Trips Reddy

Planning for 2017? Top 3 ways you can add business value with cognitive solutions

January 11, 2017 | AI for the Enterprise, Conversational Services

IT departments are currently plagued by gaps between data collection, insights and action. They constantly find themselves hand-holding non-technical teams like marketing, sales and HR. And often times, they have a limited number of information sources at their disposal. That is, if they haven’t empowered their company with cognitive technologies. Many business leaders already understand more

Creating a future-ready company in 2017 – What business leaders should know

December 21, 2016 | AI for the Enterprise

In the cognitive era, there will be no phone trees or on-hold music. There will be no language barriers or semantic errors. There will be no unanswerable questions or unsolvable problems. There will only be exceptional customer service, brought to you by cognitive businesses creating solutions that continuously learn and adapt to outthink the needs more

The path to cognitive starts here: Find your Watson in 5 quick steps

December 8, 2016 | AI for the Enterprise

In the cognitive era, data and advanced analytics are fueling transformations that rival any discovery or new technology that the world has ever known. Today’s challenges have never been more complex, but too often the insights for addressing these challenges have been buried in an avalanche of data. With cognitive systems, we are now able more

Unlocking the value of cloud & cognitive capabilities: Empower employees with insights

December 5, 2016 | AI for the Enterprise, Cloud, Events

In today’s data-driven marketplace, a next-gen enterprise search and content analytics platform is critical to businesses across industries. Is your business taking advantage of ALL the data available to you whether it lives in the cloud or on premises? Companies are increasingly putting cloud technologies to work — but many of them are still missing more

Battle of the Bots: Watson Developer Conference Hosts Bot Competitions

November 10, 2016 | Events

Safe Car Wins Student Bot Competition By Steve Abrams, Distinguished Engineer and VP of Developer Advocacy, IBM Watson Chat bots are rapidly changing how we communicate during every interaction – from the home and office to helping guide our commutes. They are enhancing customer service interactions, scheduling meetings as our personal assistants and facilitating troubleshooting more

Watson Developers: The Driving Force Transforming Industries and Society

November 9, 2016 | Developers

Our philosophy at IBM is to put our technology in the hands of developers, because for every good idea we have, we know they’re thinking up thousands more. Due to the steady innovation we’re seeing from this community, more and more businesses across nearly every industry are able to bring transformative solutions to market today. more

Top 5 security questions CIOs should ask before choosing an enterprise search solution

November 2, 2016 | AI for the Enterprise, Developers

Enterprise search and data discovery has become essential for any company’s success, across industries, and especially which there’s a high-level of customer interaction. Users must be able to find and understand the information they need, when they need it, at the scale and speed global enterprises needs, all while maintaining security and reliability. Internal and more

The Future Cognitive Workforce Part 2: Teaching the Next Generation of Builders

October 25, 2016 | Developers

By Steve Abrams, IBM Vice President of Watson Developer Advocacy Announced today at World of Watson, and as Rob High outlined in the first post in this series, IBM has partnered with Udacity to develop a nanodegree in artificial intelligence. Rob discussed IBM’s commitment to empowering developers to learn more about cognitive computing and equipping more

Cognitive technology you can touch: Come experience next-gen AI tools hands-on

October 8, 2016 | Events

By Nancy Pearson and Trips Reddy, IBM Watson The cognitive era is here. Cognitive systems are already forging new and powerful partnerships between man and machine to help created augmented intelligence that can propel businesses into the future. Three capabilities differentiate cognitive systems from traditional programmed computing systems: understanding, reasoning and learning. These systems democratize more