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  • IBM Transforming Eldercare with Artificial Intelligence, Robots and the Internet of Things

    IBM Transforming Eldercare with Artificial Intelligence, Robots and the Internet of Things


    Date added: 2016-12-08


    George Chen, a Rice University PhD student, has his heart and respiratory rates measured by a prototype Multi-Purpose Eldercare Robot Assistant (MERA), as IBM Research Staff Member Jinho Lee, left, observes during a demonstration at the IBM "Aging in Place" research environment in Austin, Texas. IBM and Rice University have collaborated to create a Watson-enabled robot designed to aid the elderly and caregivers. (Photo by Jack Plunkett/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     





  • New Cold and Flu Tracker from The Weather Company, an IBM Business, Provides Consumers with Real-Time Updates of Flu Activity at a Hyper-Local Level

    New Cold and Flu Tracker from The Weather Company, an IBM Business, Provides Consumers with Real-Time Updates of Flu Activity at a Hyper-Local Level


    Date added: 2016-10-06


    Example of The Weather Company's new Cold & Flu Tracker in The Weather Channel mobile app. (Credit: The Weather Company, an IBM Business)

     

     



  • IBM's Project DataWorks in action

    IBM's Project DataWorks in action


    Date added: 2016-09-27


    IBM's Project DataWorks in action: A NYC-based startup that develops clean energy projects in American inner cities used Project DataWorks to build a cognitive application that performs a comprehensive energy audit of individual properties to simulate energy savings and ultimate determine the correct mix of high-efficiency technology to reduce each customer's energy consumption. (Credit: IBM)

     

     



  • IBM's Project DataWorks uses Watson Analytics to analyze and create complex visualizations

    IBM's Project DataWorks uses Watson Analytics to analyze and create complex visualizations


    Date added: 2016-09-27


    IBM's Project DataWorks uses Watson Analytics and natural language processing to analyze and create complex visualizations with one line of code – like this one, which illustrates correlations between product purchases by customers of a sporting goods store. (Credit: IBM)

     

     


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