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Introduction to this is Watson

The Economist Explains How Machine Learning Works

The Economist The dawn of artificial intelligence

Watson’s Next Feat: Taking on Cancer

IBM Institute of Business Value reports on cognitive computing

HBR article about cognitive and Watson

HBR 2015: Meet Your New Employee

0914MEM_Noor_single Mechanical Engineering Cover feature, Game Changers, AHMED K. NOOR,  Eminent Scholar and William E. Lobeck Professor of Modeling, Simulation and Visualization Engineering at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va.

Mechanical Engineering, Putting Big Data to Work; Ahmed K. Noor

Simulation, learning, and optimization techniques in Watson’s game strategies

The Deep Q/A Research Team Publications

Transforming the Way Organizations Think With Cognitive Systems (red book paper)

An Ecosystem of Innovation (white paper)

Building Watson – An Overview of the DeepQA Project (pdf)

From Communications of the ACM  article on Cognitive Computing 

8 Steps to IBM Worklight mobile application development

Creating cognitive applications powered by Watson (pdf)

Smarter Planet: Introducing a brain-inspired chip

The Atlantic: Systems That Perceive, Think, and Act

Discover: The Quest to Build a Silicon Brain

The Economist: Neuromorphic computing The machine of a new soul

New York Times: I.B.M. Announces Brainy Computer Chip

Science: First Place in Illustration Category of 2012 Science/NSF International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge

A New Era of Computing Requires a New Way to Program Computers

From Rama Akkiraju

  • 25 Tweets to Know You: A New Model to Predict Personality with Social Media; Pierre-Hadrien Arnoux, Anbang Xu, Neil Boyette, Jalal Mahmud, Rama Akkiraju, Vibha Sinha
  • Zhe Liu, Yi Wang, Jalal Mahmud, Rama Akkiraju, Jerald Schoudt, Anbang Xu, Bryan Donovan: To Buy or Not to Buy? Understanding the Role of Personality Traits in Predicting Consumer Behaviors.
  • Anbang Xu, Haibin Liu, Liang Gou, Rama Akkiraju, Jalal Mahmud, Vibha Sinha, Yuheng Hu, Mu Qiao: Predicting Perceived Brand Personality with Social Media. Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM) ICWSM 2016: 436-445
  • X. Liu, A. Xu, L. Gou, H. Liu, R. Akkiraju, and H.W. Shen. SocialBrands: Visual Analysis of Public Perceptions of Brands on Social Media. Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Visual Analytics Science and Technology (VAST), 2016.
  • Shereen Oraby, Pritam Gundecha, Jalal Mahmud, Mansurul Bhuyan, Rama Akkiraju: How May I Help You? Modeling Twitter Customer Service Conversations Using Fine-Grained Dialogue Acts. Accepted to be published at IUI
  • A. Xu, Z. Liu, Y. Guo, V. Sinha, and R. Akkiraju. A New Chatbot for Customer Service on Social Media. Accepted at CHI 2017.
  • S. Tomkins, A. Xu, Z. Liu, Y. Guo, H. Liu, V. Sinha, and R. Akkiraju. Discovering Domain Specific Dialog Acts; A Quantitative and Unsupervised Method. Submitted to WWW 2017.
  • Z. Liu, A. Xu, J. Schoudt, J. Mahmud, and R. Akkiraju. Does Personality Matter? A Study of Personality and Situational Effects on Consumer Behavior. Submitted to CHI 2017.
  • Z. Liu, A. Xu, M. Zhang, J. Mahmud, and R. Akkiraju. Rhetorical Devices of Generating Applause Learnt from TED Talks. Submitted to CHI 2017.
  • P. Arnoux, A. Xu, and et al. 25 Tweets to Know You: A New Model to Predict Personality with Social Media. Submitted to CHI 2017.
  • Xiaotong Liu, Anbang Xu, Rama Akkiraju, and Vibha Sinha. 2017. Understanding Purchase Behaviors through Personality-driven Traces. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA ’17). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 1837-1843. DOI

More from Rama Previous Years:

[C.44] Pierre-Hadrien Arnoux, Anbang Xu, Neil Boyette, Jalal Mahmud, Rama Akkiraju, Vibha Sinha. 25 Tweets to Know you: A New Model to Predict Personality with Social Media. to appear at ICWSM 2017.
[C.43] Zhe Liu, Anbang Xu, Mengdi Zhang, Jalal Mahmud and Vibha Sinha. Fostering User Engagement: Rhetorical Devices for Applause Generation Learnt from TED Talks. to appear at ICWSM 2017.
[C.42] Euna Mehnaz Khan, Md Saddam Hossain Mukta, Mohammed Eunus Ali and Jalal Mahmud. Predicting Movie Genre Preferences from User Personality and Values.  to appear at ICWSM 2017.
[C.41] Shereen Oraby, Pritam Gundecha, Jalal Mahmud, Mansurul Bhuiyan, Rama Akkiraju. How May I Help You? Modeling Twitter Customer Service Conversations Using Fine-Grained Dialogue Acts.  IUI 2017.
[C.40] Zhe Liu, Yi Wang, Jalal Mahmud, Rama Akkiraju, Jerald Schoudt, Anbang Xu, Bryan Donovan. To Buy or Not to Buy? Understanding the Role of Personality Traits in Predicting Consumer Behaviors.  SocInfo 2016.
[C.39] Md Saddam Hossain Mukta, Mohammed Eunus Ali, Jalal Mahmud. User Generated vs. Supported Contents: Which One Can Better Predict Basic Human Values? SocInfo 2016.
[C.38] Yi Wang, Jalal Mahmud and Taikun Liu. Understanding Cognitive Stles from User-Generated Social Media Content, ICWSM 2016
[C.37] Bin Xu, Liang Gou, Anbang Xu, Dan Cosley and Jalal Mahmud. Raising Awareness of Conveyed Personality in Social Media Traces,  ICWSM 2016
[C.36] Anbang Xu, Haibin Liu, Liang Gou, Rama Akkiraju, Jalal Mahmud and Vibha Sinha. Predicting Perceived Brand Personality with Social Media, ICWSM 2016
[C.35] Jalal Mahmud, Geli Fei, Anbang Xu, Aditya Pal, Michelle Zhou, Predicting Attitude and Actions of Twitter Users. ACM IUI 2016.
[C.34] Himel Dev, Mohammed Eunus Ali, Jalal Mahmud, Tanmoy Sen, Madhusudan Basak and Rajshakhar Paul. A Real-Time Crowd-Powered Testbed for Content Assessment of Potential Social Media Posts, SocInfo 2015.
[C.33] Chao Yang, Shimei Pan Jalal Mahmud,  Huahai Yang, Padmini Srinivasan, “Using Personal Traits for Brand Preference Prediction”, EMNLP 2015.
[C.32] Hasan Al Maruf, Nagib Meshkat, Mohammed Eunus Ali, Jalal Mahmud, “Human Behavior in Different Social Medias: A Case Study of Twitter and Disqus”, ASONAM 2015.
[C.31]  Jilin Chen, Eben Haber, Ruogu Kang, Gary Hsieh, Jalal Mahmud, Making Use of Derived Personality: The Case of Social Media Ad Targeting, ICWSM 2015.
[C.30] Tara Mathews, Jalal Mahmud, Jilin Chen, Michael Muller, Eben Haber, Harnen Badenes, “They Said What? Exploring the Relationship Between Language Use and Member Satisfaction in Communities”, CSCW 2015, March 2015, Vancouver, BC.
[C.29] Jalal Mahmud, “Why Do You Write This? Prediction of Influencers from Word Use”, ICWSM 2014, June 2014, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
[C.28] Jalal Mahmud, Huiji Gao, “Why Do You Spread This Message? Understanding Users Sentiment in Social Media Campaigns”, ICWSM 2014, June 2014, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
[C.27] Huiji Gao, Jalal Mahmud, Jilin Chen,Jeffrey Nichols, Michelle Zhou, “Modeling User Attitude toward Controversial Topics in Online Social Media”, ICWSM 2014, June 2014, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
[C.26] Gary Hsieh, Jilin Chen, Jalal Mahmud, Jeffrey Nichols, “You Read What You Value: Understanding Personal Values and Reading Interests”, CHI 2014, April 2014, Toronto, Canada.
[C.25] Kyumin Lee, Jalal Mahmud, Jilin Chen, Michelle Zhou, Jeffrey Nichols, “Who Will Retweet This? Automatically Identifying and Engaging Strangers on Twitter to Spread Information”, IUI 2014, Feb 2014, Haifa, Israel. (Nominated for Best Paper Award)
[C.24] Jilin Chen, Gary Hsieh, Jalal Mahmud, Jeffrey Nichols, “Understanding Individuals’ Personal Values from Social Media Word Use”, CSCW 2014, Feb 2014, Baltimore, USA.

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