IBM Cognitive Colloquium Spotlights Uncovering Dark Data

This IBM cognitive computing event champions advances in image recognition, captioning, and deep learning to reveal insights from mushrooming IoT and machine learning data. Apple, Microsoft, IBM: 7 Big Analytics Buys You Need to Know (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) Data is being generated at a frenetic pace, with the Internet of Things about to multiply the Internet’s current production several times over. Despite our passion to collect it, much of this data will remain unknown, un-sampled, and useless. In other words, it should be described as “dark” data. That was the note on which John Kelly, IBM’s “father of Watson” and the senior VP who pushed for Watson’s contest with a human on the Jeopardy quiz show, began IBM Research’s third Cognitive Colloquium, a San Francisco event that…

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