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Using creativity to frame new technologies in a positive way
After writing the initial post about the Living Sculpture, I bumped into Michael Szivos, the chief ...
4 BIG ways the IoT is impacting design and construction
This is the first post in a four-part series on how the IoT is impacting buildings. The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming every facet of the building – how we inhabit them, how we manage them, and even how we build them. There is a vast ...
How to become an inventor: Part 3
A few weeks ago, I posted a blog about the journey to invention that my team and I started as part of IBM’s Patent Group Incubator Project (PGIP). We have been undertaking an experiment examining whether the hypothesis ‘Anyone can ...
IoT and the environment: A greener world
The Internet of Things opens up a world of possibilities for the future of businesses, environments, and lives. One of the many impacts of the Internet of Things is the increased understanding of energy needs and consumptions. Through smart-...
Getting started with Watson IoT
Much has been written about how the Internet of Things has disrupted traditional businesses — and how that disruption is poised to skyrocket as we distill better insights from our connected devices. Today, smart leaders already know it’s time to ...
(Return of the) Jedi mind trick and the BB-8 robot hack
Watch the video This news has been out there for a while, and some would assume it happened in a galaxy far, far away. But it didn’t. It happened here, at IBM, in an office around the corner and down the road. As a new member of IBM I am constantly...
As much as half of every dollar you spend on preventive maintenance is wasted
Yep, that’s right – you read correctly. The average company can reduce its spend on preventive ...
IoT: A lifeline for the washing line
Back in 2014 you may have seen reviews of Berg’s Cloudwash prototype. A smart washing machine designed to make laundry a breeze. More recently at CES2016 Glenn Reid introduced us to The Marathon Laundry Machine. Both of these prototypes connect you...
The IoT flips ‘garbage in, garbage out’
The adage ‘garbage in, garbage out’ may once have held true, particularly in the land of software programming where it originated, but in today’s connected world, the Internet of Things is flipping it into ‘one man’s trash is another man’...
Doing the robot: Watson really is all singing, all dancing
Watch the video Watson Nao, IBM’s concierge robot had the chance to bust some moves at the Nvidia’s GTU technology conference last week, thanks to a presentation by IBM Watson’s Chief Technology Officer Rob High. Nao decided took the ...
Eat and drink smart – IoT offers food solutions
We all know that eating the right foods and drinking plenty of water is good for us, and it’s that kind of stat and fact that we’ve recorded for years via various fitness and diet trackers. But thanks to cognitive computing and IoT the world of ...
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by Rodrigo Ibraim Teixeira
Delivering Superior Enroute Global Weather and Flight ...
by John Szatkowski
The benefits of a field service management solution
by Franklin Morris