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Now more than ever, digital transformation
The COVID-19 global pandemic has heightened the focus on collecting, analyzing, and leveraging big data to drive positive and lifesaving outcomes. Yet the volume, velocity, and variety of data generated by COVID-19 is too vast and complex to be analyzed by traditional means. A governed data lake,
Your data and AI tools are important, and outcomes are critical, but with today’s data-driven world, businesses must accelerate outcomes while improving IT cost efficiency. But how do you achieve this?
First, Data and AI initiatives must have intelligent workflows where the data lifecycle can work
This story is part of Analytics Heroes, a series of profiles on leaders transforming the future of business analytics.
Stephanie Wagenaar is a senior manager at BOLD, based in Baarn, the Netherlands. BOLD is a consultancy firm that supports businesses by combining strategies with
Regulations are the music to which businesses perform a delicate dance. If you took to the stage, a move or two out of sync would not cause the floor to drop out from underneath your steps. But for businesses moving to the rhythm of regulations, most particularly for banks and other
At IBM, we understand both the exponential benefits AI can offer your organization as well as the unique challenges implementation can present. In 2018, we formalized the AI Ladder to provide a prescriptive approach to successful AI, and to impart lessons we've learned through over
Most organizations know that AI is becoming a requirement for their data and analytics. But with this realization also comes the challenges of trusting AI outcomes. It’s true that AI can help users get faster and more accurate answers and insights. It supports better plans, budgets
In the current business climate, digital transformation is imperative. Across every industry, organizations are building and scaling AI to create new ways of doing business. But businesses face some common challenges in their journey to AI, including talent scarcity, data complexity, and a lack of
IBM Watson Studio enables organizations to develop models and simplify and scale AI across any cloud while simultaneously automating the AI lifecycle. What do end users say about it? Here are a few quotes from among 94 reviews of Watson Studio on Gartner Peer Insights, a free peer review and
At a point in the not-too-distant future, AI will comprise an integral part of everyday business tools. But you need not wait for tomorrow, because, IBM Cognos® Analytics puts AI in the hands of users today to help them prepare, analyze, visualize their data and share insights
Overlooking the European Parliament buildings in Strasbourg, France, lies a very unique factory. But don’t waste time searching the city proper for evidence of its operation. Strolling through Strasbourg streets, you wouldn’t hear the hum of machinery or sense any vibrations under your feet. This
In the airline industry, timing and synchronization are everything when it comes to the customer experience. Mitigating unforeseen circumstances against customer expectations and good old supply and demand are all issues well within the wheelhouse of AI’s predictive capabilities.
Ventana Research is a leading benchmark research and advisory services organization, providing some of the most comprehensive analyst and research coverage for business.
Gaining the most benefit from a finance system requires an assessment of an organization’s unique needs to
COVID-19’s devastating impact on health and the global economy also has a silver lining: an opportunity to tackle climate change.
Enter wind and solar – rapidly growing sources of renewable, affordable and available energy in Europe. As the EU mobilizes to support green energy
It could be said there’s really no wealth but health itself, but in rural India, some 840 million people are challenged by obtaining the healthcare they need. For the average citizen, just getting to a medical appointment might require a day-long journey. Inadequate infrastructure