Russia takes top prize at the National Geographic World Championship competition today at Google's headquarters in Mountain View, Calif.
In the first of three nights playing against two great "Jeopardy" champions, IBM supercomputer Watson scores well but shows precious little character. He also made howling errors.
Clock concept bugs you with puzzles as a wake-up call. The prospect of having an Alex Trebek experience every morning may sound unappealing, but it will get the job done.
In the second of three nights of the IBM Challenge, supercomputer Watson dominates and even shows inadvertent humor.
Big Blue took on chess champion Garry Kasparov. Now, an IBM program called Watson is preparing to take on champions of the game show "Jeopardy."
45 Minutes on IM: Eric Brown, a manager on IBM Research's Watson project, talks with CNET about building a computer that may be able to beat the world's best 'Jeopardy' players. He's confident the computer can emerge victorious.
According to the Thousand Robots blog, a contestant in the recent Jeopardy College Tournament...