Interesting article: How IBM Watson helped Time magazine narrow its search for Person of the Year (IT Business)
From a technology point of view, it is also interesting that the IBM partner was using IBM’s Watson and Bluemix technologies.
I am biased here, as someone who works for IBM and believes in these technology, but I do think that if you think A.I. and cognitive doesn’t have a place in your business, you should read this. In the next two years, expect all your competitors to adopt these new technologies to compete with you.
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Tagged AI, cognitive, IT, Time, Watson
I’ve recently added two repos to my github account:
The first one is some proof of concept code I wrote to demonstrate how to work with IBM Watson’s Tradeoff Analytics service using node.js
The second one is some sample code I have had for some time that does simple server monitoring of a Linux server.
There is no intellectual property involved in these repos: it is simple code based on documented code samples found in many places on the web.
For more details, see my Github landing page, here: blm849 (Bernie Michalik)
The story of IBM and Bon Appetit is really interesting to me, since I love food and I am proud of the work IBM is doing with Watson. Anyone interested in the topic of innovation in IT or food should find it worth a read.
For people who aren’t interested in the high tech aspect of it, check out the recipes. In particular, these ribs with a range of flavours from bourbon to oyster sauce look fantastic.