“Discoveries in gene sequencing are moving out of the laboratory and into the hands of medical professionals—changing the way healthcare delivery works.”
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“People expect companies to know who they are, how to engage with them and how to exceed their expectations, quickly. And thats where Watson, IBM’s cognitive computing system, comes in.”
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With another peak holiday shopping season upon us, retailers are engaging with customers in new ways and using the power of analytics and a multi-channel approach to make the season bright.
Developers will soon be able to access Watson’s power via the cloud.
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Two new Watson-related cognitive technologies are expected to help physicians make more informed and accurate decisions faster and to cull new insights from electronic medical records. ibm.co/184SZTU
Thanks to today’s social channels, consumers are smarter, better connected and more empowered than ever before. An operator of boutique hotels is responding by using analytics to better understand its customers, and then personalizing each touchpoint to deliver individualized services.
Nothing breaks down walls and brings people together like caring for a critically ill child. And IBM and Boston Children’s Hospital have teamed up on the world’s first Cloud-based global education technology platform to transform how pediatric medicine is taught and practiced around the world.
Developed in IBM labs in Cambridge, the new platform — called OPENPediatrics — is designed to give doctors and nurses the knowledge and skills they need during intensive care situations by way of an interactive, digital and social learning tool that will improve the exchange of medical knowledge on the care of critically ill children no matter where they live.
“Take a closer look at any large city today and you’ll find another city pulsating within it, made up of interconnected systems of many different functions and activities.”
Keeping Melbourne, Australia’s iconic tram network running smoothly and on time is no easy task. It requires a unique combination of smarter infrastructure technology that helps the company understand what is happening with over 91,000 pieces of equipment and a personalized approach that keeps passengers informed and satisfied.