After slicing and dicing through Jeopardy a couple of years back, IBM's Watson has taken the stage at SWSX 2014 in Austin, Texas to take on and conquer a new challenge: conjuring up cooking recipes.
Watson might soon be looking for digital evidence to be used in court, helping employees achieve their long-term career goals, and concocting the perfect treatment plan for a PTSD patient if the USC students who took part in IBM's competition get their way.
You're the smartest computer in the world and proved it by beating your human opponents at Jeopardy. Now what do you do? For IBM's Watson computer, cooking lessons are next on its agenda, along with dabbling in pharmaceuticals.
Remember Watson, IBM's supercomputer that bested Jeopardy champions? IBM is sending its baby off to college so that it can become even smarter.
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Winning television quiz shows could never have been enough for IBM's supercomputer Watson; now it is going to be used to help heal people as a predictive diagnosis tool in the healthcare field.
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Watson is finally taken down by congressman Rush Holt in a match between lawmakers and IBM's Jeopardy champ.
IBM has inked a deal with Nuance to apply Watson's Jeopardy-winning Deep Question Answering technology to health care.
The Jeopardy! IBM Challenge comes to a close with a big win for artificial intelligence Watson.
Round two of the Jeopardy! IBM Challenge concluded last night with Watson taking a considerable lead over its human opponents.
IBM's Watson artificial intelligence ties with Brad Rutter for first place in the first of three rounds in the Jeopardy! "IBM Challenge" tournament.
Watson at one point confused Jamie Foxx and Beethoven, but still managed an impressive victory against two Jeopardy masters.