On this week's Making Data Simple Podcast, we are joined by Steve Moore, IBM senior content designer and story strategist, along with Aishwarya Srinivasan, IBM data scientist and deep learning researcher. Aishwarya discusses what it means to be a unicorn in an industry and why it is useful to pair
Interested in learning what it takes to operate a start-up? On this episode of Making Data Simple, host Al Martin sits down with Simon Lightstone, IBM offering manager, to discuss what it took to get his startup off the ground. Simon offers tips to those facing a similar experience and describes
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
This week, Al Martin welcomes Jillian Lellis, senior data analyst at HOLT CAT, to the Making Data Simple podcast. Jill explores the significance of data visualization and the impact of visualizations on decision-making. Learn why visualization tools are increasing in importance as the volume of
In developing and improving Db2 on Cloud, we have been laser focused on providing the simplest, most convenient experience possible for users, and it’s heartening to see that those efforts are paying off.
Imagine a searchable data management system that would enable you to review crowdsourced, categorized and classified data. Consider that this system would apply to all types of data — structured and unstructured — and become more robust as more users analyze it.
In the coming weeks, you have three great opportunities — two in the U.S., one in Europe — to network with your industry peers as you meet and learn from IBMers who are reinventing analytics for organizations large and small.
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
Real-time data analytics is becoming a more important tool for businesses seeking to maximize productivity and establish themselves as leaders in the ever-changing landscape of evolving business practices today.