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#ibminsightEvolution of Industry How do you lead in an insight economy? How do you empower, disrupt, transform your industry?
Bert Latamore
IBM SVP Analytics @BobPicciano live on #theCUBE with @dvellante & @pgillin from #IBMInsight 2015. http://bit.ly/207lUj...
Bert Latamore
You are laying forth a vision of the future with real customer stories. @DVellante on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Our story is our clients' success. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
The insight economy is where the IT vision is hitting a new inflection point. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
the Insightr Economy is how to derive valuable insights from all the data. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Data that is difficult to work with people often forgo trying to get value from. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Almost 90% of data is not used, & much of its value evaporates in a few minutes. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Whirlpool installs a machine & the next time they hear from the customer is when something goes wrong. That is not what you want. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Building a platform for next generation solutions that are insight-empowered. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Big Data is not about getting more data in a bigger bucket. It's about getting insights from a wider variety of data. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
@dvellante: Quwestion for @BobPicciano How much of the analytics stack is IBM going to open source?
Bert Latamore
What about the questions that analysts don't know to ask? Watson Analytics lets them combine disparate data types & derive insights powered by machine learning. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
we have a tremendously important technology lead in cognitive. We have been working in a determined way to make cognitive valuable for different business verticals. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Digital intelligence means how do you illuminate that dark data in a way that brings business value. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
In many companies mobile strategy means delivering a unified experience over different channels. But that will be much more valuable when they can derive value from the data they can capture from those channels. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Analytics is not a small business growing fast. It's a gigantic business ($17B) that's growing fast (20%/qtr). @DVellante on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
I'm proud of the work that the team has done to create industry services to provide consumable insights. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
John Furrier
Love the Bob Picciano interview right now on #theCUBE - #1 in big data analytics
John Furrier
Partnership with Twitter is huge for IBM
Bert Latamore
Some of that journey started just a year ago here with the Twitter announcement. Allowed us to apply new analytics to extract insights from brand data. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Putting that together in inside cloud services to make them available to power new solutions our partners will develop. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
One good example is the work between IBM & Box codeveloping a platform to take collaboration to work to create new value. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Developing new analytics, new workflows around case management & new ways to extract knowledge from unstructured data. @BobPicciano on #theCUBE
John Furrier
Bob Picciano is executing #bigdata gr8 #theCUBE insight interview
John Furrier
Dark data is interesting angle does he mean data not used or bad data? @dvellante can you elaborate
Bert Latamore
Attitude Sports Professional Athlete @DaveHasse & IBM Business Analytics Product Marketing Director @bartond live on #theCUBE from #IBMInsight 2015. http://bit.ly/207lUj...
George Gilbert
weather company feed helped with race
Bert Latamore
@DaveHasse is an ultra-cyclist who last year was in a non-stop race across America. IBM monitored his performance, the weather ,etc., to coach him for the perfect race. @dvellante
George Gilbert
#daveHasse - so well instrumented in 3K mile bike race that was able to finish 1 full day faster. 1/2 racers didn't finish
Bert Latamore
It was a great race. I finished second -- 8 days, 20 hours, a day better than his best previous time. @DaveHasse on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
The Sonorian Desert took racers out. We monitored his core temperature to keep him in optimal performance. @bartond on #theCUBE
George Gilbert
@IBManalytics allowed them to change race plan - sleep vs. race, etc #theCUBE
George Gilbert
all the data helped drive consistent body temp and optimize race effort
Bert Latamore
First 100 miles is uphill from the ocean in San Diego. Then you drop into the desert. @DaveHasse on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Monument Valley in Utah was very hot in the day. @DaveHasse on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
I would pour cold water over my head, used a sports bra packed with ice to keep me cool. @DaveHasse on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
The food comes from my crew non-stop - water bottles with nutrition. @DaveHasse on #theCUBE
George Gilbert
dashboard #ibminsight prescribed best city to sleep with choice of 4 hour window where best to stop @davehasse
Bert Latamore
First sleep was at Flagstaff. Next day we went 26 hours based on weather analysis. @DaveHasse on #theCUBE
George Gilbert
#IBMInsight to know best conditions where to rest well in advance of arriving @DaveHasse
Bert Latamore
We knew the direction of the wind relative to the road & could estimate the amount of boost or hindrance he would get. @DaveHasse on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Our goal was to not be off the bike more than 2 hrs. Over 8 days I got 14 hours of sleep. @DaveHasse on #theCUBE
George Gilbert
@DaveHasse modeled "energy" for consistency put into pedaling so inserted predictive analytics to map to different conditions such as hills #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
We were spot on with weather prediction. We learned along the journey. We inserted predictive analytics to predict what Dave would do on different slopes. @bartond on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
He planned to do an even race in terms of power he would generate, but the conditions didn't allow that. he had to add power going up and could coast going down. @bartond on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Our models improved during the race. @bartond on #theCUBE
George Gilbert
#IBM got so effective at predicting performance they new where and when @DaveHasse would be long before he got there #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Several racers wanted to use this. An IBM employee was in the race. But one of the other racers was making fun of it. He didn't finish the race. @DaveHasse on #theCUBE
George Gilbert
Models got so good that they could tweak recommendations like when, how long to sleep to make sure they would beat key opponent #theCUBE @DaveHasse
Bert Latamore
At one point they asked me to pick up the pace a little to catch another rider. I felt confident in our decisions because of the data. @DaveHasse on #theCUBE
George Gilbert
Outsmarted the wind! Knew when to eat and rest! @DaveHesse
Bert Latamore
It seemed we were always on perfect weather conditions other than heat. We never had a head wind. @DaveHasse on #theCUBE
George Gilbert
attached devices for heart rate, pedaling speed via Android cell phone, bring in Weather data, predictive model to recommend rest points, sent back to Bluemix dashboards @DaveHasse
Bert Latamore
Had a bio-harness on him. The data was consolidated on his Android phone. @DaveHasse on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Delivered the analysis to a dashboard on the team's iPhones & iPad. @bartond on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
Looking forward to doing it again, better, in June 2016. @DaveHasse on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
A partner in the Watson ecosystem has created coach Watson. We will put that on @DaveHasse 's side next year. @bartond on #theCUBE
Bert Latamore
We also will use an O2 sensor to be sure he is doing arobic exercise, not anarobic. Those two things should give us 10% more next year. @bartond on #theCUBE