Watson, M.D.: How IBM And Cleveland Clinic Are Working To Reboot Health Care With Supercomputing
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
IBM is working with Cleveland Clinic to bring Watson, the supercomputer “Jeopardy!” winner, to health care to change the way clinical decisions are made.
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