IBM's Largest Ever AI Toolset Release

IBM's Largest Ever AI Toolset Release

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IBM introduced new Watson solutions and services pre-trained for a variety of industries and professions. They include solutions for agriculture, customer service, human resources, supply chain, manufacturing, building management, automotive, marketing, and advertising.

"As data flows continue to increase, people are overwhelmed by the amount of information we have to act on every day, but luckily the information explosion coincides with another key technological advance: artificial intelligence," said David Kenny, Senior Vice President, IBM Cognitive Solutions.

"AI is the tool professionals need to take advantage of the data that's now at our fingertips and tailoring general AI for specific industries and professions is a critical way to enable everyone to reach new potential in their daily jobs."

Those information follow IBM's recent announcement of a new software service that gives businesses more transparency into AI decisions. They're also in line with the research from IBM's Institute for Business Value, which revealed that 82% of businesses are now considering AI deployments.

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