The IBM Watson Personality Insights service (formerly known as IBM Watson User modeling service in Beta) was released in February as a Generally Available (GA) service on IBM Bluemix. This blog post discusses the extensive research behind the development of the Personality Insights service.
This week we explore the wonderful world of Watson Speech to Text and Machine Translation. We start by looking at an app that shows how Watson services can interact with Internet of Things devices, and then explore another that pulls in tweets and translates them on the fly to provide insights from many tweets at one time. As always, let us know what you think!
Watson in the Wild Blog for March 12th, 2015. This week we explore how Watson Personality Insights, Watson Question & Answer and Watson Tradeoff Analytics have influenced three new applications. From buying a home to getting answers from Watson in Dutch, it’s all in this week’s post.
The IBM Bluemix platform will be undergoing maintenance to address an urgent Xen Hypervisor Security Advisory. This will result in short intermittent outages of all Bluemix services over the next few days, including Watson services. For up to the minute status of individual services see this status dashboard: https://developer.ibm.com/bluemix/support/#status
The IBM Watson team is very happy to be adding the AlchemyAPI services to the Watson Developer Cloud. IBM’s acquisition of AlchemyAPI brings new cognitive services, focused on language and vision capabilities, to the Watson community.
Today, we are pleased to announce the General Availability (GA) release of the IBM Watson Personality Insights service (formerly known as the IBM Watson User Modeling service in Beta). Like the other Watson services, Personality Insights is available on Bluemix, IBM’s open cloud development platform.
We are pleased to introduce IBM Watson Tradeoff Analytics, a new cognitive service that takes the guesswork out of decision making, available to the development community through the Watson Developer Cloud.
The Watson Developer Cloud (WDC) documentation already includes links to download the code for sample applications for each service. We view this as the first step in our partnership with you, our developer community. We are pleased to announce that all WDC sample application code is now available in Github, which the documentation now links to directly.