Talking Data Podcast

Nov 28 2016   7:06PM GMT

Cognition is in the house – the WoW effect

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Ed Burns looks back at the World of Watson – an IBM event held recently in Las Vegas – and finds much of interest to followers of AI. At WoW, GM said it would work with IBM to improve drivers’ experiences in traffic and at the gas pump. Staples rolled out a new version of its “Easy Button” that was hooked up to Watson Natural Language Processing and connected to the Staples order system. These and other use cases show IBM can read the tea leaves. Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa have often been front and center in AI discussions these days, and it appears the consumer angles is not lost on IBM, as GM, Staples and other Watson use cases indicate. “Household names seem to be out ahead in this,” said Burns. Hear more by clicking below to access this edition of the Talking Data podcast.

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