At this week's Think conference, IBM issued a call to action to its customers that incumbents can be disrupters. It unveiled a series of offerings that simplify and make AI more accessible than before. But IBM's messaging and positioning is still making that path to disruption more complex and confusing than it needs to be.
Having the right technology and expertise in place is just the first step in profiting from AI. Ultimately, accountability and repeatability will be the acid test for organizations to master AI, and for that, it means paying attention to people and process.
Notepads, graphs, data lakes, collaboration, and data manifestos. Data.world has an interesting blend of philosophy and technology going on -- and it all converges around one thing: Facilitating data-driven analysis by making it a team sport.