IBM chief scientist explains how puzzles inspire to create innovative context computing solutions
October 29, 2014 | 6:05
Join IBM Fellow and Chief Scientist of Context Computing, Jeff Jonas, in his Las Vegas home as he ponders how to design the next generation of context computing systems.
This video is a unique perspective into Jeff Jonas' mind. He explains how he watches students assemble jigsaw puzzles to inspire his thinking. The parallels between assembling a puzzle at home and how context computing works are uncanny. Observe a group of students and learn these parallels. The goal of context computing is to help organizations respond to opportunity and risk faster—fast enough to do something while the transaction is still happening.