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Rob Enderle
Could IBM's Watson Fix President Trump?
02/20/17 9:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1121 Words

Given that IBM's Watson was designed not to replace humans but to enhance them by giving them the critical information they need to make the best decisions, it could be a useful tool for training our new president. And it is...

Richard Adhikari
Salesforce Adds Health Cloud Features
02/22/17 4:09 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 499 Words

IBM "has focused a lot of efforts on Watson for healthcare," said Wettemann, but the lack of a CRM application to support management of data and workflows would translate into "additional integration and application costs and less agility."

IBM may resolve...

Denis Pombriant
Oracle's DB Dilemma
02/17/17 10:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 985 Words

NoSQL upstarts supposedly will eat the lunches of traditional vendors -- not only Oracle, but also IBM, Microsoft and SAP .

Well, maybe.

What 'No' Means
Everybody likes to use the mainframe as an example of how markets...

John P. Mello Jr.
Watson Joins Cybersecurity Warriors' Ranks
02/16/17 8:45 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 757 Words

"What Watson does is take all that information -- structured, unstructured, as well as other information from the operations center -- and put it in a cognitive system," explained Denis Kennelly, vice president of development and technology at IBM Security.

"There...

David Jones
Apple Formally Joins High-Powered AI Partnership
01/28/17 10:40 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 549 Words

The other founding members are Amazon, Facebook, Google/Deep Mind, IBM and Microsoft.

The group also announced the final composition of its inaugural board of trustees, naming six new independent members: Dario Amodel of Open AI, Subbarao Kambhampati of the Association for the...

Jack M. Germain
Munich City Government to Dump Linux Desktop
02/15/17 3:59 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 992 Words

Munich city officials turned lots of heads 10 years ago, when they voted to swap out Microsoft Windows with LiMux --...

Jack M. Germain
Lumina Adds Luster to Linux Desktop
02/14/17 1:39 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1518 Words

The Lumina Desktop Environment desktop is a standout in the crowded field of Linux graphical user interface choices.

Jack M. Germain
SalentOS Switchers Will Have No Regrets
02/06/17 2:56 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1012 Words

SalentOS is a Linux distro that easily can put a smile on your face. It is a flexible and accommodating...

Jeff Kagan
Wireless, Telecom and Pay TV: The Future Is Coming Into Focus
02/02/17 12:53 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 974 Words

Consider IBM Watson. It uses AI, the cloud and cognitive computing. It reads and absorbs unbelievable amounts of data and can do things that no human brain has the capacity to do.

Its healthcare capabilities can be life-saving. It transforms the automotive...

Jack M. Germain
LibreOffice Update Offers Fresh Experience
02/02/17 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 754 Words

The Document Foundation on Wednesday announced the general availability of LibreOffice 5.3, one of the office suite's most feature-rich upgrades...

David Jones
Silicon Valley Up in Arms Over Proposed H-1B Overhaul
01/31/17 11:06 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 740 Words

The Long View
IBM received 1,919 new H-1B visa approvals in 2015, compared with 1,058 for Amazon, 961 for Microsoft, 833 for Google , 532 for Apple and 408 for Facebook, according to a study the National Foundation for American...

Jack M. Germain
Wine 2.0's New Delights Uncorked
01/27/17 9:33 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 904 Words

Wine developers on Wednesday announced the release of stable version Wine 2.0. The release brings many fixes and some new...

Jeff Kagan
2017: AI's Coming Out Party
12/20/16 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 726 Words

Watson, Siri, Alexa and More
There are plenty of early movers that are making early headway in the AI space. IBM has Watson. Apple has Siri and Google has its Assistant. Microsoft has Cortana, and Amazon has Alexa. Samsung has...

Peter Suciu
New FCC Chair Ajit Pai Vows to Kill Net Neutrality Rules
01/24/17 12:18 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1050 Words

Other major players, however, including AT&T, Verizon and IBM, are strong opponents.

The definition of the term "Net neutrality" is a sticking point with far-flung ramifications.

"The linchpin of the FCC's current version of Net neutrality is the decision to...

Jack M. Germain
FastComputer: Fussy but Fixable
01/20/17 1:30 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1192 Words

FastComputer Linux is a disappointing experience that almost fails.

Jack M. Germain
Red Hat's OpenShift Container Platform Expands Cloud Options
01/18/17 3:15 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1133 Words

Red Hat on Wednesday announced the general availability of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.4. This latest version helps organizations...

Jack M. Germain
Min Browser Muffles the Web's Noise
01/09/17 2:31 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1174 Words

Min is a Web browser with a minimal design that provides speedy operation with simple features.

Jack M. Germain
Google, FCA Test-Drive New Open Source Infotainment System
01/05/17 2:27 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 616 Words

Google and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles this week showcased a new in-auto infotainment platform at CES in Las Vegas. The open...

David Jones
Crowd Forms on Alexa Bandwagon
01/05/17 1:07 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 751 Words

Alexa is widely successful, King said, but its capabilities are "far behind muscular, enterprise-class cognitive platforms like IBM's ...

Jack M. Germain
Absolute Linux Caters to the Slackware Crowd
01/03/17 2:52 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1029 Words

Absolute Linux is a distro that raises the question: Is it really worth the bother?

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