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Inside The Weird, Wild, And Wondrous World Of Quantum Video Games

Scientists have long dreamed about using quantum computers to solve some of the biggest problems known to humankind. IBM researcher James Wootton wants to use them to create computer games.
Related topics: Quantum, Tech Videos

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Bye Ibm, Microsoft And Hp? Chinese Gov't Reportedly To Ditch All Us-made Hard And Software By 2023

The move is likely a response to the crackdown campaign the US initiated against Chinese tech companies this year, specifically against Huawei. Washington justified the significant move amid the ongoing trade war between the countries, by calling...
Related topics: Microsoft, Huawei

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Atlassian Scrambles To Fix Zero-day Security Hole Accidentally Disclosed On Twitter

Exposed private cert key may also be an issue for IBM Aspera Twitter security celeb SwiftOnSecurity on Tuesday inadvertently disclosed a zero-day vulnerability affecting enterprise software biz Atlassian, a flaw that may be echoed in IBM's Aspera...
Related topics: Computer Security, Twitter, Social Media

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The University Of Miami Just Invested $3.7 Million In A New Campus-wide Supercomputer, And It's A...

Supercomputing involves connecting smaller computers to a larger processing network for more computing options and capabilities. The University of Miami partnered with IBM this year for a $3.7 million update to the supercomputer it's had in place...

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It Woz The Reg Wot Won It! Big Blue Iron Relics Make It Back To Blighty

Ancient IBM gear in new home thanks to power of the internet The team behind the mission to rescue a pair of aged IBM mainframes are celebrating after finally getting the hardware back to Blighty.…

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In A First, Ibm’s Computer Debater Faces Off Against Itself

CAMBRIDGE, England — The chamber hushed as the debate got underway at the Cambridge Union and the teams launched into their carefully crafted opening statements. The topic – whether artificial intelligence would do more harm than good...
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Ibm’s ‘code And Response’ Documentary Proves Developers Can Be Superheroes Too

IBM‘s upcoming “Code and Response” documentary is an hour-long tour-de-force showcasing several developer–activists using technology to mitigate the harm caused by natural disasters. I recently had the opportunity to watch an advanced...
Related topics: Documentaries, Activism

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Four Go Wild For Wasm: Corporate Quartet Come Together To Build Safe Webassembly Sandbox

Chipzilla, Mozilla, Fastly, and IBM's red-hatted stepchild plot browser-breakout On Tuesday Fastly, Intel, Mozilla, and Red Hat teamed up to form the Bytecode Alliance, an industry group intent on making WebAssembly work more consistently and...
Related topics: Linux, Red Hat, Intel

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Ibm: Mac Users Perform Better At Work And Close Larger High-value Sales Compared To Pc Users

Over the years, IBM has been a big believer in letting its employees have a choice when it comes to technology. If you want to talk your supervisor into letting you use a Mac at work, you’ll want to see what they announced at the Jamf Nation User...

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise Explains Why It Gave Up On Quantum Computing Right As It Was Splitting...

HP, before it split into Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Inc., conducted research in quantum computing for about seven years. Companies like IBM, Microsoft, Google, and Intel also have their own quantum computing efforts. However, about five years...
Related topics: Hewlett-Packard, Quantum, Microsoft, Google, Intel

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Facial Recognition Tech Should Be Regulated Not Banned, Argues Ibm - Cnet

A handful of cities have already banned police from using such technology.
Related topics: Police

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The Power Of Moore’s Law: Predicting The Future

In 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore observed that the number of transistors placed in an integrated circuit doubles approximately every two years, meaning computing power doubles while the size of devices shrink. This is known as Moore's law.IBM...
Related topics: Intel

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Adobe Teams With Ibm Ix On Design System As A Service Offering

The DSaaS platform aims to help enterprises implement and manage a design system.
Related topics: Adobe

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Ai May Not Kill Your Job—just Change It

Don't fear the robots, according to a report from MIT and IBM. Worry about algorithms replacing any task that can be automated. 
Related topics: Robots, Algorithms

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Fedora 31 Released (linux Distros)

Fedora 31 is here, and it brings a number of improvements, new features, and other software updates. Fedora is a free and open source GNU/Linux-based operating system backed by the folks at Red Hat… a company which was acquired by IBM earlier...
Related topics: Linux, Open Source Software, Red Hat

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Ibm Watson Media Launches A Live-streaming App For The Enterprise

While there are a number of live-streaming apps for consumers, the new IBM Video Streaming mobile application offers more secure, higher-quality video with administrative tools, IBM says.
Related topics: Tech Videos

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Remember The Big Ibm 360 Mainframe Rescue Job? For Now, Brexit Has Ballsed It Up – Big Iron...

Hauliers thin on the ground, apparently Plans to restore an aged IBM mainframe found in a disused building in Germany are on hold because of struggles to find a way to haul the hardware to the UK.…

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Microsoft Just Scored A Huge Upset Over Amazon By Winning The Fierce Battle Over The $10 Billion...

The battle was long and fierce, but Microsoft scored the upset. It won Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract over Amazon, Oracle, and IBM
Related topics: Microsoft, Amazon, Oracle

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New Encryption System Protects Data From Quantum Computers

As quantum computing creeps closer, IBM successfully demonstrates a way to secure sensitive information -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Related topics: Computer Security, Quantum

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Google Says It’s Achieved ‘quantum Supremacy,’ But Ibm Says Nope

Quantum computers will be able to perform calculations in seconds that would take a normal classical computer tens of thousands of years to perform. Quantum computing is the next frontier of computing that promises to upend what we think a computer...
Related topics: Google, Quantum

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