IBM Data Science Experience

November 20, 2017

Closing the loop: the case for building a coherent platform for data science and machine learning

Many organizations have started to explore the value that machine learning can bring—from illuminating previously “dark data” such as images and videos, to creating models that help to guide or even automate business decision-making. However, very few companies have gone beyond pilots and prototypes, or made the transition from one-off projects to a scalable, repeatable workflow. Too often, machine learning exists in a bubble of its own, instead of being understood in the context of the broader data science workflow.

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November 9, 2017

Automate the deployment workflow with Watson Machine Learning

Last year we made data science a team sport with IBM Data Science Experience, our award-winning IDE for analytics. This summer we brought to market IBM Watson Machine Learning that allows companies to put models into production with easy model management and full workflow automation. And last week, we announced we've grown up those two products into Watson Data Platform, while adding new features.

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July 12, 2017

The IBM Garage expands to Data Science Insights

In the IBM Bluemix Garage, many things change day to day: the companies that come into our Garage locations, the innovative ideas that we are working on, developing, and testing, and so much more that goes on behind the scenes. As Savannah, one of our veteran developers in our San Francisco Garage once wrote, “To stay relevant, businesses,” including ours, “must learn how to keep up with the rapid growth of technology.” The Garages started with building apps on Bluemix, and since the beginning we have been expanding our scope, skills, and pulling in expertise from across IBM. We have expanded to focus on IoT, cognitive, and APIs. Our most well-known expansion is our extensive work on blockchain. Today I am pleased to announce that we are expanding and formalizing our focus on data science insights and analytics.

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June 28, 2017

What the IBM and Lightbend Partnership Means for Enterprise Cognitive App Development

Today, IBM and Lightbend announced a joint initiative to advance the development of cognitive solutions. Together, we'll deliver a complete toolchain for building and deploying Java- and Scala-based cognitive applications in private, hybrid, or public cloud. Lightbend’s Reactive Framework is built on a solid open source foundation and helps developers to build data first, cognitive, microservices-based applications.

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