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IBM's "Watson" Computing System to Challenge All Time Greatest Jeopardy! Champions 2010.12.25

Armonk, N.Y. & Culver City, Calif., USA - December 14, 2010 - IBM (NYSE: IBM) and America's Favorite Quiz show Jeopardy! today announced that an IBM computing system named "Watson" will compete on Jeopardy! against the show's two most successful and celebrated contestants - Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter.

Courtesy of IBM / YouTube
 

Armonk, N.Y. & Culver City, Calif., USA - December 14, 2010

IBM (NYSE: IBM) and America’s Favorite Quiz show® Jeopardy! today announced that an IBM computing system named “Watson” will compete on Jeopardy! against the show’s two most successful and celebrated contestants - Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter.

Jeopardy! is produced by Sony Pictures Television, a Sony Pictures Entertainment Company. It is distributed domestically by CBS Television Distribution and internationally by CBS Television International, both units of CBS Corp.
Courtesy of IBM / YouTube
 
The first-ever man vs. machine Jeopardy! competition
will air on February 14, 15 and 16, 2011, with two matches being played over three consecutive days.

Jeopardy!, the winner of 28 Emmy awards since its syndicated debut in 1984, is in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most awards won by a TV Game Show.
Courtesy of IBM / YouTube
 
Watson, named after IBM founder Thomas J. Watson
, was built by a team of IBM scientists who set out to accomplish a grand challenge – build a computing system that rivals a human’s ability to answer questions posed in natural language with speed, accuracy and confidence.

Dave Ferrucci, IBM Chief Scientist of IBM's Watson Computing System.
Courtesy of IBM
 
The Jeopardy! format
provides the ultimate challenge because the game’s clues involve analyzing subtle meaning, irony, riddles, and other complexities in which humans excel and computers traditionally do not.

Video

http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/33233.wss  


Competing against Watson will be two of the most celebrated players ever to appear on Jeopardy! Ken Jennings broke the Jeopardy! record for the most consecutive games played by winning 74 games in a row during the 2004-2005 season, resulting in winnings of more than $2.5 million.

Courtesy of IBM / YouTube
 
Brad Rutter
won the highest cumulative amount ever by a single Jeopardy! player, earning $3,255,102.

The total amount is a combination of Rutter’s original appearance in 2002, plus three Tournament wins: the “Tournament of Champions” and the "Million Dollar Masters Tournament" in 2002 and the "Ultimate Tournament of Champions" in 2005.

Courtesy of IBM / YouTube
 
The grand prize for this competition will be $1 million with second place earning $300,000 and third place $200,000.

Courtesy of IBM / YouTube
 
Rutter and Jennings will donate 50 percent of their winnings to charity
and IBM will donate 100 percent of its winnings to charity.

Dr. David Ferrucci, Watson Principal Investigator, IBM Research.
Courtesy of IBM / YouTube
 
"After four years, our scientific team believes that Watson is ready for this challenge based on its ability to rapidly comprehend what the Jeopardy! clue is asking, analyze the information it has access to, come up with precise answers, and develop an accurate confidence in its response,” said Dr. David Ferrucci, the scientist leading the IBM Research team that has created Watson.
“Beyond our excitement for the match itself, our team is very motivated by the possibilities that Watson's breakthrough computing capabilities hold for building a smarter planet and helping people in their business tasks and personal lives."

Harry Friedman, Executive Producer, Jeopardy!
Courtesy of IBM / YouTube
 
"We're thrilled that Jeopardy! is considered a benchmark of ultimate knowledge,” said Harry Friedman, Executive Producer of Jeopardy!.
“Performing well on Jeopardy! requires a combination of skills, and it will be fascinating to see whether a computer can compete against arguably the two best Jeopardy! players ever."


Prepping a Machine to Play a Human


This fall, Watson played more than 50 “sparring games” against former Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions contestants in final preparation for its television debut.
In addition, Watson has taken and passed the same Jeopardy! contestant test that humans take to qualify to play on the show, giving Jeopardy! producers confidence that the match will be both entertaining and competitive.

Courtesy of IBM / YouTube
 
Highlights of the sparring matches
can be viewed and tracked over the next few weeks at

www.ibmwatson.com  


Real World Applications for Watson’s Technology


Beyond Jeopardy!, the technology behind Watson can be adapted to solve problems and drive progress in various fields.

Dr. John E. Kelly III, Senior Vice President and Director of IBM Research.
Courtesy of IBM / YouTube
 
The computer has the ability to sift through vast amounts of data and return precise answers, ranking its confidence in its answers.

Dr. David Gondek, Watson Algorithms and Strategy, IBM Research.
Courtesy of IBM / YouTube
 
The technology could be applied in areas such as healthcare, to help accurately diagnose patients, to improve online self-service help desks, to provide tourists and citizens with specific information regarding cities, prompt customer support via phone, and much more.


What is Watson?


Watson is a breakthrough human achievement in the scientific field of Question and Answering, also known as "QA."

IBM's Watson computing system is made up of electronically generated graphic compositions in which computer algorithms define the shape, texture and motion. The visual identity provides a peak at what a computer goes through as it responds to a Jeopardy! clue. Watson’s on-stage persona shares the graphic structure and tonality of the IBM Smarter Planet logo, a symbol of the company's effort to make the world work better.
Courtesy of IBM
 
The Watson software
is powered by an IBM POWER7 server optimized to handle the massive number of tasks that Watson must perform at rapid speeds to analyze complex language and deliver correct responses to Jeopardy! clues.

The Watson software is powered by an IBM POWER7 server optimized to handle the massive number of tasks that Watson must perform at rapid speeds to analyze complex language and deliver correct responses to Jeopardy! clues.
Courtesy of IBM / YouTube
 
The system incorporates a number of proprietary technologies for the specialized demands of processing an enormous number of concurrent tasks and data while analyzing information in real time.


About Jeopardy!


Jeopardy!, the winner of 28 Emmy awards since its syndicated debut in 1984, is in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most awards won by a TV Game Show.

Courtesy of IBM / YouTube
 
The series is the #1-rated quiz show in syndication with nearly 9 million daily viewers.

Jeopardy! is produced by Sony Pictures Television, a Sony Pictures Entertainment Company.
It is distributed domestically by CBS Television Distribution and internationally by CBS Television International, both units of CBS Corp.

For more information about Jeopardy!, visit

www.Jeopardy.com  

For photos and art work of Jeopardy!, visit

www.cbspressexpress.com  


About IBM


For more information, please visit

www.ibmwatson.com  

 
 
To join the social discussion about Watson

http://www.ibm.com/social/watson  

include the hashtag #ibmwatson in a tweet.

Follow Watson on Facebook:

www.facebook.com/ibmwatson  


Contact(s) information

Michael Loughran
IBM Media Relations
914-945-1613
914-443-9816 (m)
mloughra@us.ibm.com  

Phil Zimmerman
Jeopardy! Senior Publicist
310-244-6514
phil_zimmerman@spe.sony.com  


SOURCE: IBM

http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/33233.wss  



Video
IBM Watson Why Jeopardy?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1c7s7-3fXI&feature  



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