Access IBM’s Watson Supercomputer for Free



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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.

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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?

Source: Gizmodo


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4 Responses to “Access IBM’s Watson Supercomputer for Free”
  1. Paskal says:

    getting this error after login

    FBTSPS061E An unexpected error has occurred with a protocol module
    com.tivoli.am.fim.fedmgr2.protocol.GenericPocAuthenticationDelegateProtocol.

  2. clayton71740 says:

    6:05 AM on 2/20/2017 = SAME -can not get access

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