What Reinventors Know. Part 2: the importance of partners

Written by Cristene Gonzalez-Wertz | March 14, 2018 | Business

In the last installment of ‘What Reinventors Know’, we explored how enterprises are leveraging AI and the IoT to uncover new opportunities. This week, it’s all about the people. Collaboration is key to successful digital reinvention, and Reinventors know it. So here’s a spotlight on how successful enterprises are innovating through collaboration – with partners, more

Insights from IBM’s Global C-suite Study: White paper review

Written by Jen Clark | February 8, 2017 | White Paper

The phenomenon of disruptive innovation has grown from a rarity to a regular occurrence, as new entrants to the bottom of a market swiftly rise up to oust established providers. In the face of this new competition, a White Paper examines how C-suite executives (CxOs) are using cognitive computing to tackle the threat to their more

CES 2017 wrap-up: Saturday 7th January

Written by Jen Clark | January 7, 2017 | Conferences

CES 2017 is well under way, and we’ve been on the ground soaking up everything IoT-related from the annual tech bonanza. Here are some of today’s highlights: Education, education, education A major theme at today’s sessions was the way VR and AR can impact education. This afternoon’s conference Beyond the Looking Glass showcased the tech more

IoT Builders Contest:

Written by Jen Clark | October 20, 2016 | Events

Ever fancied yourself as a budding IoT genius? Tecchie extraordinaire? Tinkerer of machines or builder of gadgets? If that sounds like you, you might be interested in Watson IoT’s new IoT Builders Contest on the world’s largest online network for tech enthusiasts – What is an Instructable? is an online community where anyone can more

Unleashing the IoT gadget makers

Written by Chris O'Connor | September 21, 2016 | Blog, Toys and games

With an army of developers, engineers, architects and clever tinkerers working within the Watson IoT organization and across IBM, we thought it would be interesting to see some applications our broader team could come up with if we ran an IoT Gadget Contest. We kicked off the competition earlier this with the intent of unleashing more