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Friday, May 20 • 1:15pm - 3:15pm
IBM Watson Design Ideation Session FULL

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Get hands-on with IBM Watson at Moogfest! In this collaborative session, participants are guided through a rapid design ideation session lead by the IBM Watson Ecosystem lead designer, Maya Weinstein. Learn about IBM Watson technology, how IBM leverages design-thinking to create Powered by Watson apps, and how to use their design strategy to hack an experience. Be prepared for a fun, interactive, hands on session.

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Talent
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Maya Weinstein (IBM Watson)

Maya is the lead innovation consultant for the IBM Watson Ecosystem. She combines design thinking and agile methods to help partners mitigate risk and get to market faster. She has worked at IBM Watson for three years teaching and facilitating design thinking workshops both internally and externally. In her spare time, Maya hangs out with her senior dog Zion and evil cat Panda in Brooklyn, NY.

Program Themes
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Art & Artificial Intelligence

We are entering into a new age of computer science research: an age where machine learning algorithms use neural networks or probabilistic Markov models to emulate thinking, and consequently, conscious creativity. It is not merely encyclopedic knowledge, but creative problem solving that will define the future of artificial intelligence. What does it mean if computers be taught to hear, write, improvise, and play music? And can they do it in a... Read More →



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