AI platforms and solutions like Watson require a partnership between human and machine to be valuable. AI is there to augment the work we do in countless industries–helping companies reimagine their business workflows, redefine how they uncover deep insights from data, and augment human creativity and productivity.
The AI Summit is the world’s largest AI event for business and a meeting ground for global enterprises who have already found success from practical AI usage. There were opportunities for companies of all sizes and industry professionals looking to learn about AI, how it will continue to transform productivity, and what the future of the technology holds.
I recently had the opportunity to record a segment for the CES Tech Talk podcast focusing on how AI is shaping the future of business. We touched on some of the biggest discussion points and trends in the field today, from concerns over workforce impact, to solving the ‘black box’ issue of AI. The podcast […]
An increasing number of people are opting for specialized online programs to help them transition to AI careers. Nanodegrees launched by Udacity cover many technology areas such as AI or data science and are taught by active industry thought leaders.
Nisarga Markandaiah, a member of the IBM Watson team, shares insight on her role as a natural language processing and machine learning software engineer, and how she’s focused on building the technologies that are shaping the world for tomorrow.
A profile of IBMer Rachel Liddell who helps business leaders and influencers understand how Watson will change their organizations, their communities – and their lives – by telling stories about the real impact and exciting possibilities of AI.
Anamita Guhagrew has combined her aptitude for technology —along with her passion for understanding the human mind —to create the tools developers rely on to change the world with Watson. We chat with her about her unique background, path in the Valley and how she sees AI changing the world, one decision at a time.
With over 35 patents, Kelly Abuelsaad has always had a passion for creating, whether she’s been playing guitar or finding a new way to apply technology to everyday tasks. Kelly is a member of the IBM Watson and Cloud Platform team, where she helps bring AI to clients via the cloud.