Each month in this new video series, “Answers in Analytics,” as we approach IBM’s Insight Conference, IBM clients will reveal in their own words, in man-on-the-street–style interviews, how IBM offerings are instrumental in helping them infuse analytics into their businesses.
Global acts of war are waging on the newest—and potentially most dangerous—battlefield, as aggressive cyberwarfare attacks threaten governments and businesses alike. Don’t miss this interactive meeting to find out how close we are to midnight on the doomsday clock.
The Internet and our social feeds are full of blogs, news and articles on the strides that the public sector is making with big data and analytics. This Public Sector News series skims the wires and pulls out highly interesting articles that provide the fodder for thought and debate.
The conversation—indeed, the debate—around big data and privacy in education has been heating up. And it’s a discussion worth having, especially considering how many apps children use and how much data children unwittingly share.
The Internet and our social feeds are full of blogs, news and articles on the strides that the public sector is making with big data and analytics. This Public Sector News series skims the wires and pulls out the most interesting articles that give us fodder for thought and debate.
The world’s population is increasingly moving to urban areas, creating a dense and complex environment for crime. To combat urban crime, public safety workers are breaking down departmental silos and moving toward predictive policing systems. But how can we ensure public safety officials present a
I’d rather not be in the wrong place at the wrong time when a major threat occurs. But if I were, I would be comforted knowing that emergency personnel knew how to handle an earthquake in Vancouver as well as they did a water main break just down the street.
As governments struggle to meet their citizens’ expectations, it’s time to consider a different model for providing necessary services. A new cloud solution can help governments worldwide function successfully during times of instability.
Previously we looked at how IBM is building the “Wimbledon Digital Assistant” based on Watson technology, which has been trained to answer questions about the Wimbledon championships. This conclusion describes how we dealt with two types of data that Watson needed to understand—general knowledge
Armed with the most relevant information on patterns, relationships, vulnerabilities and potential scenarios, analysts can then quickly assimilate insights and take actions to confidently make mission critical decisions.
The Internet, including our social feeds, is chock full of blogs, news and articles on the strides that the public sector is making with big data and analytics. This Public Sector News series skims the wires to pull out the most interesting articles giving us fodder for thought and debate.
Today, IBM is reinforcing its commitment to help build a safer planet with the announcement of the Safer Planet Portfolio—a robust suite of solutions for law enforcement, emergency management, defense/national security, cyberthreat intelligence and counter fraud designed to help professionals
This year IBM is implementing a Watson system that has been trained on the Wimbledon championships. By asking questions of Watson in natural language, users of the system can find answers to their problems – whether general knowledge or statistical in nature. This type of solution has many