IBM Research @ Insight 2015 - overview

Those who Lead in the Insight Economy are applying insights to uncover trends, discover patterns, recognize opportunities, create markets and change their industry.  At Insight 2015 explore the newest innovations, industry breakthroughs and hottest trends in analytics, cloud, mobile, the Internet of Things and Watson that you won't find anywhere else.

IBM Research will have a prominent role at the Insight conference with a full-day workshop, painting the future of the Insight Economy with presentations that range from our vision of the future of technology to core technologies on which the future will be built to projects that are building the future today with leading edge customers.  Meet our researchers from around the world.

We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas on 25 October 2015 at the Mandalay Bay South Convention Center (Lagoon D meeting room)!


Start Time   Topic   Speakers
09:00   IBM Research's Global Technology Outlook   Brent Hailpern, Aya Sofer
09:45   Content Services: Enabling Collaboration, Discovery, Democratized Access, and Content-driven Applications   Rajasekar Krishnamurthy,  Sriram Raghavan, Mary Roth
10:40   Spark    
    Enabling OpenStack Swift with Spark and its Open Source Ecosystem for the Internet of Things   Dalit Naor
    Accelerating Machine Learning applications on Spark using GPUs   Wei Tan
11:35   Data Centric Security and Privacy   Sima Nadler, Suresh Chari
12:45   Knowledge Graphs: What, Why, How?   Lisa Amini
13:15   Multimedia Analytics    
    Cognitive Vision and Interaction with Augmented Reality   Tal Drory
    Visual Recognition Services for IBM Watson Developer Cloud   John R. Smith
14:15   Analytics Solutions    
    Personalized Learning on Cloud   Satya Nitta, Lin Zhou
    Customer Behavior Insights at Scale   Markus Ettl, Rakesh Mohan
    Cognitive Solutions for IT and Technical Support   Nanda Kambhatla
    Internet of Things Cloud and Analytics Enabled Business Optimization and Innovations   Wei Sun
    Cognitive Automation of Data Science (CADS)   Horst Samulowitz