IBM Marries R Programming Language to Watson

         |         |     Share 5 Trends Impacting the Future of Machine Data Intelligence One of the most important constituencies in the development of advanced cognitive computing applications these days is the data scientists trying to combine massive amounts of data and various types of algorithms to automate a particular task or process. Today, IBM, in partnership with Columbus Collaboratory, announced they have jointly developed a software development kit (SDK) that makes it simpler to integrate applications developed using the R programming language with the IBM Watson cognitive computing platform. While IBM has always exposed Watson application programming interfaces, Rob High, chief technology officer for Watson at IBM, says CognizeR is an SDK that eliminates the need for a developer to write as much code to invoke Watson services. “We’ve been…

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