Watson is going to work.

IBM Watson won Jeopardy! in 2011. Now, the advanced cognitive system is reading and analysing vast amounts of industry data, and answering even bigger questions.

Watson is transforming customer service.

Watson is transforming customer service.

Companies will put Watson to work, helping operators answer customer questions more effectively.Learn more

Watson is helping
doctors fight cancer.

Watson is helping doctors fight cancer.

Watson is going to work with doctors, helping oncologists treat patients.Learn more

Announcing the IBM Watson Ecosystem Programme

For the first time, IBM will open up Watson as a development platform in the Cloud to spur innovation and fuel a new ecosystem of entrepreneurial software app providers who will bring forward a new generation of applications infused with Watson's cognitive computing intelligence.

Cognitive systems like Watson may transform how organisations think, act, and operate in the future. Learning through interactions, they deliver evidence based responses driving better outcomes.

Putting Watson to work (US)
Data is growing at extraordinary rates - 800 percent in the next five years and 90 percent of it is less than 2 years old. Learn how Watson combines natural language processing, machine learning, and hypothesis generation and evaluation to give you direct, confidence-based responses.

  • Watson for engagement

    Learn how Watson is transforming the lifetime of relationships between people and companies

  • Watson in healthcare

    See how Watson helps health care organisations improve diagnosis and treatment

  • Watson in finance

    See how Watson helps financial institutions improve investment decisions and customer satisfaction

Take the next step (US) Is your business ready for Watson? Discover how to prepare your organisation for a Watson solution deployment by building a foundational set of capabilities.

The science behind Watson (US)
Watson understands natural language, breaking down the barrier between people and machines. The system then generates hypotheses - recognising that there are different probabilities of various outcomes. See how Watson "learns," tracking feedback - learning from success and failure - to improve future responses.

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