11:15 AM Sunday
Silicon Valley Code Camp 2017session

Engage your customer using cognitive analytics in IBM Watson Explorer LAB

Come, learn and expand your knowledge in the growing field of cognitive content analytics. As an attendee you will be downloading and installing the latest Watson explorer product on your laptop and create a content mining application.

About This Session

LAB IBM® Watson Explorer is a cognitive search and content analysis platform that enables you to gain insights from your data. The solution allows you to search and analyze structured, unstructured, internal, external and public content to uncover trends and patterns. These insights help you improve decision-making, customer service and ROI. Leverage built-in machine learning, natural language processing and next-generation APIs to gain more value from your data. With analysis and insight, you gain a complete view of customers, in context, to help you improve your business. You will have first hand experience with the tool on your own laptop in this session. Come, learn and expand your knowledge in the growing field of cognitive content analytics.

11:15 AM Sunday   Room: Rendezvous

The Speaker(s)

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Rakesh Ranjan

Software Engineer , IBM

Rakesh Ranjan is a Program Director and Architect of Cloud Data Services at IBM Cloud.

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Travis Cook

Software Engineer , IBM

Software Engineer at IBM Hybrid Cloud.

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sharan kadagad

Software Engineer , IBM

Dedicated and self-motivated software engineer with 3 years of experience in varied technologies.

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Sachet Hegde

Software Engineer , IBM

Software developer at IBM Silicon Valley Lab San Jose

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