IBM should put its Watson on the world grid computing for humanity…

4 Sep

Intelligent Internet Search Engine that answers any question by any internet user is a revolution in human knowledge. IBM built Watson DeepQA to beat the Jeopardy champions Ken and Brad on tv show. Watson is built with many participating universities. It works on an IBM supercomputer. If and when we put this program on the internet we need a many times bigger supercomputer to be able to answer questions from all internet users around the world. This is only possible with volunteer computing from the world community grid which is sponsored by IBM. So it is urgent duty of IBM now to put its Watson on this grid program for the benefit of humanity as soon as possible. Please IBM do not be evil…

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World Community Grid

 

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World Community Grid
Motto technology solving problems
Formation November 16, 2004[1]
Type distributed computing project
Membership over 564,000 registered user accounts[2]
Website worldcommunitygrid.org

World Community Grid (WCG) is an effort to create the world’s largest public computing grid to tackle scientific research projects that benefit humanity.[3] Launched November 16, 2004, it is funded and operated by IBM with client software currently available for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and FreeBSD operating systems.[4][5][6]

Using the idle time of computers around the world, World Community Grid’s research projects have analyzed aspects of the human genome, HIV, dengue, muscular dystrophy, cancer, influenza, rice crop yields, and clean energy. The organization has so far partnered with over 400 other companies and organizations to assist in the work and has over 562,000 registered user accounts.[2]

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