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Q&A: IBM's Watson Leader On 'Dark Data' And The Age Of Reason

Ed Harbour tells CRN the partners he speaks to understand that cognitive computing is a disruptive force – and a huge opportunity. The key is to simplify the science into ways people can consume and innovate around.

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Where are we in the transformation process? Is the cognitive era just starting, or is it just over the horizon? Have we crossed that threshold?

I think the first question is: Is the market there? And I think absolutely the market is there. IBM is not the only capable firm in this space and there's more and more technology being introduced every day.

And that tells me that when you have others that are participating and bringing ideas forward, the market is there.

As we go forward, t's going to be continually evolving activities and continuing innovation.

I would say it is here. The market is established, it is commercially viable, and now it's just a matter of continuing to grow and be adopted.

 
 
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