IBM Launches New Advanced Analytics Center In New York,…

October 1, 2009
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IBM Launches New Advanced Analytics Center In New York, SmarterCities Scan social media project

…IBM is also partnering with New York-based Tumblr to launch the Smarter Cities Scan, a social media project in crowdsourced research and open knowledge exchange. The initiative is using advanced IBM analytics technology to scan participants’ input to build a public blueprint for Smarter Cities. The output will be available to cities and grass-roots groups to use as a foundation for projects to make urban centers smarter via a Smarter Cities Open Model. IBM will also leverage this open model via the IBM Business Analytics Center in New York and the other centers around the world.

The Smarter Planet tumblelog is an outgrowth of IBM’s strategic initiative to help a world of smart systems emerge.

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IBM Launches New Advanced Analytics Center In New York, SmarterCities Scan social media project

…IBM is also partnering with New York-based Tumblr to launch the Smarter Cities Scan, a social media project in crowdsourced research and open knowledge exchange. The initiative is using advanced IBM analytics technology to scan participants’ input to build a public blueprint for Smarter Cities. The output will be available to cities and grass-roots groups to use as a foundation for projects to make urban centers smarter via a Smarter Cities Open Model. IBM will also leverage this open model via the IBM Business Analytics Center in New York and the other centers around the world.

The Smarter Planet tumblelog is an outgrowth of IBM’s strategic initiative to help a world of smart systems emerge.

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To see just the posts related to the “new intelligence” — advanced business intelligence, predictive analytics, decision support and large scale data managment — try this link: