A logo sits illuminated on the IBM Watson cognitive computing platform Internet of Things (IoT) center, at the IoT center in Munich, Germany. Photo: BloombergA logo sits illuminated on the IBM Watson cognitive computing platform Internet of Things (IoT) center, at the IoT center in Munich, Germany. Photo: Bloomberg
A logo sits illuminated on the IBM Watson cognitive computing platform Internet of Things (IoT) center, at the IoT center in Munich, Germany. Photo: Bloomberg

IBM to integrate AI debating technology into its Q&A computer system Watson

  • IBM plans to integrate several key components, such as natural language processing, from the AI debating tech into its Q&A computer system Watson from March

Topic |   Artificial intelligence
A logo sits illuminated on the IBM Watson cognitive computing platform Internet of Things (IoT) center, at the IoT center in Munich, Germany. Photo: BloombergA logo sits illuminated on the IBM Watson cognitive computing platform Internet of Things (IoT) center, at the IoT center in Munich, Germany. Photo: Bloomberg
A logo sits illuminated on the IBM Watson cognitive computing platform Internet of Things (IoT) center, at the IoT center in Munich, Germany. Photo: Bloomberg
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