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IBM and The Future of... podcast series presents interviews with thought leaders on how technology will change our experience of different aspects of everyday life, and how a shift in the economics of a system can dramatically improve its performance and value. Upcoming topics include the future of traffic, work, intelligent energy, water and rivers, environmental care and more.

Update frequency: Monthly

Episodes in this series
Title Date    
IBM and the Future of Indian Retail
India has emerged as the fifth largest retail destination worldwide and expected to be a $427 billion industry by 2010. This podcast discusses how the industry would shape up over the next five years and the opportunities that retailers will look to explore.
November 11, 2008
IBM and the Future of Baseball
How does sabermetrics, the analysis of statistics, impact the performance of professional sports teams, and how can the science be applied to business.
November 05, 2008
IBM and the Future of Energy
The next five years will be pivotal for the energy and utility industry. Consumers are no longer content to be recipients of energy, they want more choices about how they buy it, how they manage it, and the impact energy production has on the environment.
August 26, 2008
IBM and the Future of Low Carbon Business
Hearst Corporation’s New York City skyscraper recycles its rainwater from the roof to heat and cool the building. Its Café 57 offers sustainable fish entrées and one of the largest organic salad bars. Listen to how its serving as a model for low carbon business.
July 03, 2008
IBM and the Future of Golf
How can technology and social media be leveraged to make the game more accessible, and grow interest and participation in emerging markets?
June 09, 2008
IBM and the Future of Water Management
With climate change gaining wider understanding, the issue of coastal flooding due to rising sea levels and extreme weather episodes is high on the agenda of many governments worldwide.
May 28, 2008
IBM and the Future of Movies
With technology enabling consumers' demand for more customization on how they enjoy entertainment, how are the movie studios adapting their strategy? How are content providers adjusting to new web-based distribution channels such as YouTube?
Apr 14, 2008
IBM and the Future of Data Security
With so many high profile security breaches in the news, how do organizations evaluate the economics of protecting their customers' data, including the Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance mandates?
Apr 07, 2008
IBM and the Future of the Mobile Phone
Over the coming years, mobile phones are expected to get "smarter", adjusting to our usage patterns. Innovations such as larger projectable screens and other e-commerce and social networking features will enable the phone to provide much more value to our lives.
Mar 19, 2008
IBM and the Future of Smart IT
With computing data centers consuming an alarming amount of electricity and expected to grow dramatically each year, organizations are turning to Smart IT to reduce consumption by up to 40 percent.
Feb 25, 2008
IBM and the Future of Shopping
A recent IBM study unveiled only 20 percent of consumers are loyal to their primary retailer.
Feb 1, 2008
IBM and the Future of Microfinance
Two thirds of the world's population earns less than $5 a day. Among the many efforts to alleviate global poverty, one of the most promising is microfinance.
Jan 11, 2008
IBM and the Future of Africa
Just a decade ago, economists would have scoffed at predictions of steady, 5% growth rate for the continent. Today, the conversation around Africa is changing dramatically.
Jan 11, 2008
IBM and the Future of Medical Imaging
What if algorithms from the high-resolution gaming industry and analytics from oil exploration were applied to the field of medical imaging?
Jan 9, 2008


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