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Changing the game: 3 ways IBM Cloud is transforming the US Open

For more than 25 years, IBM has collaborated with the United States Tennis Association (USTA) to help put on one of the greatest events in sports: the US Open. As IBM has evolved and innovated, it has brought those advancements to help improve the US Open experience for fans. In 2018, that storied tradition continues […]

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FaceMe facilitates emotional connections powered by AI

Insurance claim? There’s an online form for that. Open a new account? Don’t call; fill in an application and email it back. Want a loan? Have a conversation with a chatbot. By going digital, businesses have increased efficiency and driven down costs, but people are wired for connection. For many businesses, emotional connection has been […]

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4 exciting things about the future of automating work

The future of artificial intelligence cannot be successful without the development of automation. These two processes work together, promising to increase productivity and efficiency in the workplace. At the same time, many worry about the loss of jobs — and potential economic downfall — if robots and other automated technologies take over the digital marketplace. […]

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Soul Machines gives AI a human face with the help of Watson

From talking watches to AI-powered financial advisors, a world where people routinely speak to machines is shifting from science fiction to everyday reality. Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer in the realm of academic research. It is becoming extremely useful for enterprises, especially in business functions such as customer service. Chatbots are the obvious example. […]

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Precision agriculture technology detects late blight with help from Watson

You may have heard of the Irish potato famine in the 1800s, but do you know what caused it? Late blight, which can affect both potatoes and tomatoes, is one of the most common and devastating diseases in agriculture. It was the reason for the famine that caused the death or emigration of more than […]

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Vitruvian and IBM combine to kick off soccer careers in the cloud

Soccer is one of the fastest-growing sports in Canada, and the soon-to-be-implemented You are Canada Soccer campaign aims to help turn today’s young players into the stars of tomorrow. However, to drive the growth of the sport and help players improve, there’s a desperate need to develop Canada’s soccer infrastructure. Most Canadian clubs only employ […]

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Arthritis Research UK delivers reliable virtual assistant on IBM Cloud

Around 10 million people in the United Kingdom suffer from arthritis, a painful condition that causes joint inflammation. People living with arthritis often have questions about their condition and how to manage it. Common questions include things like: Will exercise soothe the affected joints? What are the best ways to relieve pain? What can I […]

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IBM serves up 3 IT lessons from Wimbledon

Wimbledon is not resting easy on its history of success. The organization behind The Championships, Wimbledon embraces new technology and best practices in pursuit of its goal of continuing to produce one of the greatest competitions in sports. For decades, IBM has been the proud technology collaborator. Many of the same IT principles and tools […]

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With Watson, Guardio helps parents protect kids from cyberbullying

Cyberbullying presents a huge challenge for parents and children. Online harassment affects more than half of adolescents, but most cases are not reported. Cyberbullying is more invasive than traditional bullying. Victims can no longer leave their bullies at the school gates. Instead, the threats and insults follow them everywhere, day and night. Most perpetrators are […]

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IDF Europe performs diabetes research with IBM data scientists

Diabetes is a chronic disease that, if not managed correctly, causes those living with it to become progressively ill and debilitated. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) Europe, the prevalence of diabetes is increasing among all ages in Europe. WHO projects diabetes deaths will double between 2005 and 2030. Diabetes is usually incurable, but […]

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Building a cloud for AI with Kubernetes, DevOps and scale

Since the launch of the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service, our goal has been to provide developers with the broadest and easiest range of ways to scale, run and build with containers. Containers are natural building blocks for the next era of cloud workloads, such as AI and machine learning. We know the benefits of fueling […]

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Cloud-based data analysis helps media planning company make smarter decisions

There’s a lot more to running effective ads than “lights, camera, action.” In addition to creative content and messaging, advertisers must purchase media inventory to get their commercials aired by broadcasters. They also need to track their campaigns to make sure that broadcasters air each ad at the right time, and on the right channel. […]

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