Analytics and Learning Technology: CIOs, CTOs Should Rethink Art of the Possible

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Summary

CIOs should rethink the art of the possible to redefine IT's contribution in using information to support business strategy, competition and operational decisions.

Table of Contents

  • Analysis
    • Rethinking the Art of the Possible Using Key Attributes of Watson
      • Extreme Information Processing Is Driven by Rich Information Types
      • The Importance of Natural-Language Processing
      • Ability to See Patterns, Remember and Learn
      • Pattern Matching and Pattern Recognition
      • Machine Learning Extends the Power of Rule-Based Approaches
      • Parallel Hardware Architectures Make Latency a Choice
    • So What Was Really Under the Covers of Watson (and Can It be Replicated)?
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