge into hotel lobbies across the United States. Her name is Connie, and she's named after founder Conrad Hilton.
Day three at MWC finally left some time for a conversation with Pepper, the wondrous 'human-shaped' robot. Pepper's creators envision a future where humans have robot companion that read our emotions and help in our daily lives.
IBM unveiled its vision of the self-driving, self-enabling, connected car at the 2016 NAIAS show Tuesday, through a video showing how Watson might be built into the dashboard. That's right: The same technology that mastered chess may…
In partnership with the U.S. Tennis Association, IBM has catapulted sports into the digital age, leveraging its data capabilities with even more impressive analytics to create a truly state of the art for fans, coaches, and players alike.
Watson can add one more line to its staggering resume -- thanks to a new partnership with CVS, IBM's Watson can predict who is at risk for diabetes, and can "develop custom care management services for [those] with chronic illnesses."
It may be difficult for humans to detect sarcasm via email and text, but IBM's Watson may be able to do the trick. A new application, the IBM Watson Tone Analyzer, claims to be able to "assess and refine the tone in textual communication."