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AI has been implemented in computer games for years to improve the gaming experience and to keep games interesting and fast moving. Basically, it helps the games engine to decide when to change the "script" of the game depending on the players behaviour.
 
In commissioning, Natural Language Processing (NLP) and AI can support users with decisions by providing answers to questions. Such questions can be written in natural language which IBM Watsontm can understand and respond to.

Before IBM Watson can respond, it needs to "learn" by reading many documents and by being asked many relevant questions. The questions that IBM Watson uses for training determine if it is able to understand the context and future questions.

i5 Health is currently training IBM Watson to understand Population Health Management to support commissioners with decision support for service reconfiguration and transformation. During this training period, i5 Health is inviting commissioners to join the training programme and receive a free COP report for their CCG or Trust. Please visit our website to sign up www.i5health.com or email support@i5health.com


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