IBM surprises shareholders with declining sales over the past quarter
IBM, to everyone's surprise, saw its sales fall over the past quarter. The company's shares depreciated by more than four percent immediately after the company announced its second fiscal quarter results. Strikingly, the company missed its expectations in just about every category.
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IBM releases Multicloud Manager to manage different clouds
IBM has released a service for companies that use multiple clouds. The IBM Multicloud Manager can integrate hybrid cloud services and on-premise systems within a simple interface. This should make it easier for system administrators to manage and integrate workloads from various public and private c... Read more
IBM protests against JEDI plans by U.S. Department of Defense
IBM protests against the idea of the U.S. Department of Defense to make one company fully responsible for its transition to the cloud. Within the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, or JEDI, one company receives a ten-year contract that is worth ten billion dollars.
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IBM Food Trust is blockchain technology to reduce food waste
IBM today rolled out new blockchain software. The technology giant is coming up with the IBM Food Trust, a software package built to map food supply routes. It is the latest addition to the blockchain ecosystem and one that should help to reduce food wastage.
The IBM Food Trust must connect the enti... Read more
Groupon must pay IBM compensation of 57 million U.S. dollars for patent infringement
Groupon must pay IBM a total of 57 million dollars to resolve the patent dispute. Originally, IBM wanted compensation of $167 million, but now the two tech giants have solved the problems between themselves. All patent cases are stopped and the companies start working together.
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Cloudflare launches Bandwidth Alliance with Microsoft and IBM to reduce bandwidth costs
Cloudflare started the Bandwidth Alliance together with Microsoft, IBM and other cloud providers. This initiative aims to reduce the cost of sending data to customers when they use network services from the connected parties.
Cloud users now often receive 'bandwidth' or 'outside bundle fees' with th... Read more
IBM wants to bring artificial intelligence to any workplace
IBM wants to bring artificial intelligence to every workplace. To achieve this, it announces today a large AI toolkit based on Watson. In this case, it is specifically aimed at companies in nine different industries.
As data flows continue to grow, people are increasingly overwhelmed by the amount ... Read more
IBM launches toolkit that can detect bias artificial intelligence
IBM has launched a number of tools that should help companies avoid the artificial intelligence they use is biased. Part of the code is made open-source, which is used by more developers. According to IBM, the technology can help promote the major rollout of AI.
IBM informs ZDNet that it is releasin... Read more
“IBM made for police New York facial recognition system that can profile ethnically.
Three months ago, the American Civil Liberties Union revealed that web giant Amazon facial recognition technology in the United States had delivered to certain police departments. Today, it appears that IBM has worked with the New York City Police Department to develop a system that allows the polic... Read more
IBM helps farmers with AI prototypes that measure soil quality
IBM AgroPad is a paper card that, in combination with an app, can measure soil quality thanks to machine vision and AI. The app shows the exact amount of chemicals in water and soil samples. Expensive lab tests with long waiting times are no longer necessary.
Farmers who want to know their soil qual... Read more