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Harvesting data to help feed a growing world

Written by Karam Singh Sethi | November 6, 2019 | Automation, Data, Retail and Consumer Products

As climate change puts pressure on food production, the agriculture industry turns to technology for help. more

IBM’s Nancy Greco is all ears, from college radio to the factory floor

Written by John Kultgen | July 26, 2019 | Automation, Big Thinkers, Manufacturing

Distinguished Researcher Nancy Greco's motto is be curious and make time to understand how and why things work, even if that means circumventing the status quo. more

Would you open an email from your tire dealer?

Written by Jordan Teicher | March 8, 2019 | Automation, Automotive, Retail and Consumer Products

Customers come to tire and auto repair retailers infrequently and grudgingly. For Belle Tires, improving customer relationships was a top priority. They looked to AI-enabled analytics to keep customers engaged. Nonetheless, Saran said, Belle Tire more

The workforce of the future: humans + machines working collaboratively

Written by Rich McKay | June 5, 2018 | Automation, Data, Government...

Automation can cause ripple effects through entire industries—including government. Juan Delacruz explains why governments need to prepare for a new future. more

The race to scale network virtualization through automation is accelerating

Written by Jordan Teicher | February 23, 2018 | Automation, Cloud, Telecommunications, Media and Entertainment

The idea of network function virtualization first emerged in 2012 as a way for telcos to meet rising demand for bandwidth, cut down costs, and speed up delivery of new services. But for the most part, implementations have been slow and modest in their scope. In 2018, that’s changing. more