Special Interest Group: Oil and Gas

Analytics in The Cognitive Era: An Introduction to Watson Analytics

  • 1.  Analytics in The Cognitive Era: An Introduction to Watson Analytics

    Posted 04-30-2016 16:29

    Our most recent AIIM Southwest Chapter meeting discussing content analytics was a terrific success, so we will expand our discussion in May to include IBM Watson.

    Nick Acosta of IBM will lead the presentation, Watson demonstration, and an interactive question and answer discussion titled, "Analytics in The Cognitive Era: An Introduction to Watson Analytics."

    Join your friends and industry colleagues to expand your knowledge, grow your relationships, and get a sneak peek into how Watson's intelligent engine is growing.

    Invite your friends and colleagues to register/RSVP also!

    Agenda

    • Networking, 11:00-11:20
    • Lunch, 11:20-Noon
    • Presentation, discussion, demonstration, etc., Noon-1:00

    Please note we are now using Meetup.com for event registration and payment.

    More information and registration

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    Ritch Tolbert
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  • 2.  RE: Analytics in The Cognitive Era: An Introduction to Watson Analytics

    Posted 05-02-2016 04:33

    Ritch,

    thanks for sharing. Can you tell us where the event will be held (location)? And for those of us that cannot attend, is there an option that the demonstration / presentation is recorded for later viewing?

    Thanks,

    Dennie

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    Dennie Heye
    AIIM Oil & Gas SIG Leader



  • 3.  RE: Analytics in The Cognitive Era: An Introduction to Watson Analytics

    Posted 05-03-2016 21:00

    The event is in Houston (the Southwest Chapter) at the Houston Engineering and Scientific Society, which is near the Galleria close to Westheimer and Chimney Rock.  We will not have good recording capabilities available; however, we could do as we have done before.  I could give you my contact and the same speaker may be able to present virtually for the SIG in a separate session.

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    Ritch Tolbert