IBM Center for Applied Insights Launches New Blog! (#IBMCAI)

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CAI_Y_avatarIn a world overflowing with data, there’s a lot to be discovered.  The IBM Center for Applied Insights (IBMCAI) uncovers new ways of thinking, working and leading through research and analytics.  IBMCAI studies pair strategic insights with practical lessons to help leaders deliver better results.

Now IBMCAI  has launched a new blog – check it out and let them know what you think in the Leave A Reply field.  You can also subscribe to the IBMCAI blog by visiting http://www.ibmcai.com and clicking the ‘Follow Blog’ link on the right.

TAKE A DRIVE AROUND THE NEW BLOG:

  • Insights by topic (Big Data, Cloud, Social, etc.) and role (Business Leader, IT Leader, Developer) in See Insights by
  • Datagrams, Quotes, Play With Numbers, and other fun in Coffee Break
  • Videos, Infographics, Podcasts, and Translated Insights in Resources
  • A number of ways to get involved, contribute, and connect in Get Involved
  • Global access to the blog in the Select Your Language

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Original announcement posted on the IBMCAI blog here:

IBM Center for Applied Insights Launches New Blog! (#IBMCAI).

IBM’s cognitive computing: The next wave applications that are as intutive & capable as human beings

IBM WatsonIn a few months from now, or at least sometime next year, a few IBM partners will release a series of software products that will be unlike anything people have encountered so far. Instead of doing a task for you through a software program, these products will prepare you instead to do that task yourself. You could ask the computer about your health, a home purchase, or a travel plan. You don’t need visits from sales executives for product briefings. The computer will gently guide you to make the right choice at the right time.

Currently, these products are being built around Watson, the famous IBM computer that won the Jeopardy championship. To be precise, it is built around a more compact and powerful machine than the Jeopardy champion. IBM threw open this machine to programmers on the cloud three weeks ago to build products and services in a few industries to begin with. IBM has applications from 200 potential partners, including a few from India, focused initially on healthcare, financial services and travel. “We are trying to build an ecosystem of partners around Watson,” says Jay Subrahmonia, vice-president of development and delivery, Watson Solutions at IBM.

IBM calls it cognitive computing, to distinguish it from the more common term, artificial intelligence. It is purportedly the next wave of computing, infinitely more powerful and long-lasting than any other computing wave we have seen. It changes the way we interact with computers, the reason we use computers, and also the way we program computers. It is a big business opportunity as well. Just the global healthcare market for such systems is projected to increase from $201 million now to $239 billion by 2019, according to the market research firm WinterGreen Research.

Read the complete article on economictimes.com |Posted by Khalid Raza

China and Brazil Alumni Research Project

Thank you for your interest in collaborating with us on this research project!  Here is a description of the project again, for reference.  To register, please fill out the form below, and we will contact you.  Thank you!

Are you a C-Suite Executive, CIO or IT manager in China or Brazil and interested in collaborating with IBM on market research?  We’re building personas and conducting in-country research on web experiences and invite you to participate in this initiative.  As a core member of our research team you will gain valuable insight and experience on what makes a compelling web experience  There are several ways you can participate:

  1. Recruit prospective client interviewees from your own company or network of peers facing similar challenges.
  2. Conduct the in-country interviews based on a prepared script we provide.
  3. Respond to the interview and provide your insights to the project.

Please fill out the form below to register and join this initiative.  We look forward to your participation!

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–Posted by Julie Yamamoto, Program Manager, The Greater IBM Connection