On this episode of Making Data Simple, host Al Martin chats with David Townsend, the head of design for IBM Data and AI. Before IBM, David was working as the design director, brand components and user experience for General Motors. His areas of design include multi-cloud, machine learning, AI, data
IBM is well-known for its powerful legacy of design throughout the 1980s. But the company’s focus on design dimmed until Phil Gilbert stepped up to the plate in 2010 and instilled design thinking throughout the company, empowering a legion of designers. The focus on hiring talent, investing in
At the Spark Technology Center, headquartered in San Francisco, you can build algorithms that drive deep intelligence into every application and share experiences to achieve success, fast. And more than a physical location, the center is a community that works together to showcase the true
Balance is easily achieved through product line engineering, a way of specifying the commonality and variation within the designs that make up multiple product lines. Product line engineering automates much of the relationship management that is required by the pragmatic aspect of engineering—
The smart, connected products that make up the Internet of Things are often distributed to global markets. Customers want a product that's just right for them. That demand means creating many product variants—which can be a big headache for product developers. See how a holistic approach offers
IBM is coming together with TED to host a first-of-its-kind event exploring ideas, insights and personal stories with a broad cross-section of IBM clients, partners, friends and IBMers. At this event, I will be speaking on IBM's big data approach to engagement analytics, and how it can only be
With the growth of big data and analytics comes additional responsibilities to ensure privacy. Privacy engineering are the tools, use case scenarios and measures to insure that privacy has been designed into your solutions and operational practices.