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Webinar: Machine Learning with Watson Studio and DSX

Posted: Jun 07, 2018

Category: Predictive Analytics | Tags: Webinar

WATSON STUDIO

IBM Watson Studio accelerates the machine and deep learning workflows required to infuse AI into your business to drive innovation. It provides a suite of tools for data scientists, application developers and subject matter experts to collaboratively and easily work with data and use that data to build, train and deploy models at scale.

DSX LOCAL

Data Science Experience Local (or DSX Local) is a version of DSX that can be installed and run in your own location, behind your firewall. You can use the tools you love in DSX Cloud with secure, fast and easy access to your enterprise data.

DSX Local provides the same tools and experience as DSX in the Cloud, including Spark, R, Python and Anaconda which are all integrated to work together in a productive collaborative experience.

With DSX Local, these tools provide same great experience locally, on their own private cloud, giving users easy access to enterprise data sources quickly and securely without needing to move data to the cloud, or open external connections to these data sources. 

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This webinar includes a demonstration of Watson Explorer and DSX Local which showcase capabilities of IBM Watson Machine Learning.

LPA can help you get started with DSX and IBM Watson Machine Learning through training and enablement services. LPA also provides Predictive Analytics Services which help your organization develop predictive models to transform your business using DSX, SPSS, IAAS and other IBM tools. Not sure how to get started with machine learning? LPA's analytics roadmap services, helps you figure out where you are, where you want to be and how to get there. 

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