Oppdag nye muligheter

I alle bransjer snakkes det om en ny type konkurranse i markedet: disrupsjon.
Et viktig verktøy i denne sammenheng er løsninger basert på kognitiv teknologi.
Kort fortalt kan den gjøre dine produkter, tjenester og prosesser intelligente, og på den måten utvikle din forretning til å forstå, resonnere og lære – så du kan overgå både nåtidens og fremtidens konkurrenter.

Velkommen til den kognitive tidsalder!

Årets spor på IBM BusinessConnect

Etter fellessesjon på hovedscenen deler vi oss inn i forskjellige spor, du kan lese mer om dette under agenda, i år melder du deg på disse sporene i forkant, du velger ett tema før lunsj og ett etter.

Watson slår av en prat med Bob Dylan, Serena Williams og en banksjef

Geniet Watson tok en prat med noen av verdens mest kjente og innflytelsesrike mennesker – om kjærlighet, trender og serve-ess.

Bob Dylan and IBM Watson on Language

Bob Dylan and IBM Watson on Language


Serena Williams and IBM Watson on Performance

Serena Williams and IBM Watson on Performance


DBS Bank and IBM Watson on Cognitive Finance

DBS Bank and IBM Watson on Cognitive Finance


Watson leser din Twitter-personlighet

Tenker du noen gang over hva dine oppdateringer på sosiale medier sier om deg? Skriv ditt twitter-brukernavn for å få analysen nå.

Klikk her for å se hva Watson har å si om...

Watson ”outthinks” gårsdagens roboter

Har du sett filmsnuttene regissert av Ridley Scott? Skuespiller Carries Fisher, også kjent som prinsesse Leia fra Star Wars, leder en støttegruppe for utdaterte roboter. God fornøyelse!

"Coping with Humans": A Support Group for Bots

"Coping with Humans": A Support Group for Bots


Therapy Session: Moper Bot

Therapy Session: Moper Bot


Therapy Session: Sinister Bot

Therapy Session: Sinister Bot


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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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