Bringing Precision Weather Forecasting to Motorsports with Aston Martin Red Bull Racing

From precision manufacturing and aerodynamic calibration, to tire selection and race-day strategy, Formula One racing is a data-driven sport. To win, racing teams must excel on the razor’s edge, balancing control and strategy with technology and the ability to make critical, real-time decisions in a high-stakes, high-speed environment. Cars can accelerate to 100mph in less […]

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An Appreciation: Spike Beitzel

As a young boy, Spike Beitzel visited an uncle who lived on a high, windy bluff in Nantucket. He wondered why the houses in the small community were made of wood. “Rigid houses would have been knocked down years ago,” he recalled, drawing on the reference to talk about IBM. “We have to be flexible […]

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How the IBM Cloud Is Moving Across Europe

The consumption of services delivered on private, hybrid and public cloud platforms has been growing for several years, and significantly outperforms the growth rates of investment in traditional IT technology. It is a model that enables greater business flexibility, ensures price transparency and faster market performance – in short, it moves organizations forward. According to […]

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How Russia Got a Flavor for Advanced Analytics

The 2016 C-suite study by the IBM Institute of Business Value has shown that the top managers from Russia and the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) put the macroeconomic factors as the main external force affecting their companies. Whereas, globally the respondents put the technology and the market factors way ahead of […]

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All-Flash Solutions are Redefining Storage in a Multi-Cloud World

Companies across every industry are shifting to a multi-cloud environment in order to move faster than their competitors, enhance modern data protection, deliver better customer experiences and drive growth. As they make this essential transition, key trends such as artificial intelligence (AI), containers, and Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) are redefining enterprise data storage in the […]

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Fishing in Finland Means Food Traceability is On the Menu

We all want to know more about the food we are eating, and for consumers in Finland who love their fish, it is now possible to trace their purchased fish fillet all the way back to the actual lake that the fish was caught. Finnish retail cooperative S-Group, will test their Pike-perch radar solution, which […]

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IBM and Aramark Join Forces to Speed Digital Healthcare Transformation

In today’s virtually seamless world where anyone can shop, bank, or connect — anywhere, anytime, on any device — every sector has begun to leverage the benefits of digital connectivity. Only one, however, is doing so with life-saving goals in mind: Healthcare. With these goals in mind, IBM and Aramark are helping accelerate this transformation […]

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Cancer as an Information Science Challenge, and Manageable Condition

As a former trauma coordinator for Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, I know what it’s like to be on the front lines of patient care. It was perhaps most personal when my cousin was diagnosed with bone cancer. As a patient in the hospital in which I worked, I watched as doctors tried everything they knew […]

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Using AI to Close the Learning Gap

In classrooms of all ages and in schools around the world, teachers are met with the challenge of addressing each student’s individual needs and rate at which he or she learns. At IBM our Watson Education team is focused on leveraging AI to improve learning outcomes and implement solutions that will help all students succeed. […]

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ISC 2018: IBM Helps European Researchers Grab Hold of AI

With the debut of the IBM POWER9-equipped Summit supercomputer, the world’s smartest AI machine, IBM is putting our money where our mouth is when it comes to building data-centric systems. You see, it’s no longer about which systems are the fastest, it’s about systems that are designed to handle the massive amounts of data that […]

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Rometty at CEBIT 2018: The Era of Exponential Learning

On June 11, 2018, Ginni Rometty, IBM Chairman, President and CEO, delivered a keynote address at CEBIT 2018, Europe’s annual business festival for innovation and digitization. Her remarks addressed The Era of Exponential Learning – And What’s Required to Make the Most of It. Watch it here:

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Why Supply Chains Need Blockchain

In early 2013, a number of grocery stores in the UK were hit with a major incident when horse meat was found in beef burgers. To compound the problem, many of the grocery chains could not instantly point to the exact source, but had to launch lengthy investigations to track back through processing plants and […]

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