Making the case for AI, or any nascent technology for that matter, can be a struggle for companies today. While large enterprises know they need to be fast, agile and innovation-obsessed to survive disruption, their age-old policies, antiquated systems, disconnected data and entrenched corporate
On this week's episode of Making Data Simple, we talk about the future of AI, machine learning, and Watson with Steven Astorino, VP of development, hybrid cloud, z Analytics and IBM Canada lab director.
Back by popular demand, Tanmay Bakshi returns to the Making Data Simple podcast to update our listeners on his groundbreaking work applying AI and machine learning to the healthcare industry. From exploring EEG patterns to enable people to communicate without speech to predicting adverse reactions
What does it mean to "go digital?" This week on the Making Data Simple Podcast, Thomas Hronis, worldwide digital technical enablement manager, IBM Hybrid Data Management, talks about digital transformation and experimentation with technology. He shares how IBM has radically changed some business
Are you getting enough sleep? On this week's episode of Making Data Simple, Dr. Kyu Rhee, vice president and Chief Health Officer for IBM Watson Health, joins us to talk about how machine learning, AI, and Watson are advancing healthcare initiatives. Learn how far the health industry has advanced,
Building on the success of the IBM Chief Data Officer Strategy Summit Fall 2017, the IBM Chief Data Officer Summit Spring 2018 took place 1 - 2 May in San Francisco. We've collected a full social recap in the below Twitter Moment, as well as interviews and keynote videos for you to peruse.
Gain a fresh perspective on data and AI in the healthcare industry from Tanmay Bakshi. Recorded live at the IBM Toronto Lab in Canada, Bakshi and host Al Martin discuss the impact of data in healthcare, including mental health for youth and helping people communicate through the use of brain
Augmented reality (AR) and augmented intelligence systems such as Watson are breaking data outside the confines of a two-dimensional monitor and putting them into a three-dimensional visualization format. Big Data and Analytics Hub spoke with IBM AR designer Ben Resnick about what’s next for
If the first things that come to mind when you think of AI assistants are the likes of Amazon Alexa or Google Home, it’s time to learn about embodied cognition, AI that can physically interact with its environment. A year ago, IBM researchers did just that and brought Watson services into the
Data, insights, cloud, agile, analytics. These are all terms that get thrown around a lot in technology these days. But the truth is that unless you can combine some or all of these concepts, the bottom line benefit to your business will likely not as great as you may expect.
This is the fourth in a series of blogs on analytics and the cloud. Read our introduction to the series. This blog concerns itself with the rise of open source software and how it is used for a whole host of analytical purposes. However, as will be seen in this blog, there are significant gaps in
Although NoSQL database technology has been around for a long time (before SQL actually), not until the advent of Web 2.0, when companies such as Google and Amazon began using the technology, did NoSQL’s popularity really take off. Market Research Media forecasts NoSQL Market to be $3.4 Billion by