IBM’s 5 Tech Predictions for the Next 5 Years



You can also read more about each of these predictions here.


Video: Create Omni-channel Content with IBM Watson Content Hub


Fellow IBMer, Dr Thomas Stober, has posted a really good video about IBM Watson Content Hub (WCH). While it is 24 minutes long, I believe it is well worth it, especially for the CTO/CIO/VP or Director of development of web sites or eCommerce sites. Thomas lays out the various ways WCH can be implemented while covering the cool cognitive features Watson brings to the software. From headless implementations to full web site creation with pages, components, and content using REACT or Angular, Thomas covers a lot in this video. So get out the popcorn and sit back and watch how cool WCH is and what it can do for your business.



Video: Enhance applications with Watson APIs


I get a lot of questions from customers for how they can enhance their applications with Watson API’s.  Well, as part of the Cloud Application Developer Certification Preparation course on IBM’s developer site, is this great video with a high level view on how you can do this:


CoreMedia nails it with Watson API integrations


In this episode of Partner Connect I show the latest enhancements CoreMedia has implemented with a few Watson API’s. I show three cool integrations in this video: Watson Conversation Services, Watson Visual Recognition Services, and Watson Translation Services.

You have heard of “chat bots”, well, think of Watson Conversation as a chatbot on steroids. CoreMedia has done some really slick dialog in their studio to help users complete various tasks within their software. They then use Watson Visual Recognition to automatically suggest tags and even recommend if products were found in the image – which you can then create image maps and link them into your commerce catalog.  Lastly, once your landing page or content is created you can then localize your content with a click of a button using Watson Translation services!

Since this video is so long I do a 3 minute overview in the beginning because the actual demonstration is about 15 minutes but well worth it!