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In the decades that came after, just about every industry became automated to a greater or lesser extent.
If you've been following IBM's moves on the cloud computing front, you may--understandably--be confused.
Mike Matthews, founder and CEO of Electro-Harmonix, has spent his life building gear for musicians.
One of the best meals I've ever eaten probably could not have been created without a computer.
The American automaker will also earmark $100 million for its research facility in Nanjing and build a new test track to aid in product development.
DigitalOcean is a strange kind of an infrastructure vendor. With the cloud space typified by massive vendors, one would have thought that after Amazon Web Services , Microsoft Azure , Rackspace and IBM had used their share of the market there would be nothing left for the small guys.
VM doesn't actually mean virtual machine, though; here it is only a nod to them.
IBM wants to see how far it can push machines to act more like humans, and it's starting by giving Watson a chef hat.
IBM's GM for business analytics, Alistair Rennie, spoke about Big Data Thursday morning at the quarterly Columbus 2020 meeting.
From its early days manufacturing punch cards, cheese slicers and grocery scales, IBM grew into a twentieth-century tech behemoth, and it continues to change shape.
Sam Palmisano, the chief executive of IBM, said in an interview with Forbes Magazine : "Back in 2002, we said the PC era was dead-it will move in the direction of RFID tags, smartphones, those sorts of things.
Worldwide Market Forecast & Analysis to 2018" report to their offering. Natural language is easier for humans to learn and exercise but difficult for computers to comprehend.
AMC announced today it will premiere its upcoming new drama series HALT AND CATCH FIRE on Sunday, June 1 at 10pm ET/PT.
It was January of 1966. I had just turned 18 and was a freshman in college, stranded in the middle of Indiana.
In Rio de Janiero's "Centro de Operacoes," officials sit in a theater-sized room behind personal computer screens, while in front of them a giant screen beams out constant information on the city.