In part 1 of a part 2 series, host Al Martin peels the onion with Janine Sneed. Bold, energetic, passionate, and results-driven, Janine serves in two distinct roles at IBM: Chief Digital Officer and VP of Customer Success for IBM Data and AI. This week, Janine and Al look at product management,
IBM anticipated barriers to scaling enterprise AI. We developed a platform to help clients operationalize AI faster while infusing trust and transparency with IBM Cloud Private for Data and the add-on Watson OpenScale.
This week on Making Data Simple, we invited Patrick Campbell, CEO and co-founder of Profitwell. Prior to ProfitWell, Patrick lead Strategic Initiatives for Boston based Gemvara and was an economist at Google as well as the U.S. intelligence community.
Making Data Simple host Al Martin looks back on his top 5 favorite clips from episodes published in 2018. These conversations range from explaining the importance of data visualization, to discussing the differences between A.I. and deep learning. Thanks to all of our listeners for an incredible
James Wade, Director of Application Hosting at Guidewell and IBM Analytics Hemanth Manda spoke with Dave Vellante in New York City on the eve of the 13 September taping of the Win with AI digital broadcast about the challenge of getting data ready for AI and how IBM Cloud Private for Data can help.
John Thomas, IBM distinguished engineer and director of analytics, talks with Dave Vellante in NYC ahead of the recent “Change the Game: Winning with AI event in NYC” to talk about how the IBM Data Science Elite team offers data science expertise as a service to a variety of clients to a variety of
Rob Thomas, general manager of IBM Analytics, sat down with Dave Vellante in New York City on the eve of the 13 September taping of the Win with AI digital broadcast to talk about the evolution of big data and how clients can take the next leap forward into self-service analytics before using AI to
Lunewave's Hao Xin writes, "As a kid, I dreamed about the flying cars and jetpacks that would hopefully define our future lives. Up until recently, the technology that could make them even remotely possible was both expensive and difficult to manufacture. Now, thanks to 3-D printing and machine