IBM Watson Workshop
Get hands-on with designers from IBM as they share how they blend high and low tech tools to help solve complex challenges and implement creative strategies for change. Learn how they use IBM Watson to develop computer systems that understand language and solve problems like humans. You’ll get the chance to work in teams of your own to determine how an experience can be improved, uplifted, and reimagined with computers that think the way humans do.
This FREE 1-session workshop is open to all New York City high school students. Session takes place from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 16.
DesignPrep is a series of FREE teen workshops, studio tours and college visits, which focus on all forms of design from fashion and architecture to product and graphic design. Learn more HERE.
DesignPrep is made possible in part by the generous sponsorship of
Additional support is provided by the Altman Foundation, internal Smithsonian Institution funds from the Youth Access Grants program, Deutsche Bank, The New York Community Trust and its Hive Digital Media Learning Fund, the Richard and Jean Coyne Family Foundation, the School of Visual Arts, and the Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation.