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After ‘Jeopardy,’ Next Target for IBM’s Watson? Third-Grade Math | IBM

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News video: After ‘Jeopardy,’ Next Target for IBM’s Watson? Third-Grade Math | IBMNew York Times story and short video about how IBM Watson cognitive computing is enabling essential and innovative improvements to one of our most critical issues -- the quality of teaching and learning in our schools. Developed in collaboration with education experts and -- equally important -- educators themselves, IBM Teacher Advisor harnesses the power of cognitive computing to answer educators' questions and help them build effective lesson plans. Read more: http://bit.ly/2efThkQ

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