- Instead of "not my circus, not my monkeys", I'm thinking about trying "become the ringmaster, adopt the monkeys". Seems more interesting. 10:36:22, 2015-06-12
- RT @uscode: US Code: All titles and Popular Name Tool updated thru Pub. L. 114-22 at http://t.co/O5wXKPsVsK 10:48:08, 2015-06-12
- RT @kirschsubjudice: I’ve tweeted it all day, and now I’ve finished it and it’s brilliant and you should read it http://t.co/OJXhLQ94ZD by … 10:56:36, 2015-06-12
- My Twitter Digest for 06/11/2015 http://t.co/lJ5a7Xwh5Y 15:31:23, 2015-06-12
- Let’s Encrypt aims to bring web encryption to all sites for free http://t.co/ANgTZ2b25e 22:05:15, 2015-06-12
Since IBM opened IBM Watson to the world last year, it has been building a developer and entrepreneur community around the development platform. The community now consists of more than 280 commercial partners, as well as tens of thousands of developers, students, entrepreneurs and other enthusiasts that are generating up to 3 billion monthly API requests on Watson.
How IBM Watson apps are changing 7 industries | Computerworld http://www.computerworld.com/article/2934460/emerging-technology/how-ibm-watson-apps-are-changing-7-industries.html#slide1
Surprise! Legal and education didn’t make the list. Maybe it isn’t much of a surprise. Both “industries” aren’t really driven by data crunching but much more by human interaction and both have been rather impervious to automation.