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AI grand slam: We go court-side with IBM as Watson wins...

Chris Middleton was court-side at this year's Wimbledon tennis championships to see how matches are as much an AI-enhanced big data battle for the...

IBM Watson AI to sense crowd emotion at Wimbledon 2018

NEWSBYTE It’s data set and match at Wimbledon 2018 for IBM’s Watson AI system. Watson has been taught to recognise players’ and fans' emotions at...

IBM partners with Box to enhance cloud storage with Watson AI

Enterprise services giant IBM and cloud collaboration and storage provider Box have announced a new partnership, in which IBM will build custom Box Skills using its...

IBM’s Project Debater AI argues with humans in real time

A new IBM artificial intelligence (AI) system, Project Debater, has taken on human beings in a live debating competition in San Francisco. First the AI...

Retail IoT: Why AI is the big opportunity | Special report

There was initial scepticism about AI in retail, but it is now generating considerable buzz, with companies realising that the technology is here to...

IBM results underline shift to cognitive services – and falling profits

IBM’s Q1 2018 results reveal that cognitive and cloud services are leading overall revenue increases at the enterprise services giant. This is Big Blue’s...

Edge computing: SWIM launches AI digital twins that can learn

AI startup SWIM aims to democratise both AI and digital twin technologies by placing them at the edge and within reach of everyone's budget...

Blue Prism integrates RPA with Google, AWS, IBM, Microsoft

NEWSBYTE: Blue Prism, the UK-founded prime mover in Robotic Process Automation (RPA), has announced new API integrations with Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google, IBM,...

IBM launches new Watson Assistant AI for connected enterprises

IBM has announced the launch of Watson Assistant, a digital assistant version of its Watson artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language conversation system. IBM said, "Watson...

Why you could soon have a neural network on your smartphone

Researchers at MIT have paved the way to low-power neural networks that can run on devices such as smartphones and household appliances. Andrew Hobbs...

IBM launches new security services for connected cars and IoT

IBM Security today announced the launch of two new security testing practice areas focused on automotive security and the IoT. In other words, these...

BMW to collaborate with IBM Watson for cognitive computing in cars

IBM Watson and BMW Group have today announced a partnership to explore the role of Watson cognitive computing in connected vehicles. The deal will see a...
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