IBM made waves at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show with a variety of innovations in cognitive computing. From IBM CEO Ginni Rometty’s keynote address to conversations with dinosaurs, CES 2016 offered innovation at every turn.
Consumer electronics and IoT are converging, but there are other players in the cosmic mix. And there's no place better to witness the chemistry than on the proving grounds of CES, one of the world's largest consumer electronics events.
Last year I made a few predictions about what would come to pass in the big data landscape in 2015. How close was I? Let’s revisit some of my 2015 predictions to see if they came to fruition and whether there were any surprises.
When it comes to customer relationships, no business wants to be caught by surprise. This is why organizations that consistently find themselves surprised by their customers should seek new data solutions to reduce unpredictability.
Change is coming for the transportation and logistics services industry. New regulations, driver expectations and the demands of a connected world are driving OEMs and electronics manufacturers forward.
Cognitive computing is reshaping the Internet of Things, helping enterprises enter the flow of IoT data to uncover unexpected insights and answer previously unanswerable questions. Find out how you can reimagine your future with the help of the cognitive Internet of Things.
Road-ready 3D-printed vehicles are no longer the stuff of imagination but of rapidly approaching reality. But how can Internet of Things connectivity and smart technology help keep drivers’ eyes on the road and their hands on the wheel? Discover how safe, smart and sustainable devices are bringing
How does the Internet of Things figure in your organization’s future? With the IoT space growing by the day in ways never before imagined, companies need a way to make sense of the flood of data their devices are exposing. Discover how your company can harness the power of its data by taking a
Today, weather is big business—and big data. What’s more, weather data can now be used in conjunction with critical business data originating from the Internet of Things to inform decisions about how to staff stores, reroute vehicles or shift pricing as forecasts change.
Some economists and philosophers tell us that we are already in the midst of a fourth industrial revolution. But what does that mean for companies operating in a time of change and upheaval? Join us for a look at how operations executives are prioritizing technological change.
Come celebrate IBM’s investment in the Internet of Things. From 1 December to 15 December, join us for daily Twitter polls on our channel, at https://twitter.com/ibmiot, culminating in a live CrowdChat on 16 December.
What wisdom lies in crowds, and how can we gain access to it? The Internet of Things may help us take advantage of emerging interactions between people, devices and data. To learn more, discover how the Internet of Things is connecting not only things, but also people—and ideas.
Is your organization stuck at the edge of Hadoop adoption, searching for a path to broad use that doesn’t hold back your most proficient users? Big data discovery technology aims to help you bridge the chasm between early adoption and majority use, bringing rank-and-file users into the fold without
The world’s a risky place. And yet the human race has become very adept at risk mitigation in the face of every nasty thing it might throw our way—or that we may hurl at each other. Discover how social sentiment, beliefs and practices that perpetuate environmental risk factors can play a