Friday, January 14, 2011

IBM's Watson Supercomputer Wins a Practice Round of Jeopardy | Arik Hesseldahl | NewEnterprise | AllThingsD

Apparently IBM’s design didn’t include a software amygdala; check the link below for publicity practice match (which Watson won) details

After the “Jeopardy” match, the human players said Watson had one distinct advantage: It doesn’t get psyched out. If another player wins a string of questions, it doesn’t suffer from the emotional response of losing confidence.

IBM's Watson Supercomputer Wins a Practice Round of Jeopardy | Arik Hesseldahl | NewEnterprise | AllThingsD

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