Applied computer vision is poised to make a major impact on businesses across industries. A form of visual machine learning, computer vision was first conceived as a way to enable machines to view and interpret the visual world in much the same way humans do.
Formula 1 has more than 506 million fans around the world, but for many years it had “no marketing function, no PR, no digital, no strategy,” explains Director of Marketing and Communications Ellie Norman
The future of the customer experience will be an expression of our deepest instinctive human behaviors—at warp speed and exponential scale—egged on by advances in technology.
IBM was one of the first U.S. companies to recognize the business value of design when, in 1956, then-CEO Thomas Watson Jr. hired architect and industrial designer Eliot Noyes to create a corporate design program.
From business continuity challenges to pricing model modifications, the COVID-19 pandemic is having far-reaching effects on IT service delivery, as IT leaders adjust and prep for the new, new normal.
Wellpoint leverages the famous IBM supercomputer to improve cancer treatment plans.
Airlines have the data they need to reduce delays from equipment problems–and even to stop problems before they occur–saving billions and making customers happier to boot. Here’s how to do it.
Leading HR departments are turning to “talent analytics” for a wide range of staffing issues, and CIOs are at the center of this data-driven transformation.
We are leaving the industrial economy and entering the innovation economy, where manufacturing is a commodity and the idea – intellectual property (IP) – trumps all.
From bespoke leather stitching on a Maserati Grancabrio to do-it-yourself soda flavors at a Coca-Cola Freestyle fountain, customers are increasingly demanding – and getting – individual customization from companies.