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Watson Is Coming For Your (Professional) Jobs



John Niman

John Niman

Posted: Jan 25, 2014


Published on Jan 17, 2014 IEET Affiliate Scholar John Niman talks about IBM’s computer system, Watson and how AI may be able to take “Professional” Jobs.


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