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Is your business ready to take advantage of cognitive computing? 

Watson is a machine-learning platform that’s been built to mirror the same learning process that humans have: Observe, Interpret, Evaluate and Decide. Through the use of this cognitive framework, Watson can search through a database of information and pull out key insights to bridge gaps in human knowledge. It’s expertise scaling for enterprise.

Watson has already helped businesses across a variety of industries increase their customer engagement, data discovery and informed decision making abilities. Is your business next?


Join us as we look at the evolution of big data, predictive analytics and cognitive computing:

  • Cognitive computing in context: examine how a large Australian media company have created a single customer view to yield increased margins and lift sales
  • Showcase how organisations are considering using the power of predictive analytics and cognitive computing
  • Practical tips to prepare you to take advantage of predictive analytics and cognitive computing


Julien Redmond - GM, Information Management, Certus Solutions


Julien Redmond oversees Certus’ Information Management and Business Analytics practices. With more than a decade of experience in the field, Julien is a thought leader in the areas of big data, predictive analytics, trusted data management and information governance.

Samuel Williams - Director of Marketing, Certus Solutions

sam-w-square-1.jpgWith some 20 years experience delivering sales and marketing results across EMEA, the USA and APAC, Sam headed up B2B marketing in several technology firms before striking out on his own. From Chief Strategy Officer of Blue Silicon based in the Silicon Valley, through to VP of Marketing at Kiwi success story Zeacom, Sam now heads up the marketing team at Certus Solutions. When he's not working, speaking, writing and film-making fill his time.


Date: Thursday 26th November
Time: 10:00am - 11:30am
Morning Tea will be served
Venue: Cumulus UP, 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000

Date: Tuesday 1st December
Time: 10:00 am - 11:30pm
Morning Tea will be served
George Room, QT Sydney, 49 Market Street Sydney NSW 2000

Tuesday 8th December
 7:15am - 8:45am
Breakfast will be served
Chandelier Room, Langham Hotel, 83 Symonds St, Grafton, Auckland 1010

Why not make the most of your morning by attending a Data, Devices and Design Roadshow seminar as well! These will be taking place on the same day as each of the Just ask Watson sessions in Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland. Click here to find out more. 


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