Summary: IBM’s Watson QAM (Question Answering Machine), famous for its 2011 Jeopardy win was supposed to bring huge payoffs in healthcare. Instead both IBM and its Watson Healthcare customers are rapidly paring back these projects that have largely failed to pay off. Watson was the first big out-of-the-box commercial application in ML/AI. Has it become obsolete?
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About a month ago in a blog, I introduced what I described as a “spectral attenuation monitor.” At the time I only had an image from MS Works that…Continue
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For higher resolution, interactive Tableau charts, read original article. In this version, only static screenshots are displayed. It does not give justice to Tableau.
Coming up with a topic for today's blog post was tough. My last blog about Wine got attention from wine entrepreneurs…Continue
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Before Los Angeles Times reporter Laurie Becklund died of metastatic breast cancer earlier this month, she wrote a powerful final column. She asked friends and family not to say that she died fighting a courageous battle, a meaningless, trite phrase. She excoriated the pink ribbon and…Continue
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