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09.16.15
Hewlett Packard will cut another 30,000 jobs during split
09.16.15

Hewlett Packard will cut another 30,000 jobs during split

As it continues the process of splitting itself into two distinct companies, Hewlett-Packard has a...

By D. Cooper,   09.16.15
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09.11.15
IBM names a new leader of its Watson Health unit
09.11.15

IBM names a new leader of its Watson Health unit

Deborah DiSanzo is the new GM of IBM's cognitive computer system in the health-care arena.

By J. Conditt,   09.11.15
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08.29.15
3 lessons IBM's Watson can teach us about our brains' biases
08.29.15

3 lessons IBM's Watson can teach us about our brains' biases

By Jane Porter What can artificial intelligence teach us about human intelligence? Quite a bit, i...

By Fast Company,   08.29.15
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08.17.15
IBM wires up 'neuromorphic' chips like a rodent's brain
08.17.15

IBM wires up 'neuromorphic' chips like a rodent's brain

Is your phone as smart as a rat? It will be once IBM gets through with it.

By A. Tarantola,   08.17.15
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07.27.15
IBM wants to cool data centers with their own waste heat
07.27.15

IBM wants to cool data centers with their own waste heat

You know those little "do not eat" packs that come in shoe boxes? Well, IBM wants to use those things to improve the function of its data centers' A/C.

By A. Tarantola,   07.27.15
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07.24.15
Watson will assess your personality based on your writing
07.24.15

Watson will assess your personality based on your writing

IBM's Watson can do a ton of things -- even analyze your traits from written text.

By M. Moon,   07.24.15
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07.23.15
Canadian city app has a voice assistant powered by Watson
07.23.15

Canadian city app has a voice assistant powered by Watson

Surrey, British Columbia's residents can simply ask their local government's app questions about municipal services, and it can answer back, thanks to IBM's Watson supercomputer.

By M. Moon,   07.23.15
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07.17.15
Et tu, Watson? IBM's supercomputer can critique your writing
07.17.15

Et tu, Watson? IBM's supercomputer can critique your writing

It's bad enough that robots are writing professionally (albeit badly), but now they're criticizing...

By S. Dent,   07.17.15
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07.09.15
You won't buy IBM's 7nm chip, but it's a big deal for computing
07.09.15

You won't buy IBM's 7nm chip, but it's a big deal for computing

While Intel is finally getting its 14-nanometer sized chips out to the public, IBM today announced...

By D. Hardawar,   07.09.15
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