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IBM brings Watson to any cloud

IBM brings Watson to any cloud IBM today announced that it is freeing its Watson-branded AI services like the Watson Assistant for building conversational interfaces and Watson OpenScale for managing the AI lifecycle from its own cloud and allowing enterprises to take its platform and running it their own data centers. In a way, […]

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Forget Watson, the Red Hat acquisition may be the thing that saves IBM

Forget Watson, the Red Hat acquisition may be the thing that saves IBM With its latest $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat, IBM may have found something more elementary than “Watson” to save its flagging business. Though the acquisition of Red Hat  is by no means a guaranteed victory for the Armonk, […]

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IBM launches cloud tool to detect AI bias and explain automated decisions

IBM launches cloud tool to detect AI bias and explain automated decisions IBM has launched a software service that scans AI systems as they work in order to detect bias and provide explanations for the automated decisions being made — a degree of transparency that may be necessary for compliance purposes not […]

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IBM Watson Health and the VA extends partnership in cancer research

IBM Watson Health and the VA extends partnership in cancer research IBM Watson Health and the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) announced today their continued partnership to use Watson’s artificial intelligence to support Veterans suffering from late stage cancer. While perhaps better known as a Jeopardy! winner than an oncologist, Watson joined the […]

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Sesame Workshop and IBM team up to test a new A.I.-powered teaching method

Sesame Workshop and IBM team up to test a new A.I.-powered teaching method  Can A.I. help build better educational apps for kids? That’s a question Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit organization behind the popular children’s TV program “Sesame Street” and others, aims to answer. The company has teamed up with IBM to create […]

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