Data is the fuel, cloud is the vehicle, AI is the destination. The intersection of these three pillars of IT has been the focus of IBM. Through the launch of IBM Cloud Pak for Data, our modern data and AI platform, we have containerized numerous offerings and delivered them as microservices to
Many financial firms are increasing their use of AI models because they can represent the real world more accurately, and they can deliver better projections than traditional, rule-based models. But some AI models can add complexity and risk.
You can minimize that risk and also streamline the
Today’s market conditions elevate the need to put trusted data into the right hands almost in real-time. The market has been experiencing a dramatic demand for near-frictionless, fact-based decision-making processes. With business continuity top of mind, leaders are turning to DataOps programs to
Whether it’s an oncoming storm causing shoppers to stay home, or icy roads leading to shipping delays, weather has a significant effect on all industries. In fact, a study from the IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV) found that 100 percent of surveyed C-suite leaders believe weather impacts at
CIOs and other technology innovators are boldly leading their companies through change during this unprecedented time. As IT leaders make their journey to the cloud and prepare their business for the future, greater application modernization and agility is needed to meet these new marketplace
During these times of uncertainty, all companies are being stressed in new ways; supply chains are being halted with employee sickness, retail store doors are closed to encourage social distancing, and health care facilities are overwhelmed by patient demand.
In the wake of COVID-19, our banking
In my last blog I shared some tips and best practices for leveraging AI to prepare and plan ahead during this unprecedented time of disruption and change. I hope you found it helpful and refer back to it when needed (here). We are seeing an increasing impact to businesses in every industry. Supply
Innovation and adaptability are more vital than ever. Our ability to discover new insights, examine patterns and build hypotheses continuously helps us adjust and improve our response to rapidly changing conditions. The Innovator’s DNA by Jeff Dyer, et.al describes five discovery skills which are
The year 2020 could very well go down as the year that individuals, enterprises and governments worked more closely than ever to apply technology to solve the world’s most critical problems. Before the global response to COVID-19, world economic leaders attending the World Economic Forum Annual
Describing the breadth of IBM's leadership and experimentation in the data and AI space is no small task. IBM has been working with more than 200 production blockchain networks, thousands of regulatory documents and datasets across industries, and hundreds of AI research projects. This vast
With 2019 emerging as the warmest on record for the world’s oceans, the call to climate action continues as the theme for the 50-year anniversary of Earth Day 2020, described as the world’s largest environmental movement to drive transformative change for people and planet.
The eye on the prize
The current environment provides an unprecedented challenge for businesses across the globe. More than ever, there is a need to quickly analyze insights and make fast decisions as the market changes. As demands for real-time data increase, businesses with strapped resources need to make advanced
In times of crisis, technology is a lifeline. The most important technology of our generation is AI. Even now, with global business at its quietest, AI has proven the linchpin of supply chains to keep the world humming. A virtual helper to lean on during a pandemic. And a portal to reliable COVID-