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Hit Factory 2020: Using AI and Cloud to create Emmy winners
The Emmys are over and the winners have been crowned - with streaming service Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale as the surprise winner of Best Drama. My Part 1 piece last week was right about the impact of streaming TV on the Emmys but completely wrong about the winner. Watson connected fans with the moments that matter to them as individuals and delivered them in near-real-time from the IBM Cloud.
Bill Gates: Sorry about Control-Alt-Delete
The billionaire Microsoft co-founder admitted Wednesday that the Control-Alt-Delete function used to start up Windows computers is an awkward maneuver. If I could make one small edit, I'd make that a single key, Gates said Wednesday on a panel at the Bloomberg Global Business Forum in New York City. It's a confession Gates has made before. The guy who did the IBM keyboard design didn't want to give us our single button, Gates said at a Harvard University event at the time.
Bill Gates says he doesn't regret control-alt-delete in Windows
Bill Gates, the Microsoft co-founder and the world's richest man, is not usually one to look back. It's no surprise that Gates had a philosophical answer when pressed at a Bloomberg event today on whether or not he regrets control-alt-delete, the infamous two-handed keystroke for logging in to or restarting a Windows PC. You can't go back and change the small things in your life without putting the other things at risk, Gates said, according to a report in Quartz.
IBM beats Microsoft, Accenture to become blockchain technology leader
IBM has taken the top slot beating Microsoft and Accenture, when it comes to deploying Blockchain technology across industries, a new study has said. The Blockchain Enterprise Survey by market research firm Juniper Research that included 400 company founders, executives, managers and IT leaders, ranked Microsoft and Accenture after IBM. Among enterprises either actively considering, or in the process of deploying blockchain technology, more than four in 10 ranked IBM first - more than twice the proportion selecting second-placed Microsoft.
IBM beats Microsoft and Accenture in deploying Blockchain technology across industries
IBM has taken the top slot - beating Microsoft and Accenture - when it comes to deploying Blockchain technology across industries, a new study has said. The Blockchain Enterprise Survey by market research firm Juniper Research that included 400 company founders, executives, managers and IT leaders, ranked Microsoft and Accenture after IBM. Among enterprises either actively considering, or in the process of deploying blockchain technology, more than four in 10 ranked IBM first - more than twice the proportion selecting second-placed Microsoft.
IBM outranks Microsoft as top Blockchain technology leader
IBM has taken the top slot, beating Microsoft and Accenture, when it comes to deploying Blockchain technology across industries, a new study has said. The Blockchain Enterprise Survey by market research firm Juniper Research that included 400 company founders, executives, managers and IT leaders, ranked Microsoft and Accenture after IBM. Among enterprises either actively considering, or in the process of deploying blockchain technology, more than four in 10 ranked IBM first - more than twice the proportion selecting second-placed Microsoft.
Reliance Group firm partners with IBM for IoT solutions
Reliance Group firm Unlimit and US IT firm IBM on Monday announced that they have entered into partnership to jointly develop internet-of-things solutions. IoT solutions comprise products that can be operated using internet from anywhere in the world like car, air- conditioners, surveillance, etc with internet connectivity. Unlimit and IBM are also developing IoT solutions for implementation across Reliance Group companies addressing key segments such as user based insurance, asset and vehicle Tracking, tower monitoring and transformer maintenance, the statement said.
IBM, Reliance arm, KPIT to jointly offer IoT solutions across verticals
Technology giant IBM says it has tied up with firms such as Reliance Group's UNLIMIT, Kone, KPIT and agri tech firm Avanijal Agro to jointly build internet of things (IoT) solutions for local customers in the country. IBM and UNLIMIT will co-create IoT solutions for specific industry verticals including automotive, insurance, utilities, and industrial automation.
IBM makes breakthrough in race to commercialize quantum computers
In the experiments described in the paper, IBM researchers used a quantum computer to derive the lowest energy state of a molecule of beryllium hydride. Aspuru-Guzik said that quantum computers would be of limited value until their calculation errors can be corrected. He said applying quantum computers in this way could lead to the discovery of new pharmaceuticals or organic materials.
Reliance's Unlimit, IBM collaborate to power IoT innovation in India
Reliance Group 's Unlimit - an Internet of Things (IoT) venture for enterprises - and tech giant IBM on Monday announced a collaboration to co-create IoT solutions for industry verticals, including automotive, insurance, utilities and industrial automation. Our collaboration is an example of IBM leading the global IoT movement with a growing ecosystem of clients and partners. This underscores how IBM and 'Unlimit' are taking the power of IoT to Indian enterprises and capturing the phenomenon of digital disruption for joint client innovation, she added.

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