Tag Archives : cognition

Watson shifts into “embed” gear

Innovation for its own sake is the stuff of entrepreneurial legend, but rarely a strategy for sustainable development. While a certain degree of licence may be needed to fuel the creative process, ultimately, new paths that are forged must be wrapped in practical application, a lesson that has been absorbed by innovators from Icarus to […]

Manoj Saxena - IBM

Andy Flint, senior director, analytic product management, FICO

FICO marries analytics expertise with cloud delivery

The need for companies to maintain competitive edge through the application of data analytics is gaining broad recognition: less well known is FICO, and the organization’s efforts to build analytics solutions that unlock the business value in very large, unstructured data sets. Over the past several months, the San Jose, California-based analytics and decision management […]

John Longbottom - IBM

Waterfront Toronto laying intelligent ICT foundations

Smart cities have emerged from urban design as technology marvels offering residents new levels of sustainable public and private services. Green transport, resource recycling, civic engagement and improved management of urban infrastructure are all within reach of enlightened administrators who can now look for inspiration to demo projects in flagship locations such as Amsterdam, Barcelona […]

“Intelligence-led policing” in reach with analytics

ICT is widely viewed as enabler of productivity improvement, but new technology adoption is often a horse of a different colour. The process involves a complex interplay of business drivers, IT strategy, organizational priorities and product momentum, weighed against IT budgets, refresh cycles, legacy investments, implementation bandwidth — and just plain old inertia. In public […]

Ryan Prox,Special Constable, VPD