It is now clear that Emma Watson is the Belle from Beauty and the Beast that we have been waiting for. On Friday, Disney released an exclusive first listen to Watson singing "Something There" from the upcoming 2017 live action remake of the classic fairytale. The chilling rendition puts to bed any doubts over Watson's ability to sing. The role will be Watson's first singing gig, with the Harry Potter star confessing to Total Film magazine in 2015 that she found the musical part "terrifying." "I sing, so that's really unexpected," she told the magazine, according to The Telegraph.
Watson, 22, fell during non-contact practice on the field, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported. An MRI revealed that it will take about 8-9 months for rehabilitation and that he should be ready for the start of the 2018 season. It isn't clear now which knee was injured. He was not able to finish practice and was replaced by quarterback Tom Savage. The Texans will sign Matt McGloin as a backup quarterback, the Houston Chronicle reported.
At IBM we continue to "walk the walk" when it comes to AI. The most recent example is the new IBM Watson Content Hub (WCH) Marketing Connector – a Google Chrome plug-in for IBM Watson Campaign Automation (WCA) that integrates IBM Watson Content Hub directly within the WCA user experience – making it easy to access and use rich assets when creating emails, dynamic email options and landing pages. In addition to taming content sprawl with cognitive content/asset tagging inside WCH for web, mobile and other digital channels, the same content can now be more effectively reused in an organization's supporting digital marketing campaigns – ensuring consistency critical for varied customer digital engagement entry points.