Access IBM’s Watson Supercomputer for Free
Ryan Simmons / 2 years ago
IBM has opened up its Watson supercomputing platform to everybody for free. The decision to open up a public beta for the data analytics platform means that we now all have partial access to a supercomputer, anytime, anywhere.
Using what is described as “the most powerful natural-language supercomputer in the world”, you can upload a dataset and let Watson analyse it all in incredibly accurate detail – producing correlations, predictive analyses, graphs, charts and even infographics that represent your data.
It’s a very interesting concept and is probably the first time anybody and everybody has been able to access a supercomputer for free. You can access Watson at IBM’s website here, where you will be required to set up a free account.
I know what some of you are wondering. Can it run Crysis?