cognitive computing

3 trends taking attention away from what’s running on your cloud

So much software is headed to the cloud. Gartner predicts the worldwide public cloud services market will grow 18 percent this year. That’s on top of years and years of growth. Great. But is your company getting the most out of the software you’re moving onto the cloud? Do you have the info you need […]

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I have this problem that – what was I saying?

Here in 2017, I have a problem that I didn’t have growing up in the suburbs in the 1960s, nor did it bother me in college in the 1970s, or even when I moved to New York City to seek my destiny in the 1980s. In fact, I couldn’t even conceive of this problem back […]

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IBM Datacap Insight Edition – at the forefront of Cognitive Computing

Wow!  What any exciting time to be part of IBM and the information technology industry.  Over the next few years, IBM will lead in the explosive growth of Cognitive Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and IBM Datacap Insight Edition will play a major role in this next generation of computing. Approximately 80% of data in […]

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Teaching data and analytics skills with cognitive systems

Data and analytics skills are a growing need in IT and emerging data science practices. Forty-two percent of business leaders say data-driven insights will be a significant contributor to revenue over the next 3 years.* Educational institutions are embracing cognitive systems as a key component of their learning strategy to deliver better student and institutional […]

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Outsourced decision-making and cognitive computing are changing IT service management

In the last two million years, the human brain has tripled in size, providing us the ability to do amazing things: remember the past, predict the future, and feel emotions such as fear, angst and happiness. Comparatively, IT Service Management (ITSM) is a new development, but like everything else, it is viewed through the cognitive […]

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Cognitive cooking for diabetics with Chef Watson

Diabetes affects “382 million people worldwide, and that number is expected to grow to 592 million by 2035.” With the global diabetes care market projected to reach $122 billion by 2022, Cognitive computing, cloud technologies and the Internet of Things (IoT) are poised to help diabetics worldwide achieve a better quality of life and outcomes […]

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Watson analyzes ‘Harry Potter,’ makes some astute character observations

Throughout the Harry Potter series of books, the characters continually find abilities within themselves that they didn’t know they had. In that same vein, we’re finding new, surprising applications for cognitive computing seemingly every day. We know IBM Watson can help students learn. By connecting to Watson through the cloud using Bluemix, students in Texas […]

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IBM Cognitive Studio – An immersive experience at SXSW 2016

Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines the term “cognitive” as “of, relating to, or involving conscious mental activities (such as thinking, understanding, learning, and remembering.” Attendees at the 2016 South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas, experienced what “cognitive” means firsthand when visiting the IBM Cognitive Studio, an entire building dedicated to showcasing solutions and capabilities built […]

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IBM invests in UK startup community Shoreditch Works

Today, IBM announced more news about how we are helping to power the UK digital economy. At an event in the heart of London’s Tech City, I addressed an audience of entrepreneurs from the London startup community as well as other influencers and press, to announce a new investment in Shoreditch Works—a global community of […]

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April #cloudchat recap: IBM Watson & Cloud — Driving Innovation

In this month’s #cloudchat, we discussed IBM Watson and its relationship with the cloud. Check out the transcript below to learn more about what Watson has been up to, where it’s going, and how cloud is helping to drive this innovation.

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The IBM Food Truck: Powered by the SoftLayer cloud

The IBM Cognitive Kitchen is turning skeptics into believers at IBM Pulse 2014

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