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IBM and Confluent partnership will leverage event streaming

IBM and Confluent have announced plans for a strategic partnership. Jay Kreps, Co-founder and CEO, Confluent says: “I’m excited to announce a new strategic partnership with IBM. As part of this partnership, IBM will be reselling Confluent Platform, enabling  IBM customers access to the Confluent Platform through a simplified procurement …

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IBM and AMD partner on confidential cloud computing and AI

IBM and AMD have announced a multi-year joint development agreement focusing on security and artificial intelligence (AI). The joint development agreement will build upon open-source software, open standards, and open system architectures to drive Confidential Computing in hybrid cloud environments and support a broad range of accelerators across high-performance computing (HPC), …

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IBM and ServiceNow help businesses use AI to automate IT and reduce costs and risk

 IBM and ServiceNow are developing a new joint solution, which will combine IBM’s AI-powered hybrid cloud software and professional services with ServiceNow’s intelligent workflow capabilities and IT service and operations management products. The solution will help to gain deeper insight into AI-driven data, create a baseline of a typical IT …

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Whitespace, Pfizer UK and IBM to launch artificial intelligence in histopathology tech innovation challenge

Whitespace is launching the Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Histopathology Tech Innovation Challenge, in partnership with IBM. The aim of this initiative is to help seek out a new generation of AI solutions from across EMEA to help Pfizer Healthcare Hub:London address the challenge of bringing histopathology innovations to healthcare services …

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The future according to the tech industry elite

As well as having brands hawk their latest wares on the show floor, CES also invites the very best of the tech industry’s executive leadership to take to the stage and talk about the future. From AI, 5G, VR and the smart home, Andrew Wooden looks closer at their various predictions for the future of tech.

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