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IBM has announced a new five-year deal with SpinTel, an independent Australian telecommunications and internet service provider. The deal will use IBM’s hybrid cloud and Watson AI to improve customer experience, including reducing waiting times.

Published in Deals

IBM has reported another quarter of falling sales and profits, with a 4.7% drop in quarterly revenue to US$19.3 billion for the second quarter of the current financial year.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 08 February 2017 11:54

Dumb machines, not AI, the problem: expert

An informatics expert says that humanity has nothing to fear from smart machines but the real threat comes from incompetent machines that can screw up things.

Published in Business Intelligence
Wednesday, 11 May 2016 12:34

Watson sleuths cybercriminals

IBM has set the famous Dr. Watson on the trail of cybercriminals. What will this legendary subordinate sleuth snoop?

Published in Security

IBM’s cognitive technology solution – Watson – is now directly available to businesses and organisations in Victoria, and others throughout Australia, with the opening in Melbourne of a new Watson Client Experience Centre, one of only six such centres in the world outside the Watson Group’s headquarters in New York.

Published in Strategy

IBM’s cognitive computing system Watson will be deployed by oil and gas company Woodside as part of the resource giant’s strategy to use predictive data science to leverage more than 30 years of collective knowledge and experience as a leading liquefied natural gas operator.

Published in Deals
Wednesday, 08 October 2014 13:38

Deakin’s 'world first' with IBM’s Watson

IBM’s Watson cognitive computing tool has come to Australia. Melbourne’s Deakin University will be the first in the world to use a system powered by Watson to develop an online student engagement advisor. ANZ Bank is also using the technology to help financial advisors.

IBM's Australian R&D efforts could bring us better medical care and improve our chances of surviving a natural disaster.

Published in Data




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