Written by: Anne Nicholson, Brand Strategy Lead A/NZ
Albert Einstein once said “Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.” But imagination needs inspiration. We’ve created a film series called Eye On which focuses on the increasingly convergent worlds of science, technology and art. Explore below how IBMers are fueling their imaginations from pirate radio to silk screen printing.
Follow IBMer Scott Laningham on his quest to feed the creative mind through music.
In this segment, we visit a pirate radio station in Austin, Texas.
In this segment, we learn how to create your own magazine.
In this segment, we introduce IBM Plex, our first bespoke typeface.
In this segment, we learn about what it takes to design a mainframe.
Author: David La Rose, Managing Director at IBM Australia and New Zealand I felt particularly proud to be an IBMer when I sat down to watch the ABC’s Catalyst Program talking about the advances we are making in robotics and the impact it’s having on the lives of so many Aussies. On the show, Dr […]
Author: Isuru Fernando, Country Analytics & Artificial Intelligence Leader, IBM New Zealand Around the world, Red Tide is negatively impacting our environment, including in Australia and New Zealand. This year on the Florida coast at least a hundred manatees, a dozen dolphins, thousands of fish and 300 turtles were all suspected to have died due […]
Rowan Avis, Experience Strategy Lead, Digital Strategy Consultant, IBM | iX I was very excited to attend Sibos in Sydney this year. Delegates from around the world descended on the ICC at Darling Habour to learn more about payments, regulatory compliance, automation, blockchain, cybersecurity and cloud. It was an action-packed four days, and these are […]
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