Columbus Collaboratory develops IBM Watson connector – and is giving it away for free

A rendering of mainframe computers.

Story excerpt provided by Columbus Business First.

Written by Carrie Ghose.

A data analytics and cybersecurity joint venture created to serve some of the largest Central Ohio corporations has built and released a connecting tool that could help some 2 million data scientists access IBM Corp.’s Watson supercomputer – free.

Columbus Collaboratory LLC made the connector as an offshoot of internal projects for its seven corporate parents, but released it in GitHub, a digital open-source repository of code that any user can edit or incorporate in their own software.

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Originally published August 15, 2016.


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