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Elaw uses IBM AI to automate management of complex Brazilian labor lawsuits

Brazil has strict and complicated labor laws and according to The Brazil Business, Brazilians are prone to sue their employers. It is a cultural behavior and a way to make “easy money”. With an awareness of this tendency, many companies operate illegally and wait to see if the employee is going to sue them or […]

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Machine learning: A key weapon in the cybersecurity battle

Since the dawn of the internet, companies have been fighting to stay ahead of cybercriminals. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have made this job easier by automating complex processes for detecting attacks and reacting to breaches. However, cybercriminals are also using this technology for their own malicious purposes. More and more hackers are exploiting […]

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The Masters drives innovation with hybrid cloud and AI

The Masters golf tournament may be traditional on the course, but it’s driving innovation with its infrastructure and online fan experiences behind the scenes. “The Masters is surprisingly modern when it comes to its infrastructure in that it operates a hybrid cloud strategy,” reports Forbes. “For the vast majority of the year its technology needs […]

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Hybrid cloud scales IT while helping unlock the power of data

Who says enterprises can’t have the best of both clouds? That’s exactly what the hybrid cloud delivers: the scalability and reliability of public cloud with the security and customization of private cloud. If basic cloud computing enables businesses to develop products faster and make full use of their data, then hybrid cloud is the logical next step […]

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Bringing AI and esports together with Watson on cloud

Whether players are physically on the field or controlling virtual avatars in digital settings, IBM Watson is helping sports fans catch the most breathtaking moments. At the 2019 Game Developers Conference this week, IBM showcased how it’s using artificial intelligence (AI) on the IBM Cloud to make esports fan experiences better and improve player performance. […]

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Providing around-the-clock call center support using a cognitive virtual assistant

According to Investopedia, financial technology has grown explosively since the mobile internet and smartphone revolution. Originally referring to computer technology applied to the back office of banks or trading firms, “fintech” now describes a variety of financial activities, from depositing a check with a smartphone to managing investments, generally without the assistance of a person. […]

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For a better cloud strategy, look to data

Enterprise cloud strategy is undergoing revolutionary changes. While initial deployments focused largely on back-office support functions and migrating workloads to off-site infrastructure, the modern cloud has become a go-to solution for top-tier workloads and forward-looking initiatives, such as mobile data and the Internet of Things (IoT). While most people have traditionally viewed the cloud as […]

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How Travelport uses cloud to meet changing demand in the digital travel marketplace

The travel industry is transforming with emerging technologies, new business models and changing consumer expectations. Travelers now have a wide range of options when it comes to planning their trips. While it might have once been common to visit your local travel agent to plan a trip after seeing a neighbor’s vacation snaps, it’s now […]

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IBM and Volkswagen team for urban Mobility Advisor app

Traveling across town is getting easier. SEAT, a Spain-based member of the Volkswagen Group, and IBM are collaborating to develop Mobility Advisor, an app that uses Watson artificial intelligence (AI) to help city residents more effectively navigate city congestion and make smarter transportation decisions. “With its advanced cloud and AI technologies, IBM is helping us […]

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IBM Cloud Owners’ Declaration of Rights: Do you know yours?

Cloud computing companies including IBM are being judged not just by what we can achieve by using data, but by whether we can be trusted with your data. In 2019, the policies and protections that vendors provide for cloud and cloud-enabled technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), are such increasingly fundamental issues that it’s helpful […]

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Federal agencies are getting “cloud smart” to enhance their missions

Experience matters. It matters in sports. It matters in work. It matters when government agencies adopt cloud technology. The federal government now has almost eight years of experience since it announced its “Cloud First” policy, which used the best knowledge at the time to guide agencies in adopting cloud computing technologies. The market has matured […]

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Introducing IBM Cloud Private Experiences: Find your path to AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer the next big thing. It’s a present reality of IT, and it’s only becoming more important. In a recent study by MIT Sloan Management Review, 91 percent of business leaders said they expected AI to deliver new business growth by 2023. The study also showed that firms that had […]

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