Definition of analytical thinking

In the practice round, Watson demonstrated a human-like ability for complex wordplay, correctly responding, for example, to “Classic candy bar that’s a female Supreme Court justice” with “What is Baby Ruth Ginsburg?” Rutter noted that although the retrieval of information is “trivial” for Watson and difficult for a human, the human is still better at the complex task of comprehension. Nevertheless, machine learning allows Watson to examine its mistakes against the correct answers to see where it erred and so inform future responses. 

Georges Braque :
Still Life with Herrings/Fish (1909-11), MoMA, NY.
Mandora (1909-10), Tate Gallery, London.
Still Life with Violin and Pitcher (1910), Kunstmuseum, Basel.
The Factories of Rio-Tinto in Estaque (1910) Musee National d'Art Moderne.
Violin and Candlestick (1910), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Violin and Palette (1910), Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, New York.
Still Life with a Violin (1911) Musee National d'Art Moderne.
Man with a Guitar (1911), MoMA, NY.
Still Life with Glass, Dice, Newspaper, Card (1913), Art Institute Chicago.

Definition of analytical thinking

definition of analytical thinking


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