This week’s fresh content marks a significant transformation in IBM Data magazine, but clearly traces a line of continuity from where we’ve been to where we’re heading.
IBM Data magazine announces the next step in its evolution: Consolidation into the IBM Big Data & Analytics Hub
Generating new knowledge is the easy part—sort of. The hard part is making sure that existing knowledge is disseminated to everyone who may conceivably benefit from it.
The world is a big place with many peoples, but we all live on the same planet and have the same basic needs.
Data needs to flow to be of any use. That flow needs to pervade the often complex infrastructures through which data is processed and delivered and mirror the rhythm of activities within which the data is being originated.
A Turing test may mimic human intelligence, but true intelligence is acquired through life experiences
Industrial processes fascinate me, not just in their automation, speed, and efficiency, but also in their ability to give precise shape to an otherwise unruly raw material.
Information flows through many channels as it rushes from myriad sources to the places where people apply it in real-world situations. Data’s diversity is a challenge that can best be met through implementation of the right tools for integration, capacity, and delivery of its precious payload of insight and guidance.
Does in-memory persistence remove technological barriers that prevent business outcomes at any latency?
Smart thoughts come quite readily to the prepared mind. Finding insights inside big data is easy if you’ve prepared, organized, and tuned it all for speedy access.
Nature doesn’t reveal its deepest secrets to the casual observer. The edifice of scientific knowledge has risen because of the diligence and ingenuity of many smart people over many centuries. But it’s never perfectly secure in its foundations
Find out how data scientists can use geospatial analytics to help mitigate risks from natural disasters