AI/Watson

AI text analytics: helping brands create content people want to see

Written by Sobhan Daliry | AI/Watson, Cloud, IBM Garage...

For close to 20 years, we at NZN have published special-interest websites. They are quite popular. Some 25 million people, or 20 percent of Brazil’s online users, visit them each month. Still, today we’re transforming NZN from Internet publishing into a provider of content production services. Instead of just taking advertising, we aim to empower ...read more


Predict to prevent: Transforming mining with machine learning

Written by Patrick Murphy | AI/Watson, Cloud, Metals & Mining...

Over the past few decades, the mining industry has been mired in a productivity slump of sorts. On the whole, production efficiency is down and costs are up. Mining companies have naturally looked for ways to turn this around, and digitalization has been one of the chief approaches these companies have followed. It’s understandable why. ...read more


Hit by a hurricane? InsurBot can help with your claim

Written by Arun Bala and Anthony Peccerillo | AI/Watson, Insurance, Professional Services

Call centers at insurance companies face enormous pressure when natural disasters strike. Policyholders hurting from their losses need urgent help. But customer service agents can be overwhelmed by the spike in calls. That happened in recent years when a record number of hurricanes, floods and other disasters hit the United States. Policyholders were turned off ...read more


Powering digital transformation with AI and hybrid cloud

Written by Guillermo Tolosa | AI/Watson, Banking, Cloud...

As in many industries around the world, banks in Argentina need to transform traditional business models to deliver innovative digital experiences. Tech-savvy customers demand more than in the past. To thrive, we must offer digital services that are trusted, secure, highly available, high performing and personalized to customer interests and preferences. At ICBC Argentina, our ...read more


CIMON, the AI-powered robot, launches a new era in space travel

Written by Till Eisenberg and Dr. Christian Karrasch | Aerospace & Defense, AI/Watson, Cloud

Outer space is unfriendly to humans. We can only exist in a contained environment with its own air supply, so that means working in very close quarters. Zero gravity means things don’t stay where you put them. Despite these constraints, astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) must be highly productive on a very tight ...read more


Automotive design problems? AI helps find solutions

Written by Yoichiro Komatsu | AI/Watson, Automotive, IBM Garage

Today’s automobile development process is highly complicated. In the past, vehicles were just a combination of mechanical pieces. Now, automobiles are a multi-faceted combination of mechanical parts, electronics and in-vehicle software. As automotive designers, Honda R&D must continuously adapt our development processes to handle these complexities. Many design problems actually occur early in the development ...read more


AI speeds document discovery, giving law firms a leg up

Written by James M. Lee | AI/Watson, Cloud, Professional Services

Here’s some food for thought on where technology fits into the legal profession. First, ask a hundred lawyers why they chose their calling. Then ask 100 clients how they want their law firms spending their time and racking up billable hours. The chances are that neither group mentioned the time-consuming drudgery of the early discovery, ...read more


AI insights from Behr help consumers pick their paint palette

Written by Tanuja Singeetham | AI/Watson, Retail, The Weather Company

Behr Paint Company offers more than 3,000 colors in our paint collection. We find that consumers often get confused when it comes to picking the right color for their project. They’re overwhelmed with choice, causing a kind of analysis paralysis. Often, people don’t take on or complete a painting project because of their struggle to ...read more


AI helps companies meet new data protection challenges

Written by Karl-Oskar Brannstrom | AI/Watson, Government, Professional Services

In an ideal world, rules should be based on principles—on what’s right, not what’s easy. In Europe, a good example of that maxim in action is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a set of rules adopted in 2016 designed to protect privacy and personal data for citizens living in the European Union (EU) and ...read more