Yesterday, announced the IBM Watson Mobile Developer Challenge. It's a global competition to encourage developers to create mobile consumer and business apps powered by Watson. The program aims to encourage developers to spread #cognitivecomputing apps into the marketplace.
Submit your idea here: www.ibmwatson.com
This is a first of its kind, global competition to encourage developers to create mobile consumer and business apps powered by Watson. The program aims to encourage developers to spread #cognitivecomputing apps into the marketplace.
"Imagine a new class of apps that deliver deep insights to consumers and business users instantly -- wherever they are -- over the cloud. It's about changing the essence of decision making from 'information at your fingertips' to actual insights." Mike Rhodin, Senior Vice President, IBM Watson Group.
More info here: www.ibmwatson.com
#ibmwatson #ibm #mobile
Don't know about the #IBMFoodTruck , check it out here: http://ibm.co/1fM24Qa
Each day, you have the chance to vote for the next day's recipe. Each recipe has been created with the help of #IBMWatson using it's #cognitivecomputing skills in the kitchen.
If you are attending #SXSW14 this year you find the food truck and try the one of kind recipes from March 7-11 at corner of Red River Street and Fourth Street.
Master the Mainframe allows college and high school students –more than 60,000 of them in 33 countries since 2005 –to gain mainframe experience, qualify for internships and get special access to job listings. It serves as an introduction to coding and application development, and no experience with mainframes is necessary.
More info on the contest: http://ibm.co/1mTQsV5
The winning photo "Digital Migration" (pictured below) was taken by Lawrence ‘Shabu’ Mwangi of Nairobi, Kenya.
Look at the other winning photos for the contest - http://ibm.co/1pSsp8d
#ibmresearch #photography #photooftheday #africa #innovation
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