IBM wants its Watson computer system to learn how to fight cybercrime and it's asking eight leading universities, including three in Canada, for help.
The artificial intelligence system Watson, which competed on Jeopardy!, will now be tackling cyber crimes and students and staff at the University of Waterloo will help train it.
IBM is working on a new version of its Watson computer system that will be an expert on cybersecurity and an aid to human cyber crime fighters.
The end goal is a big data approach to cyber-security that will have Watson automatically scour vast troves of security research.
Alder Hey children's hospital is teaming up with IBM Watson to develop an app to answer questions about hospital stays.
The supercomputer will work on improving the experience for young patients at a major children's hospital in the UK.
Watson will see increased adoption in the developer community as a result of IBM’s recent agreement with SAP.The agreement will help Watson drive IBM’s revenue
IBM introduced Nao-mi, a robot powered by its cognitive system Watson, for the first time in Korea.
IBM says that organizations can bolster cybersecurity using the same skills that made its supercomputer a "Jeopardy!" champ.