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IBM to pour $200 million into Watson Internet of Things A.I. business in Munich

IBM said today it will invest $200 million in a new global headquarters for its Watson Internet of Things business in Munich Germany. The move is part of the strategy of combining Watson — the supercomputer that beat the world’s best human Jeopardy player — with the Internet of Things (IoT), or using sensors to […]
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