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  • IBM Honors Nobel Prize Winner Dr. William E. Moerner

    IBM Honors Nobel Prize Winner Dr. William E. Moerner

    Date added: 2015-02-12

    At the IBM Research - Almaden Lab in San Jose, CA, former IBM Research scientist and 2014 Nobel Prize winner Dr. W.E.. Moerner (right) receives a plaque from IBM Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications Jon Iwata (left) and IBM Research Senior Vice President Arvind Krishna (center) commemorating his pioneering achievements in chemistry. Dr. Moerner began his career at IBM Research - Almaden in 1981 and is the sixth Nobel Laureate with ties to IBM. (Paul Sakuma/Feature Photo Service for IBM) More information: Ari Entin, 408-927-2272.]




  • IBM CEO Discusses Growing Partner Ecosystem

    IBM CEO Discusses Growing Partner Ecosystem

    Date added: 2015-02-11

    Las Vegas, NV/February, 11, 2015/FPSnewswire-- In Las Vegas, NV at the IBM PartnerWorld Leadership Conference, IBM Chairman and CEO, Ginni Rometty addresses 1,500 IBM business partners about how IBM can help them accelerate a move to strategic growth areas of cloud, analytics, mobile, social and security. In the past year, IBM recruited and developed more than 9,500 new business partners, creating a dynamic partner ecosystem designed to make it easier to build more profitable lines of business. (Feature Photo Service)




  • IBM Watson is Going to Japan

    IBM Watson is Going to Japan

    Date added: 2015-02-10

    IBM Watson is going to Japan via IBM's new alliance with Japanese telecommunication giant SoftBank, on Tuesday, February 10, 2015. As part of the alliance, IBM is teaching Watson to speak, and think, in Japanese, one of most difficult languages for a computer to navigate because of its reliance on the complex diagrammatical alphabet known as kanji. IBM and SoftBank will explore new ways to deliver Watson's cognitive and natural language capabilities, including through mobile, tablet, and robots. Pictured at IBM Research - Tokyo is IBM Researcher Risa Nishiyama with SoftBank's Pepper robot using Watson in a demonstration environment. (Credit: Feature Photo Services)



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