Cognitive Computing

CEVA Links Cognitive Supply Chain to Holiday Season Rewards

CEVA is a multi-billion dollar global supply chain management company that works with some of the busiest retailers in the business. We’re responsible for everything from contract logistics to freight management, packing and shipping, and all on a global scale. Our business is much more than simply moving things from A to B. We operate […]

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Bringing Cognitive to Data Visualization

The goal of data visualization is to help explain complex data-driven trends, patterns, and correlations quickly and easily through imagery. And while traditional methods of data visualization have focused on interactive graphics, an exciting new trend is emerging that captures the movement of data in video. In my work at IBM’s Cognitive Visualization Lab, I […]

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Adopting Cognitive for Better One-to-One Customer Engagement

CEVA is a multi-billion dollar global supply chain management company that works with some of the busiest retailers in the business. We’re responsible for everything from contract logistics to freight management, packing and shipping, and all on a global scale. Our business is much more than simply moving things from A to B. We operate […]

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One Girl’s Journey into Programming

Like a lot of high schools, mine has a wide range of extracurricular activities, from academic clubs, such as Math Honor Society, to sports teams like outdoor beach volleyball. But there’s one that’s fairly unique: an organization of driven, smart young ladies called All Girls Code. The All Girls Code club was started a couple […]

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IBM Research Takes Watson to Hollywood with the First “Cognitive Movie Trailer”

How do you create a movie trailer about an artificially enhanced human? You turn to the real thing – artificial intelligence. 20th Century Fox has partnered with IBM Research to develop the first-ever “cognitive movie trailer” for its upcoming suspense/horror film, “Morgan”. Fox wanted to explore using artificial intelligence (AI) to create a horror movie […]

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Driving Cognitive Research in Johannesburg

Nearly 100 years ago, IBM established its first operations in Africa, and began playing a vital role in the continent’s economic development – boosting the capabilities of its people and institutions through technical education, training, infrastructure, governance and scientific research. In 2013, the company drove deeper into Africa opening its first research lab on the […]

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Q&A: Dr. Jane Chiang On the New Cognitive App Contest to Fight Diabetes

Diabetes can be a time consuming and expensive disease — and no one understands this better than the people who live with it. In the United States, diabetes and prediabetes cost us a staggering $322 billion each year in direct medical expenses and reduced productivity. And studies have shown that people with diabetes spend 2.3 […]

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Innovation Today for Solving the Challenges of Tomorrow

Change is the only constant in the technology industry, especially in the fields of science and research. The exponential growth of data from sources like enterprises, social media, sensors and devices is propelling change faster than ever before. At the same time, we are witnessing something we never thought we’d have to face – the […]

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The Promise of IoT Just Got a Little Brighter for Everyone

We are quickly moving from a physical world to a digital world, and thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT), data has become the key to business success and new levels of consumer satisfaction.   In the Cognitive Era, the IoT, applied at scale, can potentially decrease traffic and energy use across a city, and increase […]

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How Watson IoT is Making Buildings Better

We spend most of our lives in buildings – the places where we live, work, socialize, shop and relax. It is not surprising, therefore, that their design and usability so significantly affect the performance of their users. For example, experience tells us that everything from poor air conditioning to bad coffee can lower productivity and morale […]

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Wimbledon Aces Digital Experience for Fans Around the World

For two weeks every year, the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club transforms from a private tennis club in a leafy London suburb to the host of one of the most prestigious sporting events in the world: the Wimbledon Tennis Championships. Since 1990, IBM has been the Official Supplier of Information Technology and consultant […]

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How Watson and I Brought the Sorting Hat to Life

While IBM Watson is an expert at tackling business and societal challenges like water shortages in California, cognitive systems can also be creative – from testing ingredient combinations and creating unusual recipes to helping designers consider unique combinations of colors and fabrics for a new cognitive dress. Developer teams are working constantly and creatively, using […]

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