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Rocket Fuel embeds IBM Watson cognitive capabilities into predictive marketing platform

Rocket Fuel, a leading predictive marketing platform provider, today announced a new capability called “Brand Moments” that embeds IBM Watson technology. Through this integration,...

IBM, Galvanize Launch New Cognitive Curriculum for Developers, Data Scientists

IBM and Galvanize today are announcing new cognitive, cloud and data science training initiatives on IBM Cloud, which will aim to increase the talent pool...

IBM Watson and Salesforce Einstein Unified for Fast-Track AI Adoption

IBM has partnered marketing cloud specialist Salesforce to deliver a unified AI- powered solution, bringing together IBM Watson and Salesforce Einstein. Both AI platforms...

IBM wants to bring machine learning to the mainframe

Despite the emphasis on X86 clusters, large public clouds, accelerators for commodity systems, and the rise of open source analytics tools, there is a...

5 Major AI Hurdles We’re on Track to Overcome by 2020

Artificial intelligence (AI) gets more advanced every year, but there are still some major limitations keeping us from seeing a futuristic reality that includes...

Five innovations from IBM that will help change our lives within five years

IBM has announced a list of scientific innovations with AI at the core, saying they will change the way people work, live and interact during...

IBM, clinic personalizing health care using use cognitive computing

Cleveland Clinic and IBM today announced a five-year agreement to expand the Clinic’s health information technology capabilities. The Clinic and IBM aim to establish...

Where Are We With Cognitive Computing Today? Part 2.

By Sue Feldman, founder and CEO, Synthexis I recently had the opportunity to attend a focus group, sponsored by SAS Institute, on cognitive computing adoption...

Google Translate: Understanding Cognitive Computing from the Inside

The New York Times Magazine features a beautifully prepared and presented article on the recent dramatic improvements in Google Translate brought about by deep...

Where Are We With Cognitive Computing Today? Part 1.

By Sue Feldman, founder and CEO, Synthexis Cognitive computing is emerging as a significant part of the next generation of computing. Because it is early...

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