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krisi
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re: IBM's Watson goes to college
krisi   2/4/2013 6:15:31 PM
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At which point Watson will take over our lives? Singularity coming after all?

DrQuine
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re: IBM's Watson goes to college
DrQuine   2/3/2013 8:07:50 PM
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What about pattern recognition? Years ago neural nets were the great hope for identifying patterns in data which were not detected by human analysts. Perhaps Watson could help to identify patterns of crime in urban environments to enable preventative steps to be taken. It would be a fitting application honoring his namesake.

daleste
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re: IBM's Watson goes to college
daleste   2/2/2013 1:38:45 AM
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Any chance of the rest of us getting a crack at it? It would be interesting to see what it can do.

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re: IBM's Watson goes to college
yalanand   2/1/2013 5:24:53 PM
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Good to see the clone version of Watson being used in different fields. Definitely applications of watson can truly revolutionize the way we deal with data because watson can process lot of data very quickly.



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