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I.AM+, the technology company founded by global music artist and entrepreneur will.i.am, and IBM have joined forces aiming to accelerate the adoption of AI and responsibly manage customer data as AI goes mainstream. (Photo Credit: Eric Michael Roy)
IBM Weather Signals Uses AI to Enable Predictive Weather-based Business Forecasting.
The Operations Dashboard within IBM Decision Platform for Agriculture, here showing disease identification. Once you take a photo of the crop, the image is analyzed using AI and levels of confidence are given for various diseases. (Credit: IBM)
The Operations Dashboard within IBM Decision Platform for Agriculture, here showing Crop Health analysis, crop data and weather-based threshold alerts for a specific field south of Sutherland, NE. (Credit: IBM)
The Operations Dashboard within IBM Decision Platform for Agriculture, here showing a yield forecast. It can provide a regular in-season forecast of expected yield at the time of harvest. Both crop health and yield forecast analytics can enable targeted scouting, with the disease identification tool enabling additional insight into potential issues. (Credit: The Weather Company, an IBM Business)
The Operations Dashboard within IBM Decision Platform for Agriculture, here showing an overview for a field in Kenya. This panel provides a summary view of 10-day forecasted parameters such as conditions, wind speed/direction, and relevant items such as growing degree days and precipitation. (Credit: The Weather Company, an IBM Business)
The Operations Dashboard within IBM Decision Platform for Agriculture, here showing a view of critical weather in Australia and the region including precipitation, lightning, and temperature forecast threshold alerts. (Credit: The Weather Company, an IBM Business)
Experts say that tools like AI, predictive maintenance, drones and hybrid cloud will play an important role in meeting the challenge of rising infrastructure costs (credit: IBM)
Albertsons Companies joins more than 80 brands using the IBM Food Trust blockchain-based food traceability solution. In an initial pilot, Albertsons Companies will trace romaine lettuce from the supplier to the store for greater supply chain efficiency and more targeted recalls. (Photo Credit: Albertsons Companies)
More than 90 percent of global trade is carried out by the shipping industry each year. IBM and Maersk today announced that two of the world's largest ocean carriers, CMA, MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company, are using TradeLens, a blockchain-based shipping platform designed to increase transparency and efficiency across the global shipping ecosystem. Together CMA, MSC and Maersk, along with other carriers already on TradeLens, represent nearly half of the world’s container shipping volume.