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IBM Watson recommended ‘unsafe’ cancer treatments, according to internal documents

The Watson AI isn’t ready to replace physicians just yet.

On Jul 26, 2018 by Christina Bonnington

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IBM was granted a mind-boggling number of patents in 2016

The company received almost as many as the next two combined.

On Jan 10, 2017 by Christina Bonnington

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IBM’s supercomputer reveals which celebrities tweet like angry robot trolls

I, for one, welcome our new robot overlords.

On Oct 29, 2016 by Aaron Sankin

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IBM’s Watson analyzed all the ‘Harry Potter’ books and movies

Neville and Voldemort have more in common than you’d think.

On Mar 23, 2016 by Christine Friar

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IBM’s Watson supercomputer to start analyzing your selfies for marketing data

Watson, no longer content beating people at Jeopardy!, now wants to know everything about you.

On Sep 25, 2015 by Mike Wehner

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For the visually impaired, an app could see the world and describe it aloud

We spoke to co-creator Alberto Rizzoli.

On Aug 20, 2015 by Dylan Love

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IBM’s Watson wants to help you kick butt in your fantasy football league

Raise your whole fantasy game with help from artificial intelligence.

On Aug 16, 2015 by Dylan Love

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The rise of the machines that play with your children

But is making playtime smarter actually a good thing?

On Feb 17, 2015 by Selena Larson

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Everything IBM’s Watson is being used for now

What’s that genius robot been up to? Plenty, actually.

On Dec 24, 2014 by AJ Dellinger

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The real reason Apple and IBM are pairing up

Apple just made big strides toward conquering smart health.

On Jul 17, 2014 by Taylor Hatmaker

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‘Sherlock’ cut a scene of John and Sherlock at a ‘gay club’

Steven Moffat keeps teasing gay subtext, never delivers a relationship.

On Feb 5, 2014 by Aja Romano

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