In sports and business, IBM capabilities are changing the game.
For two weeks every August and September, the United States Tennis Association welcomes hundreds of thousands of spectators to New York City’s Flushing Meadows for the U.S. Open tennis tournament. And millions more around the world visit USOpen.org to follow the action, watching live-streamed tennis matches and getting scores, stats, and news thanks to IBM technologies.
Watch how IBM helps the U.S. Open run more efficiently through better data management.
- Here’s The Incredible Amount Of Data That Goes Into IBM’s Tennis Analysis (businessinsider.com)
- IBM and USTA Captivate Tennis Fans with Immersive Second Screen Experience (sacbee.com)
- How IBM Is Schooling Tomorrow’s Data Scientists (starbridgepartners.com)
IBMer, Anna Topol talks with 3rd grader Tyler about gaining knowledge from innovation that can be used across other areas of work and why that excites her.
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They’ve been called brainiac, genius, wizard. And now, IBM Fellow.
Launched in 1963, just 246 individuals have earned the title of IBM Fellow for their achievements in technology, science, engineering and research. It’s quite the elite group, with a unique role—to lead IBMers as they tackle the world’s most challenging problems and continue laying the foundation for a smarter planet.