Education

Protecting libraries with the IoT

Written by Jen Clark | November 20, 2017 | Commentary / Opinion, Education

Here in the UK, libraries as we know them are facing profound challenges. Uncertainties about the future of print contribute to discussions around the perceived declining value of traditional book repositories. Meanwhile, ever-reducing public funding is forcing many libraries to make cuts to their services, or close altogether. But it’s not all doom and gloom. ...read more


Welcome to the Watson IoT Academy

Written by Jen Clark | August 1, 2017 | Asset Management, Buildings, Continuous Engineering...

Supercharge your cognitive understanding with the Watson IoT Academy – a free-to-use online hub offering hundreds of courses that range from the fundamentals of IoT to understanding its complexities in greater depth. Why learn about IoT and IBM’s Watson IoT offerings? Cognitive computing represents a new era of computing, radically different from conventional programmable systems. Where older ...read more


How students and families can help build accessible technology

Written by Ryan Boyles | January 7, 2017 | Conferences, Education, Health and medicine

IBM had the privilege to be involved in two panels at CES on Friday, 6 January 2017, to explore topics critical to the present state of STEM education and future innovations in accessible technology. These incredibly fascinating panel sessions looked at challenges through the historical lens of the new ‘Hidden Figures’ film and by examining ...read more