How to build a better bed: IoT and AI at the zoo

How to build a better bed: IoT and AI at the zoo

What do queues, zoos, and machine learning have in common? Watson IoT, of course! Marwell Zoo is building better beds for their animals with IoT and machine learning. Using Watson IoT Platform, the park’s keepers are working in tandem with IBM, designing a better way to reduce energy consumption. All while creating a more comfortable environment for the animals. Harnessing machine learning to reduce costs and improve living conditions Can machine learning be used to…

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Sir Clive Woodward OBE – One step ahead – Gaining the competitive edge needed to win in sport and business

Sir Clive Woodward OBE – One step ahead – Gaining the competitive edge needed to win in sport and business

Written by Ben Arnold, Tim Ive and Emily Irons. Sir Clive Woodward is best known as the England Rugby Head Coach who led England to World Cup victory in 2003. However, prior to coaching rugby, Sir Clive spent over 16 years working in business. At the IBM Analytics Vision event in November 2017, Sir Clive gave an inspiring talk on the parallel concepts between business and sport, and the significance of data and technology throughout….

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Who Stole My Face? A story of identity theft and how it changed my online behaviour

Who Stole My Face? A story of identity theft and how it changed my online behaviour

By Simon Greig, Executive IT Architect, Global Business Services, IBM UKI   We are constantly faced with headlines warning us that “identity theft is on the rise” and is reaching “epidemic levels.” There is a frightening truth to most of these statements, yet how many of us can say that with every social media upload, every time we provide an online form with our home address or even share our surname, we consider “Who else…

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Reinventing citizen connection: how the public sector is moving beyond digital transformation

Reinventing citizen connection: how the public sector is moving beyond digital transformation

In today’s data economy, people, devices and systems are generating the data points to provide more opportunities for insight and connection than ever before. Data forms the lifeblood of any organization across both the private and public sector. While resources are in short supply and the need for cost efficiency is on the rise, this data is growing in volume and complexity. It is these pressures that are driving the evaluation and adoption of new…

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