Watson gives computer users a new way of finding useful information by proactively seeking, gathering and delivering information as it's needed. Watson provides related information based on the contents of a web page or document being created. It allows its users to gain access to a wealth of information in context, without the trouble of searching.
For example, Watson can be used to find analyst reports while preparing a presentation, find product reviews while reviewing sales material, find primary research while authoring a report, or even to find blog entries about a recent news event. Watson works with almost any online information source to provide users with a powerfully customized list of information, from virtually unlimited resources.
Watson works seamlessly with leading information sources, including web search engines, intranet portals, subscription services, databases, corporate extranets, KM solutions and emerging desktop search applications. Watson proactively finds content and information in places not typically checked by users, so they can form a more balanced perspective drawn from a more diverse range of sources.
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