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IBM’s Watson and The Weather Channel’s new county-by-county interactive map of COVID-19 cases is one of the first of its kind
Use this map to follow real-time updates on the number of coronavirus cases in your county and the surrounding area.
Amazon, Apple, Google, IBM, and Microsoft worse at transcribing black people’s voices than white people’s with AI voice recognition, study...
Previous studies have shown that AI systems like facial recognition can become engrained with racial bias.
Tech companies have canceled 12 high-profile conferences so far, causing an estimated economic loss of $1 billion amid coronavirus concerns. Here̵...
Facebook's F8, Google I/O, and IBM Think are just some of the events that have been pulled amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
IBM cancels its biggest event of the year over coronavirus fears, as it makes a new rule that employees can’t go to a conference with over 1,000...
IBM canceled its annual developer conference Think over coronavirus concerns. It follows Google Cloud, Facebook, and other tech companies in doing so.
The pope has joined forces with Microsoft and IBM to create a doctrine for ethical AI and facial recognition. Here’s how the Vatican wants to sh...
The Vatican announced its plan for an ethical approach to AI development, arguing for things like transparency, inclusion, impartiality, and privacy.
IBM plans to roll out Slack's wildly popular instant-messaging platform to 350,000 employees worldwide.
Ginni Rometty is out after a troubled eight-year run as the leader of IBM.
Samsung applied for more US utility patents, was granted more US utility patents, and received more US design patents than any other company in 2019.
A look at the most valuable tech companies from 10 years ago shows how much has changed — and that Microsoft and Apple still dominate
Things sure have changed since the dawn of the decade — players like Cisco, Intel, and IBM all hit roadblocks, but Apple and Microsoft only thrived.
Amazon’s cloud boss mocked IBM and Oracle at its big conference with a clever picture showing Amazon Prime shipping boxes
At AWS re:Invent, CEO Andy Jassy showed a slide featuring Amazon Prime boxes and an IBM mainframe as he spoke about moving applications to the cloud.