Big Data

Are you transforming customer interaction into valuable insights?

Digitization means that we have more ways to communicate than ever before. Still, many choose to keep using traditional channels such as telephone calls when they want to contact customer service. Many companies, however, have found that it’s too costly to offer this type of service, and don’t see the potential in collecting the data. […]

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Helping smallholder farmers predict the weather can transform the global food system

The COVID-19 crisis has brought stark focus into the ongoing challenges to global food security from existing food systems. Therefore, how can we ensure we produce enough food for a growing global population, with supply resilient to future shocks? How can we ensure environmental sustainability and healthy nutrition for all? Nature-positive Food Systems for a […]

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Are you into testing?

Test data is data being specifically identified for use in tests, typically of a computer program/application. Some data may be used in a confirmatory way, typically to verify that a given set of inputs to a given function produces the expected result. Other data may be used in order to challenge the ability of the program […]

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Enhancing the festival experience with Big Data and AI

At Skanderborg Music Festival – or “Smukfest” as it is called, IBM has worked on improving the festival experience with smart technologies. Thus, the implementation of Big Data analysis and AI (artificial intelligence) throughout the festival has secured predictions, insights, and answers to benefit both the festival guests and the Smukfest organizers/crew. In the video […]

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Beautiful creatures and how to find them

Today, data is at the core of running any business on this planet. We often do not think about this, but more about how we store, retrieve, cleanse, enrich, move and secure data. With a wealth of tools to help us do this, it is becoming increasingly more important that we utilise the right source […]

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Control your data or drown trying

In my previous blog, I introduced IBM Cloud Paks. They are enterprise-ready, containerized, pre-integrated software solutions that give clients an open, faster and more secure way to build, move and manage core business applications on any cloud. In this one, we will dig deeper into one of the five paks, namely the IBM Cloud Pak […]

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“In God we trust. All others must bring data.”

”In God we trust. All others must bring data.” This quote, made by W. Edwards Deming, refers mainly to the importance of data measurement and analysis when doing business. In IT, like in business, data analysis is equally important. Thus, for the last decade, we have been talking about Data Warehouses, Big Data, Data Lakes […]

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Self-Learning Data Catalogs – Savior of Data Lakes or Populist Promise?

Self-Learning Data Catalogs – Savior of Data Lakes or Populist Promise? In an increasingly complicated world you would like to see easy solutions for difficult problems. Is a Data Catalog the solution or an inflated promise when companies meet Big Data challenges? Introduction The development of artificial intelligence (AI) requires high-quality and versatile data. Not […]

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Event: Let’s put your data to Life!

Join us at IBM LIFE 2019 – where you’ll put your data to life. On this day we focus on the big challenges that exist and ways we can handle them. There is a growing ambition that computers will help diagnosing and proposing prescriptive advice to meet challenges concerning our health, life and society. Modern […]

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