From repurposing carbon emissions to creating new battery technology, here are five scientific innovations for a more sustainable world.
Authors: Nirandika Wanigasekara, AI Practitioner, Adam Makarucha, AI Practitioner, Ben Swinney, AI Technical Specialist, IBM Systems 2020 is an iconic moment in Qantas’ history, marking 100 years of flying. However, with current travel restrictions hampering their celebrations, IBM saw an opportunity to bring the last century of flight back to life for the Qantas team […]
Author: Jodie Sangster, Chief Marketing Officer, IBM Australia & New Zealand The ambition for most of us right now is to live in a world beyond the grips of COVID-19. While this year has presented all of us with incredible challenges, it has also created unique opportunities for businesses, governments and leaders across our society […]
Originally published on The Australian. Artificial intelligence is increasingly powering life’s touchpoints from Spotify playlists to approving home loans. The benefits are clear but only if we understand them. When Nick Kyrgios met Rafael Nadal in a packed centre court at Wimbledon 2019, it was always going to be a tempestuous affair. The fiery Australian went […]
Author: Mike Jones, Senior Partner, Public Sector Leader, IBM Services, Australia & New Zealand Supply chains are at the very core of global trade and enterprise. They’re a pivotal process that provide goods to the entire world. But, with every nation on earth dependant on them, they’re now more complicated than ever. This is where TradeLens, a […]
The promise of Open Banking is closer to being realised with the availability of IBM Cloud for Financial Services.
Author: Anna Phan, Research Scientist, IBM Quantum, IBM Research Australia Quantum computing has the potential to reinvent the worlds of business, science, education and government in fundamentally new ways. The technology is maturing every day, and it’s now at an early commercialisation tipping point. Predictions are that specific quantum computing applications – even early ones – […]
For most organisations, making real-time decisions can be challenging, primarily because the required data resides in silos; on-premise systems, public clouds, and private clouds. As a result, when the pandemic hit us, most organisations weren’t prepared to dynamically respond to changes in their customers’ preferences and circumstances. For instance, many grocery stores in Australia and […]
Author: John Martin, Senior Security Architect, IBM Cloud and Cognitive Software, New Zealand Are you ready for the New Zealand Privacy Act 2020 to come into effect on 1st December 2020? There’s a lot to consider as the clock ticks down and your organisation’s ability to comply is critical if you want to avoid some […]
A custom data platform and AI tools help UNEP plumb the depths of global water pollution By Jennifer C. Clemente With his furrowed brow and direct gaze, Sam pauses thoughtfully before answering a seemingly innocent question: “Why do you care about marine litter?” “Good question. I care because the people who created me, the men and […]
Author: Katrina Troughton, Managing Director, Australia/New Zealand IBM Global Markets I’m thrilled to join with other leading Australian technology companies to launch Skill Finder – a new free micro-skills marketplace available to all Australians to help them upskill and reskill to bridge the digital and cyber skills gap. IBM is deeply committed to helping develop New […]
Author: Kim Bartkowski, Design Principal, iX, Global Business Services, IBM A/NZ In my last post, I introduced a new blueprint framework our teams in the IBM Garage are using to create Cognitive Enterprises using AI. In this article, I will be talking about a new design practice and complimentary artefact to a Cognitive Enterprise Blueprint […]