While Watson certainly impressed the nation with its sweeping victory on the game show Jeopardy last week, you may be surprised at the affordability of its technology.
Analysis: Watson and its successors may usher in a new approach to computing, as it contains many disparate techniques to create a "thinking" machine.
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IBM's Watson has parlayed its overwhelming victory in this week's "Jeopardy!" challenge into a job developing smart applications for the health care industry.
IBM's Watson, the newly crowned Jeopardy champ, is now fielding your toughest questions at Reddit.com
The former Jeopardy champ said the computer's techniques for unraveling clues sounded just like his.
The game-show playing supercomputer Watson is expected to do much more than make a name for itself on Jeopardy.
IBM's Watson is the new all-time Jeopardy champ. Are humans now in jeopardy?
IBM's Watson computer has finished a three-night run against human contestants on the Jeopardy game show
Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter were no match for the supercomputer, as Watson ended the night with $35,734, followed by Rutter at $10,400 and Jennings at $4,800.