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Jim Demetriades, Veterans Health Administration

You might only know it from "Jeopardy!" but IBM's famous Watson technology has found a new use. Veterans Affairs plans to use it as part of a pilot program to quickly search electronic medical records. If it works as planned, it'll allow VA doctors to spend more time with their patients. Jim Demetriades is the director of emerging health technologies at the Veterans Health Administration. He joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with more on the program.

Tags: Jim Demetriades , Veterans Health Administration , IBM , Tom Temin , Federal Drive , Health IT

Thursday - 01/15/2015, 10:43am EST

Gov could reap benefits from semantic web - with right tools

Could the National Information Exchange Model help spread semantic technology throughout government?

Tags: Collaboration Center , Technology , semantic web , Government Computer News , IBM , National Information Exchange Model

Tuesday - 03/29/2011, 01:16pm EDT

Watson computer beats humans on Jeopardy

Watson, IBM's supercomputer, beat its human competitors on the game show.

Tags: Jeopardy , IBM , Dave McQueeney , Washington Post , Technology , Dorobek Insider , Must Reads

Thursday - 02/17/2011, 02:19pm EST

Is Watson ready for the doctor's office?

Dave Ross, commentator

Tags: Dave Ross , Jeopardy , health care

Wednesday - 02/16/2011, 09:37pm EST

'Jeopardy's' Watson still has limits

Dave Ross, commentator

Tags: Dave Ross , Jeopardy , Technology , computer

Tuesday - 02/15/2011, 09:40pm EST