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IBM's Artificial Intelligence machine Watson can now be part-rented

IBM's Watson supercomputer is now available for people to test in beta format
By: Chris Smith | Computer Systems News | Posted: Dec 9, 2014 11:04 am

First hitting the spotlight when pitted against two of Jeopardy's biggest all-time winners Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter, IBM's artificial intelligence machine names Watson threw these two off their throne in quick fashion - showing that artificial intelligence was a real thing and IBM has the technology.




If you're looking for a thumb in the pie, IBM are now offering up part of Watson - their breakthrough natural language-based cognitive service called Watson Analytics. This analytic service is reported as a powerful predictive and visual analytic tool for businesses and can now be rented through a beta program.


There has already been 22,000 who've registered for the beta of this service, with IBM's official explanation and release reading: "IBM Watson Analytics automates the once time-consuming tasks such as data preparation, predictive analysis, and visual storytelling for business professionals. Offered as a cloud-based freemium service, all business users can now access Watson Analytics from any desktop or mobile device"


Sound like something you're interested in? For more information check out the official IBM page for yourself.


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