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From cloud computing to AI, hear how people and businesses are using IBM solutions to make a difference.

How P-TECH prepares students for the future of work

Joel Mangan, Executive Director of P-TECH® at IBM, and recent P-TECH graduates Suyhalia Karim-Doran and Eric Cholula-Martinez, discuss how P-TECH, a groundbreaking public education model, is addressing education and workforce development challenges for underserved students. Learn more →


Protecting online privacy with AI advertising

Sheri Bachstein, Global Head of Watson Advertising and The Weather Company®, an IBM Business, discusses the future of AI in digital advertising and how advertisers are using AI to address growing privacy concerns of consumers.
Learn more →


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Human slavery still exists. Can AI help curb this scourge?

Neil Giles, CEO of the Traffik Analysis Hub, and John McGrath, Sr. Solution Architect at IBM, explain how the IBM Cloud®-based Hub, powered by IBM Watson®, helps organizations securely share and analyze data to help curb modern human slavery. Learn more →


Woman wearing a face mask

Addressing health disparities during COVID-19

COVID-19 has shined a spotlight on the already pressing disparities in public health. Dr. Kyu Rhee, Chief Health Officer at IBM, and Dr. Irene Dankwa-Mullan, Deputy Chief Health Officer of IBM Watson Health, discuss how data and technology are helping to address these issues. Learn more →


IBM X-Force Command Center

A changing cybersecurity landscape

Wendi Whitmore, VP of IBM Security X-Force® Threat Intelligence, and Allison Ritter, Program Leader, IBM Security Command Center, explain how they are helping businesses stay prepared and resilient within a rapidly evolving threat landscape. Learn more →


Two women looking at an IBM grid container

The power of quantum computing

Katie Pizzolato, Director of IBM Quantum Strategy and Applications Research, and Vijay Swarup, VP of Research and Development at ExxonMobil, discuss the revolutionary potential of quantum computing to solve previously unsolvable problems. Learn more →


The Project Debater

AI that can debate

Noam Slonim and Madhu Kochar of IBM explore Project Debater®, the first AI system that can debate humans on complex topics and help people build persuasive arguments. Discover how IBM Watson helps enable businesses to build apps with natural language processing (NLP). Learn more →


Shipping containers

The impact of AI in a pandemic

Ritika Gunnar and Jay Bellissimo of IBM discuss how IBM Watson Assistant is helping organizations deliver fast, accurate answers around COVID-19 to customers, employees and citizens. Try IBM Watson Assistant at no charge for 90 days. Learn more →


Shipping containers

Rethinking supply chains

Luq Niazi and Karl Haller of IBM examine how the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted global supply chains. We are offering key supply chain solutions at no charge for 90 days, and our global team is available to share expertise. Learn more →


A boy at home sitting at a table with his mother working on a laptop

Working together while apart

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kristin Wisnewski, VP of Design in the CIO's Office at IBM, and Grace Suh, VP of Education at IBM, discuss initiatives designed to help students learn in our new remote reality.


IBM’s Summit supercomputer

Accelerating an answer to COVID-19

Dave Turek, VP of High Performance Computing and Cognitive Systems at IBM, discusses the role technology is playing in the search for a treatment for COVID-19, and how high performance computing can help speed up the process.


A hand holding a mobile phone opened to an app tracking the spread of COVID-19

Tracking COVID-19

Cameron Clayton, the General Manager of IBM Cloud Ecosystem and The Weather Company®, an IBM business, explains how AI and cloud computing are powering localized tracking tools for the COVID-19 outbreak.


Wireless device half buried in the sand on the beach with the words “OWL Emergency Network”

Project OWL

Bryan Knouse of Project OWL – the winning team of IBM’s inaugural Call for Code Challenge – and Alisa Maclin of IBM, discuss how mesh networks can be used to restore communications to areas devastated by natural disasters.


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How P-TECH prepares students for the future of work

Joel Mangan, Executive Director of P-TECH® at IBM, and recent P-TECH graduates Suyhalia Karim-Doran and Eric Cholula-Martinez, discuss how P-TECH, a groundbreaking public education model, is addressing education and workforce development challenges for underserved students. Learn more →

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Protecting online privacy with AI advertising

Sheri Bachstein, Global Head of Watson Advertising and The Weather Company®, an IBM Business, discusses the future of AI in digital advertising and how advertisers are using AI to address growing privacy concerns of consumers. Learn more →

An abstract image

Human slavery still exists. Can AI help curb this scourge?

Neil Giles, CEO of the Traffik Analysis Hub, and John McGrath, Sr. Solution Architect at IBM, explain how the IBM Cloud®-based Hub, powered by IBM Watson®, helps organizations securely share and analyze data to help curb modern human slavery. Learn more →

Woman wearing a face mask

Addressing health disparities during COVID-19

COVID-19 has shined a spotlight on the already pressing disparities in public health. Dr. Kyu Rhee, Chief Health Officer at IBM, and Dr. Irene Dankwa-Mullan, Deputy Chief Health Officer of IBM Watson Health, discuss how data and technology are helping to address these issues. Learn more →

IBM X-Force Command Center

A changing cybersecurity landscape

Wendi Whitmore, VP of IBM Security X-Force® Threat Intelligence, and Allison Ritter, Program Leader, IBM Security Command Center, explain how they are helping businesses stay prepared and resilient within a rapidly evolving threat landscape. Learn more →

Two women looking at an IBM grid container

The power of quantum computing

Katie Pizzolato, Director of IBM Quantum Strategy and Applications Research and Vijay Swarup, VP of research and development at ExxonMobil discuss the revolutionary potential of quantum computing to solve previously unsolvable problems. Learn more →

Project Debater

AI that can debate

Noam Slonim and Madhu Kochar of IBM explore Project Debater®, the first AI system that can debate humans on complex topics and help people build persuasive arguments. Discover how IBM Watson helps enable businesses to build apps with natural language processing (NLP). Learn more →

A bird’s-eye view of a neighborhood

The impact of AI
in a pandemic

Ritika Gunnar and Jay Bellissimo of IBM discuss how IBM Watson Assistant is helping organizations deliver fast, accurate answers around COVID-19 to customers, employees and citizens. Try IBM Watson Assistant at no charge for 90 days. Learn more →

Shipping containers

Rethinking supply
chains

Luq Niazi and Karl Haller of IBM examine how the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted global supply chains. We are offering key supply chain solutions at no charge for 90 days, and our global team is available to share expertise. Learn more →

A boy at home sitting at a table with his mother working on a laptop.

Working together while apart

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kristin Wisnewski, VP of Design in the CIO's Office at IBM, and Grace Suh, VP of Education at IBM, discuss initiatives designed to help students learn in our new remote reality.

IBM’s Summit supercomputer

Accelerating an answer
to COVID-19

Dave Turek, VP of High Performance Computing and Cognitive Systems at IBM, discusses the role technology is playing in the search for a treatment for COVID-19, and how high performance computing can help speed up the process.

A hand holding a mobile phone opened to an app tracking the spread of COVID-19

Tracking COVID-19

Cameron Clayton, the General Manager of IBM Cloud Ecosystem and The Weather Company®, an IBM business, explains how AI and cloud computing are powering localized tracking tools for the COVID-19 outbreak.

 wireless device half buried in the sand on the beach with the words “OWL Emergency Network”

Project OWL

Bryan Knouse of Project OWL – the winning team of IBM’s inaugural Call for Code Challenge – and Alisa Maclin of IBM, discuss how mesh networks can be used to restore communications to areas devastated by natural disasters.

TBD

Coming soon

Check back soon for new episodes featuring global problem solvers inspired to push the world forward.

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The hosts talk with the thinkers solving problems to help improve our lives.

Project OWL

Jonathan Strickland

Project OWL

Take on COVID-19 and climate change