Microsoft and IBM Trade AI, Machine Learning Volleys

News Microsoft and IBM Trade AI, Machine Learning Volleys By David Ramel October 27, 2016 The next generation of computing will be marked by advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence, and old-guard tech companies like Microsoft and IBM are vying to establish their place in it. At this week’s World of Watson conference, IBM unveiled a new Watson Data Platform and launched the Watson Machine Learning Service, among a host of other announcements. Microsoft, meanwhile, stole some of Big Blue’s thunder by releasing an updated Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit for “deep learning.” Incidentally, these announcements were made just one day before research firm IDC issued a release titled, “Worldwide Cognitive Systems and Artificial Intelligence Revenues Forecast to Surge Past $47 Billion in 2020.” That gives an indication of the kind…


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