An Australian software company is so confident its Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology will improve efficiency that it only charges its clients after the program has proved its worth.
IBM has announced an initiative to build commercially available universal quantum computing systems.
IBM and Bosch have announced a collaboration for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), making available Bosch IoT Suite services on open standards-based IBM Bluemix and IBM Watson IoT platforms for users to efficiently update their IoT devices.
AT&T, IBM, Nokia, Palo Alto Networks, Symantec and Trustonic have formed an alliance to address today’s biggest challenges in IoT security.
According to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, IBM will pay around $30 million in compensation for its role in this year’s online Census bungle.
A new report from Forrester has identified and compared the top 11 IoT software platform providers for this quarter.
A bunch of ‘he said, she said’ has erupted as IBM details where it all went wrong with Australia’s 2016 Census.
Schaeffler has signed a multi-year strategic partnership agreement with IBM to accelerate the digital transformation of its entire operations and customer solutions. This will be achieved with the insight of IBM Watson’s IoT platform.
Amazon, DeepMind/Google, Facebook, IBM and Microsoft have created a non-profit organisation to advance public understanding of AI technologies and establish best practices in the field.
IBM Research has established a new research centre in South Africa (its second research centre on the African continent), and has announced several new project collaborations in the area of data-driven healthcare.
Samsung has unveiled a prototype for a “digital eye”, built using IBM’s neuromorphic (brain-like) TrueNorth processors.
Engineers have disputed claims that the failure of ABS’ Census website was caused by overseas hackers.
IBM has brought artificial intelligence (AI) one step closer to reality by creating technology that imitates the brain’s neurons.
Objective Corporation today announced it has signed a $10 billion contract with IBM and Defence to deliver a key component of the Australian Department of Defence’s End User Compute (EUC) Program.