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Train and evaluate custom machine learning models

By Joe Kozhaya | Published December 16, 2017

The IBM Watson team offers several pre-trained services as well as a rich set of customization capabilities.

The Variational Quantum Eigensolver

By Talia Gershon | Published November 20, 2017

Read on to learn that we’re on the path to achieving a quantum advantage for real-world applications.

New Jupyter notebooks for quantum computing

By Talia Gershon | Published September 5, 2017

The IBM quantum experience takes you into the lab, into the depths of the dilution refrigerator, through the magic of the cloud, and is freely available to anyone curious about programming quantum.

The Cognos Analytics 11.0 resource guide

By Robin Wood | Published July 31, 2017

This resource guide lists my top 6 places for you to learn more about Cognos Analytics, whether you’re a seasoned user or a newbie.

What is big data? More than volume, velocity and variety…

By J. Steven Perry | Published May 22, 2017

You’ve heard of Big Data, right? We’re all supposed to say yes, and Big Data is one of those topics I thought I understood until I tried explaining it. I realized that I needed to get my head around it at a high level.

Build your chatbot with Watson Conversation and entities from Watson NLU

By Joe Kozhaya | Published May 3, 2017

Watson Assistant offers an intuitive interface for developers and business experts to build interactive chatbots.

Stabilize your Swift applications with CircuitBreaker

By Megan Kostick | Published March 20, 2017

In this article you will get a high level overview of the Circuit Breaker design pattern, why you would use this pattern in your applications, and how to get started using the Swift CircuitBreaker library.

Scenes From Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale

By IBM Developer Staff | Updated March 9, 2017 | Published March 21, 2016

After a 3D body scan, VRMMO gamers are transformed into avatars of themselves that live inside Sword Art Online for a real life virtual reality experience.