Today at Think 2019, IBM announced a new vision for the future of AI and digital transformation. Along the way, we made a number of announcements and updates that could profoundly impact how enterprises will use analytics and AI to shape the future of their business. In all, it was definitely a big
Every company has its own set of problems that it attempts to solve. In our case, we needed a more efficient and accurate way to identify the relationships between businesses on which we maintain data.
Martec's law states, “Technology changes exponentially; organizations change logarithmically.” Translation? Technology will accelerate faster than companies can adapt to increasing data growth and adopt new business models.
The business that gets there first won’t necessarily win digital and AI game. It will be the one that ingrains digital and AI in its business as much as possible. Starting from applying intelligent data science where it matters most and progressively using it in every aspect of the business.
Many people agree that artificial intelligence (AI) is the key to the future of business. However, unlocking the full potential of AI has proven elusive for many companies, especially at the enterprise level.
On September 13, Rob Thomas together with ESPN anchor Hannah Storm, will lead a discussion around the transformative potential of AI, the importance of a multi-cloud architecture — and how companies representing a range of industries – from manufacturing to health care — are winning with AI. Attend
It seems like CEOs all over the world are realizing that to be competitive, they have to embrace technologies like private cloud and artificial intelligence (AI). IBM Cloud Private for Data empowers organizations to be AI-ready with an integrated analytics platform.
Building on the success of the IBM Chief Data Officer Strategy Summit Fall 2017, the IBM Chief Data Officer Summit Spring 2018 took place 1 - 2 May in San Francisco. We've collected a full social recap in the below Twitter Moment, as well as interviews and keynote videos for you to peruse.
Machine learning is being used at the heart of next- generation methods for self-driving cars, facial recognition, fraud detection and much more. At IBM, we’re applying machine learning methods to SQL processing so databases can literally learn from experience.