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Edition 15/2017
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Artificial intelligence is difficult to grasp and is a topic of some debate presently. IBM recently presented the friendly humanoid robots Pepper and NAO at CeBIT. Thanks to the cognitive system, Watson answered visitors’ queries e.g. such as explaining a share and other money matters. Watson is likely to be deployed more in the financial sector among others. Robots could soon be welcoming guests in hotels or banks’ clients, said Dr. Wolfgang Hildesheim, Head of IBM Watson Group in Hamburg, in an interview with Hamburg News.

This news and other topics from Hamburg and its metropolitan region will be featured in this week’s edition of our newsletter. All topics mentioned therein are summaries of news presented in depth on the business platform Hamburg News. You can access the bilingual platform at www.hamburg-news.hamburg.

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The editorial team of Hamburg News


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