In the airline industry, timing and synchronization are everything when it comes to the customer experience. Mitigating unforeseen circumstances against customer expectations and good old supply and demand are all issues well within the wheelhouse of AI’s predictive capabilities.
India’s current patient to physician ratio prevents thousands from receiving individualized care needed. iKure has developed a network of facilities with an integrated EMR system that brings care to rural communities in India, Vietnam, and Africa at an affordable and convenient way.
The data science market is evolving rapidly. Businesses need to respond to a volatile climate and be able to scale cost-efficiently by automating AI lifecycle management. A key phase in the AI lifecycle is model selection, training, and deployment. Many data scientists and developers today want to
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
Prescriptive analytics helps identify the best course of action that can enable businesses to achieve organizational goals. Although figuring out what you should do is a crucial aspect of business, the value of prescriptive analytics is often missed. There is still an inclination to “go with the
Today, “doing more with less” is a key principle driving business strategy across many resource-intensive industries. Organisations are looking to get more out of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) than just great insights. They need access to recommendations that help simplify
As we learn to cope at a personal level with the dynamic development of the COVID-19 outbreak, we are seeing an increasing impact to businesses in every industry. Supply chains are broken, demands are shifting and resources are shrinking. How do you prepare your business for the economic and
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing everything from customer service in banking to data privacy compliance to elevator maintenance. That’s why businesses and public sector organizations around the world have AI programs on their IT agenda. Yet in spite of the broad interest, only 20
IBM Data Science and AI Elite team members Mehrnoosh Vahdat and Rachael Dottle were just one month into their IBM careers when they received their first assignment last July.
The project jettisoned them into the heart of Africa, where their banking client was looking to surface new business
The IBM Data Science and AI Elite team showed that PostNord can predict non-deliveries of traceable items depending on address, weather condition, sizes and time of delivery. By leveraging AI, it’s possible to reduce non-deliveries by 50 percent annually, beneficial for both customers and PostNord
James Fisher & Sons had hearty ambitions to build predictive maintenance capabilities for its customers' subsea cables -- but lacked the right data to do so. In a creative pivot, the IBM Data Science and AI Elite team delivered more than what the heritage engineering company bartered for --