At IBM Insight 2015, you’ll be able to discover the latest and greatest in the SPSS universe. A lot will be going on at Insight, so take care not to miss the sessions that will interest you most. Learn the ins and outs of SPSS sessions at Insight, allowing you to make the most of your Insight
Intelligent computing technology goes way beyond the processing power and memory capabilities of first-generation supercomputers. Take a look at the legal profession in the not-too-distant future and Watson’s role in bringing the world’s legal knowledge base to a user’s fingertips.
So you want to enter the data science field, or maybe you are already a data scientist looking to expand your horizons. Several routes into the profession can provide the core skills, knowledge and best practices necessary to become a developer in the era of cognitive computing. And events such as
Enterprises that use analytics to power their sales performance management can explore new frontiers of added value through informed decision making and heightened competency. Learn what part IBM Watson Analytics can play in enhancing sales by enabling guided analytics.
Audiences can be exquisitely fickle. What they respond to at any given moment is, if not entirely unpredictable, highly resistant to tidy formulas. Predictive audience analysis can be vital for personalization and targeting and engaging customers. Discover how data-scientific tools for performing
No one keeps a weather eye like the property and casualty industry does. In their incessant quest to mitigate and prevent natural disasters, insurance providers can be among the chief beneficiaries of weather analytics, gauging weather-related risks to protect insured assets and avoid incurring
Our mobile devices continue to enhance their utility and conveniences through always-connected personal computing contexts. But what if the applications we rely on for communications, gathering information and scheduling our daily lives could do a lot more by providing information we can
Medical experts agree that personalized care is integral to the fight against cancer, but providing such care is easier said than done when more than 14 million people are diagnosed with cancer each year. In this podcast, hear how one of the world’s leading cancer researchers plans to use big data
The Internet and our social feeds are full of blogs, news, articles and more on the strides that the public sector is making with big data and analytics. This Public Sector News series skims the newswires and pulls out the most interesting items that provide fodder for thought and debate.
If I’ve learned one thing in 2014, both through practice and study, it’s that we as humans create data at an astonishing pace. Through advances in technology, each day we create more data than is humanly possible to understand in a single lifetime. The takeaway from this is that we need help!
There have always existed significant barriers to entry for early adopters of any new technology. For example, all the miles of cable that needed to be run in order for the world to take advantage of the miracle of electricity. Now consider the computer: devices that were capable of processing only