IBM, Apple, and Watson: You are about to become obsolete

I used to work for and it is always a bit of a kick when I’m at an event. was not only the greatest company I ever worked for, it was the most frustrating. It was a firm defined by obsolete processes at the time, and decisions that were based on a worldview that seemed decades out of date.

This is what makes in particular so interesting for IBM. If anything could address fixing a problem like this, it would be —and IBM is all in. One of my biggest takeaways from this event is how much the entire focus of this event has changed from last year and I think it is largely because IBM isn’t just “selling” . It is using and instead of making decision based on old—and often false—data it is increasingly making decisions on current accurate data.

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NOTE: This column was originally published in the .

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