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Ed Hoffer ehoffer at GMAIL.COM
Sat Aug 11 13:47:24 UTC 2018


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Ed
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> NEWS ALERT
> IBM Bet Billions That Watson Could Improve Cancer Treatment. It Hasn’t Worked.
> Can Watson cure cancer?
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> That’s what International Business Machines asked soon after its artificial-intelligence system beat humans at the quiz show “Jeopardy!” in 2011. Watson could read documents quickly and find patterns in data. Could it match patient information with the latest in medical studies to deliver personalized treatment recommendations?
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> Six years and billions of dollars later, the diagnosis for Watson is gloomy.
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