In part two of our discussion about data in the retail industry, we continue to explore how the massive disruption in retail industry over the past several years. Data, machine learning and AI are set to change the industry yet again. Join Patrick Pitre, Analytics Client Architect IBM Cloud, and
The retail industry has experienced massive disruption over the past several years. Buyer behavior has radically changed with the continued expansion of online shopping. Now, data, machine learning and AI are set to change the industry yet again. Listen to the first in a two-part episode with
Heating-fuel delivery to rural customers in the US can be greatly inefficient when deliveries are made to half-full tanks. The practice can be costly for both the supplier and the customer. Take a look at one solution that utilized Internet of Things sensors and analytics to monitor fuel levels and
Data is useful in any industry whether automotive, electronics or broader manufacturing. But what about for sports franchises? With Super Bowl 50 in the rearview mirror, there were a few ways that IBM was able to put user data to work, both for sports franchises, and for the fans themselves.
The palette of materials we can use in 3D printing is expanding. And as the broadening range of applications for 3D printing moves us toward previously unseen horizons, what materials will become part of our creations? Discover how new substances are even now surpassing traditionally used materials
Our world is becoming more interconnected by the day, but amid billions of connected devices—with millions more added every month—we can sometimes take for granted the convenience the Internet of Things (IoT) brings to our lives. Here’s a look at how IoT connectivity is reshaping our world.
Technology and data have been essential drivers of mining for millennia. But what happens when the next frontier is a largely unknown one? With as much as $100 trillion in mineral assets to be found in near-Earth space, the stakes have never been higher.
The recent acquisition of The Weather Company by IBM may have many scratching their heads, but there’s quite a lot of business value to be had in all the data available on weather conditions. Take a look at a couple of airline use cases that demonstrate the impact weather data can have on business
Ever wonder why customers make the purchases they do? Smart businesses understand the importance of service delivery and an infrastructure that is capable of supporting connected devices and analysis of Internet of Things data to derive insight. Discover how competitive businesses can apply
Where can customers go when they need help with their insurer? How can insurers boost customer retention? Just ask Annie Analytics. Annie has all the answers for enhancing customer retention and insurance services offerings through the application of analytics.
The simultaneous convergence of three major technological forces is ushering in what many people believe will be the fourth Industrial Revolution. Data with analytics, cloud computing and engagement are underpinning new degrees of automation and collaboration among people and machines and among the
We certainly live in a connected world. It always amazes me when I see how smarter enterprises are using the highly interconnected, intelligent and instrumented qualities of today’s technology to make our world a better place: the way we interact changes, how we approach our day is different and