Researchers are using AI to help people break bad habits

Written by Matt A.V. Chaban | February 6, 2020 | AI, Data, Healthcare

Want to quit smoking or exercise more? Algorithms for behavioral health can help. ...read more


Howard University transforms its technology to propel STEM, diversity, research

Written by Justine Jablonska | February 4, 2020 | Cloud, Data, Deep Dive...

Howard University’s network infrastructure transformation lays the foundation to promote student campus life and advance STEM program technology. ...read more


A different type of dance move

Written by Justine Jablonska | January 20, 2020 | Deep Dive

IBM's 1973 Selectric typewriter element recorded dancers' body movements. It didn’t exactly dance off shelves. ...read more


The time for 5G is now

Written by Justine Jablonska | December 10, 2019 | Electronics

What does 5G mean for industry? And what will 5G make possible? ...read more


How Vodafone digitally reinvented its call centers with AI

Written by Marina Brady | November 22, 2019 | AI, Telecommunications, Media and Entertainment

By 2020, 85% of all customer interactions will be handled without a human agent. ...read more


Lt. Gen. Jeff Talley: tech can help disaster prep, response, recovery

Written by Justine Jablonska | November 18, 2019 | Big Thinkers, Government

Lt. Gen. Jeffrey W. Talley commanded the US Army Reserves from 2012-2016. Today at IBM, he’s looking for ways to bring technology to help in complex environments. ...read more


Can tweets predict the next flu epidemic?

Written by Arzi Rachman | November 16, 2019 | AI, Healthcare, New Normal

What if crowdsourced data and Twitter sentiment could predict when and where flu outbreaks will occur? ...read more


Can a smart mobility app propel Italy’s century-old railway?

Written by Matt A.V. Chaban and John Kultgen | November 15, 2019 | Cloud, Customer Experience, Travel and Transportation

The Nugo app could only be made by Gruppo FS—no one else knows the ins-and-outs of Italy better. ...read more


IBM Engineer Nedlaya Francisco loves solving new problems

Written by Cynthia Cunniff | November 14, 2019 | Big Thinkers, Data

Nedlaya Francisco holds 37 patents, grew up on Shiprock Reservation, runs marathons, and mentors Native high school students: “It’s fun seeing tech though their eyes.” ...read more