Det muliges kunst

I alle brancher tales der disruption, og hvordan kognitiv teknologi er med til at drive denne udvikling.

Kort fortalt kan det gøre dine produkter, services og processer intelligente og på den måde udvikle din forretning til at tænke, ræsonnere og lære – så du kan overgå både nutidens og fremtidens konkurrenter.

Velkommen til den kognitive æra!

Watsons $1 million Jeopardy-præmie var kun begyndelsen

Du kender sikkert vores kognitive teknologi, Watson. Men faktisk har den udviklet sig meget, siden den blev verdensberømt for at vinde 1 million dollars i Jeopardy. I dag bliver kognitiv IT anvendt på tværs af brancher, fra sundhedsvæsenet til finans, til at genopfinde workflows, bygge intelligente apps og opnå mere meningsfulde interaktioner med kunderne.

Watson snakker med Bob Dylan, Serena Williams og en bankdirektør

Vores geni Watson satte sig ned til en snak med nogle af verdens mest indflydelsesrige mennesker – om kærlighed, trends og serveesser.

I denne video taler IBM Watson med Bob Dylan om lyrik

I denne video taler IBM Watson med Bob Dylan om lyrik


Hør Serena Williams diskutere performance med IBM Watson

Hør Serena Williams diskutere performance med IBM Watson


DBS Bank og IBM Watson samarbejder om at forudse trends på finansmarkedet

DBS Bank og IBM Watson samarbejder om at forudse trends på finansmarkedet


Watson gennemskuer din Twitter-personlighed

Tænker du nogensinde over, hvad dine opdateringer på sociale medier siger om dig? Watson kan fortælle dig det lige med det samme.
Klik og se, hvad Watson har at sige…

Watson overgår gårsdagens robotter

Så du vores serie med reklamer instrueret af Ridley Scott? Skuespiller Carrie Fisher, alias prinsesse Leia fra Star Wars, leder en støttegruppe for forældede robotter. God fornøjelse!

Hør Carrie Fischer og IBM Watson rådgive robotterne om samarbejdet med mennesker

Hør Carrie Fischer og IBM Watson rådgive robotterne om samarbejdet med mennesker


I terapisessionen analyserer Carrie Fischer og IBM Watson på tone

I terapisessionen analyserer Carrie Fischer og IBM Watson på tone


IBM Watson forstår mange sprog – men forstår han alle sprog?

IBM Watson forstår mange sprog – men forstår han alle sprog?


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Thank you for your interest.

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Parking

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Public transport

There is a bus stop in front of the building (line 49 and 50). Brussels- South station is only five minutes away.

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In a world of data, where everyone and everything is connected to the Internet of Things, cognitive computing makes the difference. Only cognitive systems can analyze gigantic streams of data in milliseconds. And not just facts and figures but images, sound, human sentiments and relationships. They reason independently and are always learning. They support you in the most complex decision making. Make your business cognitive and outthink the competition. Because cognitive businesses address the desires and impulses of your customers quicker and more accurately.

  • Erick Brethenoux

    Erick Brethenoux’s leads the strategy and vision for IBM Data & Analytics, defining the overarching strategy for the division. Erick was VP of Corporate Development at SPSS prior to its acquisition by IBM in 2009. Prior to joining SPSS, he was VP of Software Equity Research at Lazard Frères, New York, providing institutional investors with recommendations, analyzing startup companies for venture capital funding and engaged in merger and acquisition activities. Before Lazard, Erick was Research Director of Advanced Technologies at the Gartner Group focusing on decision support systems, knowledge management and advanced software engineering architectures. Prior to Gartner, Erick completed a scientific mission for the French Embassy in the United States. Erick has published extensively in the domains of artificial intelligence systems, system sciences, applied mathematics, complex systems and cybernetics. Erick’s research as a Ph.D. candidate at University of Delaware was aimed at knowledge engineering within a cognitive sciences multidisciplinary program.

In a world of data, where everyone and everything is connected to the Internet of Things, cognitive computing makes the difference. Only cognitive systems can analyze gigantic streams of data in milliseconds. And not just facts and figures but images, sound, human sentiments and relationships. They reason independently and are always learning. They support you in the most complex decision making. Make your business cognitive and outthink the competition. Because cognitive businesses address the desires and impulses of your customers quicker and more accurately.

Steve Morlidge

Erick Brethenoux’s leads the strategy and vision for IBM Data & Analytics, defining the overarching strategy for the division. Erick was VP of Corporate Development at SPSS prior to its acquisition by IBM in 2009. Prior to joining SPSS, he was VP of Software Equity Research at Lazard Frères, New York, providing institutional investors with recommendations, analyzing startup companies for venture capital funding and engaged in merger and acquisition activities. Before Lazard, Erick was Research Director of Advanced Technologies at the Gartner Group focusing on decision support systems, knowledge management and advanced software engineering architectures. Prior to Gartner, Erick completed a scientific mission for the French Embassy in the United States. Erick has published extensively in the domains of artificial intelligence systems, system sciences, applied mathematics, complex systems and cybernetics. Erick’s research as a Ph.D. candidate at University of Delaware was aimed at knowledge engineering within a cognitive sciences multidisciplinary program.

In a world of data, where everyone and everything is connected to the Internet of Things, cognitive computing makes the difference. Only cognitive systems can analyze gigantic streams of data in milliseconds. And not just facts and figures but images, sound, human sentiments and relationships. They reason independently and are always learning. They support you in the most complex decision making. Make your business cognitive and outthink the competition. Because cognitive businesses address the desires and impulses of your customers quicker and more accurately.

Gilles Marnix

Erick Brethenoux’s leads the strategy and vision for IBM Data & Analytics, defining the overarching strategy for the division. Erick was VP of Corporate Development at SPSS prior to its acquisition by IBM in 2009. Prior to joining SPSS, he was VP of Software Equity Research at Lazard Frères, New York, providing institutional investors with recommendations, analyzing startup companies for venture capital funding and engaged in merger and acquisition activities. Before Lazard, Erick was Research Director of Advanced Technologies at the Gartner Group focusing on decision support systems, knowledge management and advanced software engineering architectures.

In a world of data, where everyone and everything is connected to the Internet of Things, cognitive computing makes the difference. Only cognitive systems can analyze gigantic streams of data in milliseconds. And not just facts and figures but images, sound, human sentiments and relationships. They reason independently and are always learning. They support you in the most complex decision making. Make your business cognitive and outthink the competition. Because cognitive businesses address the desires and impulses of your customers quicker and more accurately.

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