IBM’s Watson APIs will push artificial intelligence development

Big Blue IBM has launched a slew of APIs aimed at getting developers to take advantage of its Watson supercomputer. Described as “the largest collection of cognitive APIs in the industry”, IBM’s fresh batch of APIs are said to broaden Watson’s language, vision and speech capabilities, making it ideal for artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics development. The announcement was made at an IBM forum on AI where it revealed how it was taking Watson from its original single API to 25 APIs powered by 50 technologies. “Since introducing the Watson development platform, thousands of people have used these technologies in new and inventive ways, and many have done so without extensive experience as a coder or data scientist,” said Mike Rhodin, senior vice president at IBM Watson. “We believe that by opening Watson to…

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