IBM Watson Explorer Room for Improvement

Devops Engineer at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
I haven't played with it in depth enough really to answer this so much. The scheduling is always tricky when you're trying to get a big group together. People are people, so unless you can improve the people, we're talking process, so... View full review »
Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
I would say, give some kind of a community edition, a free edition. A lot of companies do, even Amazon gives you some kind of trial and error opportunities. If they could provide something like that, it would be good. View full review »
President at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Much of IBM operates this way, where they have sets of tools that are in the middleware space, and it becomes the customer's responsibility or the business partner's responsibility to develop full solutions that take advantage of that middleware. I think IBM's finding itself in that spot with Watson-related technologies as well, where the capabilities to do really interesting and useful things for customers is there, but somebody still has to build it. Is that going to be the customer? Are they going to be willing to take on that responsibility themselves? Or is a third-party, a vendor, going to create solutions and make them available? So that ecosystem still needs to happen. View full review »
Shannon Orourke
Head of Commercialization at Woodside Energy
WEX is more a platform, I believe, than it is the application. I could talk about what I'm looking for in the application. We've done visualizations and we can do basic analysis with the system as it stands. Where we're looking to take it is implementing it into workflows, so the workers on the line can actually understand the risks that they're exposing themselves to and then address them on the fly. So that's fantastic. And then the final one is, it's not prediction, but maybe anticipation. So when people are put at risk, we'll be implementing solutions shortly that will help people anticipate the risks and the dangers they're exposing themselves to so they can control them. View full review »
Alexandre Martins
Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
In the next three months, Bradesco will start to working with the AIX operating system. Today it is working on Solaris but all of the machines are being switched. View full review »
Sales Engineer at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
More cognitive feedback would be good. The natural language analysis is great, the sentiment analyzers are great. But I would just like to see more - I don't know what those ideas are - just more innovation done with the Watson platform, that would be interesting. View full review »
Technical Director at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
It needs better language support, to include some other languages. Also, they should improve the user interface. View full review »
Yutaka Sugano
Architect at Rakuten
I would like to see the ease of use improved so that more junior people, like a business analyst, could directly improve the model. That would be nice. View full review »

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