Hursley

By Jen Clark on July 17, 2017

Introducing CASE: the cognitive coffee-maker

Anyone whose working environment is plagued by long lines at the coffee machine will be interested in CASE – a cognitive coffee machine that recognizes its users, makes their favourite drink and engages them in conversation to while away the wait. For un-chatty types, there’s the option to listen to music news updates too. CASE, named […]

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By Franklin Morris on January 9, 2017

Downton Abbey meets the IoT: A peek inside IBM’s Hursley House

To the untrained eye, it appears the perfect picture of the old world — a stately mansion in the English countryside. But inside its 18th century walls, Hursley House has long been a hotbed of innovation for IBM and a source of some of our most cutting-edge software. Today, we are using our Hursley location […]

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By Laura Storey on December 4, 2016

How to become an inventor: Part 2

So, following our initial hypothesis that anyone can be an inventor, our journey to invention begins. A short trip across the Hampshire countryside ensued to attend a 2 hour workshop at our illustrious offices at Hursley – made stressful by the sudden onset of sickness in my 6-year-old moments before we left the house. But that episode […]

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By Karen Lewis on September 1, 2016

Meet Master Inventor & IoT Evangelist, Andy Stanford-Clark

We sat down to chat with Andy Stanford-Clark, IBM Distinguished Engineer for the Internet of Things. Andy is also one of IBM’s Master Inventors – which means, among other things, he invents lots of cool things and gets lots of patents. Andy’s current role is Distinguished Engineer for IBM Watson Internet of Things Platform, which means he […]

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