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WatsonPaths uses a transparent reasoning path
WatsonPaths provides a graphic readout of its reasoning
WatsonPaths was developed to help teach medical students critical thinking
WatsonPaths uses natural language and the ability to process unstructured data to aid diagnosis
WatsonPaths can draw on medical literature to aid in diagnosis
WatsonPaths is designed to provide doctors with natural interaction.
When IBM’s Watson supercomputer took on two human champions of the television quiz show Jeopardy and won, it was hailed as a breakthrough in machine intelligence. Now in an effort to expand the practical applications for the "world’s smartest computer," IBM Research and has taken the wraps off two new projects aimed at the medical community.
Read the full article: IBM's Watson adapted to teach medical students and aid diagnosis
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