IBM’s perspective and recommendations on empowering a mobile workforce The global pandemic has disrupted traditional thinking about where and how we work. Remote work has potential not only to increase participation in the labour force, but to improve productivity, attract and retain talent, and assist in the transition to a low carbon economy. While the […]
There is much we don’t yet know about how the future work environment will look and feel as we move through and beyond this pandemic. There is one thing we know for certain: We will not be returning to business as usual.
Artificial intelligence will transform our world. As a global leader in AI, IBM continues to push cognitive computing to the edge of possibility, from Watson agricultural insights informing planting season to incident reporting insights helping to fight human trafficking.
Data is the phenomenon of our time. It is the world’s new natural resource, growing exponentially not only in quantity but more importantly in form. Every action and interaction, every decision and relationship, every event occurring in any of the world’s complex systems, natural and human-made, is now being expressed as data.
Standing up for diversity and inclusion in the workplace is part of who we are as a company and have been since our founding. For more than a century, IBM has been a progressive leader in diversity, advocacy and innovation. It’s part of the fabric of our company.
IBM has long been a leader in preparing society for the changes that new technologies bring to the ways we live and work. Our long commitment to shaping the future of skills and education is grounded in our belief that companies have an obligation to bring new technologies into the world responsibly.