Exclusive replay of Ginni Rometty’s keynote appearance at Mobile World Congress 2014.
That’s amazing. IBM rocks, as for 102 yo company this is impressing. Hope Watson won’t be like SKYNET :))))
During her presentation, Ginni mentions the URL to participate in the IBM Watson Mobile Developer Challenge. The correct URL is ibmwatson.com Come and astonish the world!
The absolute best description to-date about how DATA is the worlds … New Natural Resource, augmented by the inherent competitive advantages for business and enterprise.
Virginia’s message resonates so well after attending this year’s MWC because of the buzz that mobile devices have matured and the focus is now shifting to how to enable end-users to do what it is they need to do, on the mobile device.
This next stage of connecting end users, through systems of engagement, will enabling whole distribution channels to efficiently generate granular, structured data on a real-time basis and in doing so will expose the value of NLP & Watson to even the smallest of businesses.
This is a leveling of the playing field for business, any size of business, and the early adopters will gain an incredible competitive advantage.
What a powerful perspective! – thanks for Sharing Allan! great quote: “DATA is theworlds … New Natural Resource”
Which ever be the organization which ever be their industry ,if they are training Watson according to their business they are actually making their business better and also briging a lot of opportunities in future..That’s the power of cognos !! In short Watos means improved business for those who are using it..
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