Looking for that needle of content in a haystack of information? IBM Watson Retrieve and Rank can help — an API announced in General Availability last week. IBM Watson Document Conversion, which is often used with Retrieve and Rank, was also released in experimental mode to help convert content in commonly used documents (e.g., PDF, Word) into formats that can be used by other Watson services.
AlchemyAPI services are now provisioned through Bluemix, giving our developers easy access to a variety of unique services and enhanced capabilities.
Building cognitive Question and Answer applications is now as easy as 1 – 2 – 3 with the IBM Watson Natural Language Classifier and Watson Dialog services. These two APIs have commonly been combined in enterprise applications but we are now making them available to developers as part of the Watson Developer Cloud on the IBM Bluemix platform. With these services you can embed natural language processing, conversation and deep learning to build engaging cognitive applications quickly and easily.
The IBM Watson Developer Cloud has reached a major milestone in making cognitive computing with APIs and SDKs immediately accessible to everyone. Today, we are announcing the release of new and enhanced Watson cognitive services across four areas: Language, Vision, Speech, and Data Insights.
Held in San Francisco’s Pier 70, TC Disrupt drew hundreds of hackers, coders and designers from around the world to compete for various prizes and the glory of creating a buzzworthy app within 24 hours.