IBM today announced the availability of AI Now For Connected Commerce, premiering at Salesforce Connections in Chicago, IL on June 17th, 2019. Helping to simplify today’s retail landscape across service, marketing, and sales channels, AI Now For Connected Commerce is a B2C and B2B platform that can provide intelligent order management, price promotion and supply chain management – powered by IBM Watson on Salesforce Marketing, Commerce and Service Clouds.
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Forty Recipients from Fifteen Different Countries Honored at Inaugural AI Women Leadership Event Hosted by IBM In New York City Global Event Recognizes AI Achievements to Advance Their Companies Innovation and GrowthDiverse Industries Represented, Including Energy, Financial Services, Telecommunications, Insurance and Public Sector
IBM Invests to Put Clean Water Access Front and Center on World Environment Day; The Weather Channel Becomes The Water Channel
This week for World Environment Day, IBM and The Weather Company, an IBM Business, launched Forecast: Change, a new initiative to help combat freshwater scarcity in communities around the world. Forecast: Change provides resources in support of actions that are designed to help address the lack of freshwater access around the world.
- Db2 version 11.5 adds drivers for leading AI languages to help ease AI app dev with Db2
- New natural language querying and visualization capabilities designed to help speed data search
- Updated common SQL engine make Db2 more accessible to more data sources
IBM today announced a major upgrade to the Db2 database that is designed to enable enterprises to infuse AI and data science into their database management processes to more easily build AI into applications and gain greater insights from their data.
Watson Ads Builder Can Bring the Power of DIY Conversational Design to Brands
IBM today announced the launch of Watson Ads Builder, a self-service advertising solution that harnesses artificial intelligence (AI) designed to empower creative agencies and developers to help them build engaging, one-on-one conversations between brands and consumers across any digital property.
Combining The Weather Company forecast data with Watson AI enables companies to harness changes in weather to help them drive business results
IBM and its subsidiary The Weather Company today announced IBM Weather Signals, an AI-based tool designed to help companies predict how fluctuations in weather can impact business performance, even months in advance. With this insight, businesses can proactively adjust supply chains to help ensure accurate inventory, staffing and promotional activities aligned with anticipated changes in local weather conditions.