Many machine-learning-as-a-service (MLaaS) offerings have natural language processing at their core to support applications such as concept expansion, language identification, machine translation, user modeling, visualization rendering and more. Discover how MLaaS boosts productivity by uncovering
Watch this live chat with our second group of teams and participants from the #Hadoop4Good challenge to learn why they chose their projects, hear some of their challenges and delve deeper into the story behind their applications.
Watch this live chat with the teams and participants from the #Hadoop4Good challenge to learn why they chose their projects, hear some of their challenges and delve deeper into the story behind their applications.
Last month I introduced the Big Data for Social Good Challenge and since then it has opened for submissions with data sets from around the globe plus lots of prize winning opportunities. You might have seen that Chip and Jason are in—are you?
Agile development requires agile fingers, and big problems require smart minds working together to solve them. Big data has opened the door for everyone to collaborate, think bigger and drive change in the world. Accessible and open services make harnessing the power of big data for these changes a
In the world of big data and analytics, cloud capabilities offer a great opportunity and shorten the path between ideas and action. IBM’s new Bluemix platform for developers continues to grow, offering users new capabilities every day that they can attach, build and deploy for web and mobile app
Big data is poised to reshape the way we live, work and think. The telecommunications sector, which has been slow to realize the shifting ground, is catching up to redefine the customer digital experience, using big data and analytics.
Think it, try it and build it with IBM Bluemix, a cloud-based developer sandbox for big data and data management services. Bluemix makes agile mobile and web app development with best of breed capabilities a reality.
Nigel Hook, CEO at DataSkill and this week’s IBM Big Data and Analytics Hero, declares that they “are looking to use the new cognitive computing to really differentiate their customer’s ability to drive revenue.” He discusses how companies can really understand their patients and ultimately their
IBM announced a number of new cloud offerings with the IBM Cloud Marketplace at the center. It is designed to be an easy access, technical marketplace for all users (business through IT and development) to access solutions and technologies on demand, with a growing number in the big data and
IBM’s recent addition of big data and analytic services into Bluemix will empower today’s application developer with an unmatched pool of resources. It will drastically reduce the time and cost for developers to get an analytical application off the ground and open new doors for immediate trial.
It’s powerful, fast, agile, simple and affordable for everyone; It’s BLU Acceleration for Cloud. Still in beta, BLU is continually being enhanced with fixes and new features. This week at IBM Impact 2014 we heard much about BLU for Cloud, including its positioning in BlueMix, added features and