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  • Tis’ the Season for Wearable Tech

    Tis’ the Season for Wearable Tech


    Date added: 2015-11-18


    When it comes to must-have tech gifts, wearable accessories top wishlists for both gamers and movie lovers. According to Watson, while excitement around Minecraft continues to be strong, the social conversations aren’t focused on the game itself but the new Gameband, which allows people to play anywhere, on any device. (credit: IBM)

     

     



  • IBM Watson ‘Trend App’ Forecasts What’s In & What’s Not This Holiday Season

    IBM Watson ‘Trend App’ Forecasts What’s In & What’s Not This Holiday Season


    Date added: 2015-11-18


    Hannah Egan, product strategy specialist, IBM Commerce, shows the new IBM Watson Trend App, a new way for shoppers to learn the top trends of the holiday season, and also predict the hottest products before they're sold out. Using Watson’s natural language and machine learning technologies, the free iOS app understands why people are choosing certain products or brands, from Lego's multi-generational appeal to Nike's stylish running shoes that tap into the "barefoot running" craze. (Jon Simon/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     



  • IBM and Xilinx Teaming to Help Speed Up Data Center Applications

    IBM and Xilinx Teaming to Help Speed Up Data Center Applications


    Date added: 2015-11-16


    At the Accelerating Innovation event on IBM's Austin campus on November 15, IBM and Xiinx announced a strategic collaboration to help increase the performance and energy-efficiency of data center applications. Ken King, IBM's OpenPOWER General Manager, on left, and Hemant Dhulla, Vice President of Wired Communications and Data Center Business at Xilinx, will help drive the joint effort. (credit: Xilinx)

     

     



  • Boston Children’s Hospital to Tap IBM Watson to Tackle Rare Pediatric Diseases

    Boston Children’s Hospital to Tap IBM Watson to Tackle Rare Pediatric Diseases


    Date added: 2015-11-10


    Dr. Christopher Walsh, Chief of Genetics at Boston Children's Hospital explores the IBM Watson for Genomics Dashboard. IBM and Boston Children's Hospital today announced a new collaboration that aims to help clinicians identify potential diagnosis and treatment options for children with rare diseases using genomic data and cognitive technology. (Courtesy of Boston Children's Hospital)

     

     




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