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Build cognitive Apps that help enhance, scale and accelerate Human Expertise

Sessions at http://developerworld.heise.de / March 2015

IBM Watson represents a bold new partnership between people and computers that enhances, scales, and accelerates human expertise. Watson provides various cognitive services that can be integrated via REST APIs in your own apps, for example user modeling, questions and answers, speech recognition, concept expansion and much more. Attend this session to learn about the cognitive Watson services available on IBM Bluemix, IBM's Platform as a Service. With Bluemix developers can focus on writing code rather than setting up infrastructure and they can mix various services into their applications. In this session you'll see a live demo how to build apps leveraging these cognitive capabilities.

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Build cognitive Apps that help enhance, scale and accelerate Human Expertise

  1. 1. © 2015 IBM Corporation Build cognitive Apps that help enhance, scale and accelerate Human Expertise Niklas Heidloff IBM Bluemix Developer Advocate @nheidloff heidloff.net CeBIT 17.03.2015
  2. 2. © 2015 IBM Corporation Agenda ● What is Cognitive Computing? ● Which types of Cognitive Services are there? ● How to get started?
  3. 3. © 2015 IBM Corporation What is Cognitive Computing? ● IBM Research: “Cognitive computing systems learn and interact naturally with people to extend what either humans or machines could do on their own. They help human experts make better decisions by penetrating the complexity of Big Data.“ ● IBM Watson Dev Cloud: “Cognitive APIs are adaptable, interactive and contextual in the way they provide information. Instead of simply returning prepared responses, these APIs provide answers based on what they know to be correct, relying on information they have acquired over time.“
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