An AI-powered government: Michael Gleaves explains how technology can change lives

Written by Rich McKay | May 15, 2019 | Artificial Intelligence, Government

“People don't just buy products, they buy answers to the problems they want to solve.” ...read more


IBM’s Jeannette Garcia is making the world a better place through chemistry

Written by Justine Jablonska | May 13, 2019 | Big Thinkers, Energy and Utilities, Environment

From revolutionizing plastics recycling to shifting chemistry modeling, Jeannette Garcia's work has cross-industry, global impact. ...read more


Coffee’s latest roast: blockchain

Written by Arzi Rachman | May 7, 2019 | Blockchain, Retail and Consumer Products, Supply Chain

What’s in your cup of joe? Blockchain may help create transparency in the coffee industry. ...read more


India student’s project will empower farmers with technology 

Written by Kapil Sarin | April 29, 2019 | Government, IoT, New Normal

Students prepped for the workforce of the future and the new collar economy in a first-of-its kind industry event hosted by IBM Bengaluru. ...read more


As golf evolves, retailers swing toward digital

Written by Marshall Wright | March 29, 2019 | Artificial Intelligence, Data, Retail and Consumer Products

For golf retailers like PGA TOUR Superstore, new audiences call for a transformation in how retailers do business. ...read more


A house that knows you: creating smarter homes and services

Written by Rich McKay | March 27, 2019 | Artificial Intelligence, Electronics, IoT

Huf Haus, the German pre-fabricated home manufacturer, has created the world’s first house that learns from its residents. Called “Outlook,” the smart home gets to know people through their interactions, which are collected through a network of sensors and analyzed by IBM’s Watson IoT platform. ...read more


In India, Bestseller turns to AI to keep stores relevant

Written by Jordan Teicher | March 20, 2019 | Customer Experience, Retail and Consumer Products, Supply Chain

With the right technology, such as AI, key decision-makers in India’s retail world could enhance their intuition and help them forecast better in order to deliver what consumers want in each store. ...read more


Can blockchain pave the way for ethical cobalt?

Written by Jordan Teicher | March 14, 2019 | Blockchain, Manufacturing

A pilot program is working to demonstrate how materials in the cobalt supply chain can be responsibly produced, traded, and processed from mine to end manufacturer. ...read more


For the homeless, a government they can count on

Written by Justine Jablonska | March 12, 2019 | Data, Government, Healthcare

“We’re dealing with a population with complex needs.” ...read more