Prescriptive analytics helps identify the best course of action that can enable businesses to achieve organizational goals. Although figuring out what you should do is a crucial aspect of business, the value of prescriptive analytics is often missed. There is still an inclination to “go with the
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Perched on a stool and going over his notes, Matt Newman prepares for an on-camera interview at Data and AI Forum in Miami, Florida. Matt is the Senior Financial Systems Manager at Sunbelt
This week, host Al Martin welcomes Rakesh Ranjan, the director of emerging technologies at IBM Data and AI. He also works on next gen-solutions at IBM and is involved with academia and research. Join us for a look at what's next in data and AI.
There is no AI without data. That’s why we’ve put together a prescriptive set of five steps we call the ladder to AI to help our enterprise clients get their data ready. The journey of the AI ladder starts with collecting the data you need to build models, followed by organizing your data so you
Learn more about Brittany Bogle in our new series profiling the technical experts helping clients reach their AI and machine learning goals. Her path to data science elite status is what makes her a valuable and unique practitioner for IBM clients.
Guy Taylor, head of data and data driven intelligence at Nedbank, joins the podcast. He and host Al Martin discuss the state of the banking industry, machine learning practices -- and why you should add a South African safari to your bucket list. Suit up for an incredibly engaging conversation.
Al Martin is joined this episode by guest Jean-Georges Perrin, IBM Champion and director of engineering at weexperience. Together, they discuss the importance of Apache Spark and Hadoop, along with what it means to hold the title of IBM Champion.
This week, host Al Martin welcomes IBMers Reena Ganga and Jenna Goldberg. Reena and Jenna both serve as senior designers working at the intersection of augmented reality and big data. Both are passionate advocates for user experience design and the Design Thinking method, determined to improve —
I am working on a project that requires a lot of research on how people are using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in real-world business cases. While AI and ML are two of the hottest trends in technology, they don’t seem to be proliferating as widely or as quickly as we would
In this episode, host Al Martin continues with part two of his conversation with Janine Sneed about her two roles at IBM: Chief Digital Officer and VP of Customer Success for IBM Data and AI. Janine discusses her involvement with the GROW initiative and offers practical advice for career and life.
Are you working to collect, organize, analyze or modernize your company’s data? Is your business on the ladder to AI? Then you should join us at IBM Think 2019, the event of the year for analytics pros and business leaders.