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IBM Watson Meetup—Part 4: Machine Learning

When I studied artificial intelligence as part of my computer science degree program, I did not have the opportunity to study machine learning (ML). Yes, it was way back and I did not learn ML formally. I once started to watch Professor Andrew Ng’s online course at Stanford University but gave it up. It is […]

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IBM Watson Meetup—Part 3 (Personality Insights)

This is a continuation from Part 2. Personal Insights The third speaker of the meetup was Rama Akkiraju, Distinguished Engineer, Personality Insights (hereinafter, PI), IBM Watson. The talk was on one area of Watson applications. Rama Akkiraju According to IBM’s site, Personality Insights: extracts and analyzes a spectrum of personality attributes to help discover actionable […]

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IBM Watson Meetup—Part 2 (Cognitive Computing)

This is a continuation from Part 1. Cognitive Computing Following Robert High’s Watson overview, Dr. Jeffrey Kreulen, responsible for the cognitive systems architecture for IBM Watson Group, took the stage to talk about cognitive computing. The meetup was intended to be an introduction to IBM Watson at a level that is a little more detailed […]

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IBM Watson Meetup—Part1 (Overview)

Recently I attended a meetup at the IBM Silicon Valley Labs in South San Jose. The title of the meetup was IBM Watson to enable new generation of apps to solve business/social problems. Because it was a good source of information, I’ve summarized it briefly. Also, take a look at this, which gives more information […]

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