IBM’s Watson unit is receiving heat today in the form of a scathing equity research report from Jefferies’ James Kisner. The group believes that IBM’s investment into Watson will struggle to return value to shareholders. In recent years, IBM
IBM Watson, which has competed on "Jeopardy!" and created recipes for a new Chef Watson cookbook, has a new career calling: becoming a sports coach for some elite athletes. In a partnership involving the Irish biomarker analysis …
NEW YORK—Earlier today, IBM announced that it would be using Watson, the system that famously wiped the floor with human Jeopardy champions, to tackle a somewhat more significant problem: choosing treatments for cancer. In the …
The doctor is in. IBM's Watson will see you now. IBM Watson once won $1 million playing "Jeopardy." Soon, it could be helping your doctor read your X-rays. IBM Watson Health aims to make sense of a growing pool of health care-related …
IBM's supercomputer Watson will be used to make decisions about cancer care in 14 hospitals in the US and Canada, it has been announced. Using computers to trawl through vast amounts of medical data speeds up the diagnosis …
Watson, IBM’s massively intelligent, cognitive computer, has many skills. It can play and win at Jeopardy, diagnose PTSD, deep-dive our tweets and cook up delicious recipes from seemingly incongruous ingredients. But understanding …
Welltok, which uses IBM's Watson cognitive computing technology for health care apps, teamed with Healthy Dining on a nutrition and menu app. Welltok, an IBM Watson partner, and Healthy Dining, a provider of restaurant industry nutrition …
IBM is taking its Watson artificial-intelligence technology into health care in a big way with industry partners, a pair of acquisitions and an ambitious agenda. The initial three industry partners are Apple, Johnson & Johnson and Medtronic. …
NEW YORK – International Business Machines Corp. is piloting its Jeopardy-winning Watson technology as a tool for catching rogue traders at large financial institutions, executives said in an interview Monday. Continue Reading Below …