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    1. Nvidia's Volta-based DGX-1 supercomputer puts 400 servers in a box

      Nvidia's Volta-based DGX-1 supercomputer puts 400 servers in a box

      Nvidia's Volta-based DGX-1 supercomputer puts 400 servers in a box The Nvidia supercomputer will ship for $149,000 in Q3 U.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service | May 10, 2017 12:15 PM PT Credit: Nvidia Need a data center location? Iceland wants you You won't need to buy a rack of 400 servers if you have one high-powered Nvidia DGX-1 supercomputer with a Volta GPU sitting on your desktop.

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    2. A.I. player AlphaGo to play Chinese Go champion

      A.I. player AlphaGo to play Chinese Go champion

      A.I. player AlphaGo to play Chinese Go champion AlphaGo will also compete with a five-player team in Wuzhen, China Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry Bangalore Correspondent, IDG News Service | Apr 10, 2017 4:16 AM PT Credit: Google/IDGNS Choosing technologies to drive digital transformation DeepMind’s AlphaGo program will test its artificial intelligence capabilities in May against top Go player Ke Jie.

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    3. What users could expect from Apple's homegrown GPUs for iPhones, iPads

      What users could expect from Apple's homegrown GPUs for iPhones, iPads

      What users could expect from Apple's homegrown GPUs for iPhones, iPads iPhones could get better gaming, A.I., and image recognition features U.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service | Apr 4, 2017 2:43 PM PT Credit: Apple MWC 2017: Top phones get a new lease on life Apple has one big reason to move to a homegrown GPU: It wants full control over the hardware and software in its devices.

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      Mentions: Microsoft Apple Intel
    4. 2017 Premier 100 Leaders: IT in the driver’s seat

      2017 Premier 100 Leaders: IT in the driver’s seat

      Smart Cities: New York Forget continuous improvement. Toss out conventional IT and business agendas. Tear up old marching orders. Lead the way instead. Create and deliver new business models and revenue streams. Recruit the resources required to execute these goals expertly and efficiently. And above everything else, do it all lightning fast, ahead of the competition. Welcome to the world of Computerworld's 2017 Premier 100 Technology Leaders .

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    5. H&R Block turns to A.I. to tackle your tax return

      H&R Block turns to A.I. to tackle your tax return

      H&R Block turns to A.I. to tackle your tax return Company's tax preparers team up with IBM's Watson to take on deluge of information Senior Writer, Computerworld | Feb 23, 2017 12:39 PM PT Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. Credit: H&R Block How real-time analytics helped Styrofoam maker FloraCraft How would you feel about an artificial intelligence system handling your taxes this year?

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    6. IDG Contributor Network: Will Alexa become my companion data analyst?

      IDG Contributor Network: Will Alexa become my companion data analyst?

      Will Alexa become my companion data analyst? How a smart assistant can eventually become your organization's next data rock star Computerworld | Feb 21, 2017 8:10 AM PT Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. Credit: Tableau Software How real-time analytics helped Styrofoam maker FloraCraft Alexa joined our family at Christmas.

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    7. Google crams machine learning into smartwatches in A.I. push

      Google crams machine learning into smartwatches in A.I. push

      Google crams machine learning into smartwatches in A.I. push Google researchers are lowering the bar on hardware needed to perform artificial intelligence tasks U.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service | Feb 13, 2017 12:10 PM PT Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. Credit: LG Mingis on Tech: Floating solar panels, a VR update -- and Tom Brady?

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    8. Expect more A.I. in Apple's iOS enterprise future

      Expect more A.I. in Apple's iOS enterprise future

      | Follow About | Appleholic, (noun), æp·əl-hɑl·ɪk: An imaginative person who thinks about what Apple is doing, why and where it is going. Delivering popular Apple-related news, advice and entertainment since 1999. Expect more A.I. in Apple's iOS enterprise future The IBM/Apple deal is opening new possibilities in AI Computerworld | Feb 7, 2017 5:29 AM PT Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent.

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    9. From presentation to conversation: How AI will transform enterprise apps - Computerworld

      From presentation to conversation: How AI will transform enterprise apps - Computerworld

      5 Easy Data Visualizations in R Enterprise apps, from CRM to ERP to marketing automation, have long had a common structure . Whether in the cloud or on-premise they are anchored by a database layer, responsible for storing records concerning customers, products, and other entities. At the top is a presentation layer, responsible for displaying lists or summaries of the underlying records, and facilitating the entry of new records.

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    10. Mark Zuckerberg checks in on his year building A.I. for his home

      Mark Zuckerberg checks in on his year building A.I. for his home

      Mark Zuckerberg checks in on his year building A.I. for his home Challenges and accomplishments for setting up A.I. to answer his door, entertain his daughter Sharon Gaudin (Computerworld (US)) 21 December, 2016 08:25 - Comments Mark Zuckerberg's personal 2016 challenge to build an artificial intelligence system to run his home has been a learning experience for the co-founder and CEO of Facebook.

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    11. IBM, Apple, bring Watson into the iOS enterprise

      IBM, Apple, bring Watson into the iOS enterprise

      Follow About | Appleholic, (noun), æp·əl-hɑl·ɪk: An imaginative person who thinks about what Apple is doing, why and where it is going. Delivering popular Apple-related news, advice and entertainment since 1999. IBM, Apple, bring Watson into the iOS enterprise Machine intelligence in an iPhone More like this Use Computerworld | Oct 26, 2016 5:38 AM PT RELATED TOPICS The transformative potential of the iOS enterprise took a huge step forward this week, with IBM giving iPhone users in-app access to the powerful cognitive capabilities of IBM Watson , using MobileFirst for iOS apps. Intelligence inside This is yet another dramatic ...

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    12. Watson's the name, data's the game

      Watson's the name, data's the game

      Watson's the name, data's the game For IBM's 'cognitive' AI, Jeopardy was just the beginning More like this Watson is IBM's 'cognitive' AI technology. Credit: IBM Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry IDG News Service | Oct 10, 2016 3:00 AM PT RELATED TOPICS Review: Azure Machine Learning is for pros only See More There's a data expert making a name for itself in the corporate world today, and it's attracting a lot of attention.

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    13. Adapteva's 1,024-core Epiphany V mega-chip packs serious wallop

      Adapteva's 1,024-core Epiphany V mega-chip packs serious wallop

      Adapteva's 1,024-core Epiphany V mega-chip packs serious wallop Adapteva takes core wars between chips to new heights More like this Adapteva's next Epiphany V chip will have 1,024 cores. Credit: Adapteva Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry IDG News Service | Oct 5, 2016 3:43 AM PT RELATED TOPICS Comments Back in 2010, an Intel researcher said 1,000-core processors would be feasible.

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    14. Intel moves beyond x86, puts 64-bit ARM processor in new FPGA chip

      Intel moves beyond x86, puts 64-bit ARM processor in new FPGA chip

      News Intel moves beyond x86, puts 64-bit ARM processor in new FPGA chip Intel's decision to embrace ARM chips for the FPGA may show a thawing of the chilly relationship between the two companies More like this Intel's CEO Brian Krzanich shows an FPGA at the Intel Developer Forum in August 2016. Credit: Intel Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent.

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      Mentions: Apple Intel Sofia
    15. Salesforce is betting its Einstein AI will make CRM better

      Salesforce is betting its Einstein AI will make CRM better

      Salesforce is betting its Einstein AI will make CRM better Machine learning, predictive analytics and natural language processing are coming to all Salesforce's clouds More like this A Salesforce.com logo on the front of the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Credit: Martyn Williams Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent.

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    16. A.I. and robotics could replace 6% of U.S. jobs by 2021

      A.I. and robotics could replace 6% of U.S. jobs by 2021

      A.I. and robotics could replace 6% of U.S. jobs by 2021 A.I. and robotics could replace 6% of U.S. jobs by 2021 Those same systems also could create new jobs Sharon Gaudin (Computerworld (US)) 15 September, 2016 06:04 - Comments In just five years, intelligent systems and robots may have taken up to 6% of U.S. jobs, according to Forrester Research in a report released this week. As artificial intelligence (A.I.)

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    17. Nvidia's updated Drive PX 2 computer will drive autonomous cars

      Nvidia's updated Drive PX 2 computer will drive autonomous cars

      Nvidia's updated Drive PX 2 computer will drive autonomous cars More like this Nvidia's new Drive PX 2 model has one Parker CPU and a GPU based on the Pascal architecture. Credit: Nvidia Nvidia's new Drive PX 2 is designed for automated highway and point-to-point driving by autonomous cars Email a friend IDG News Service | Sep 13, 2016 4:19 AM PT RELATED TOPICS Comments Recent accidents involving Tesla cars may have been a setback for self-driving cars, but Nvidia believes a fast computer under the hood could make autonomous cars and cabs truly viable. The company ...

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    18. Nvidia's new Pascal GPUs can give smart answers

      Nvidia's new Pascal GPUs can give smart answers

      Nvidia's new Pascal GPUs can give smart answers More like this Nvidia's Tesla P40 GPU is for deep learning. Credit: Nvidia Nvidia's new Tesla P4 and P40 GPUs are targeted at deep learning Email a friend IDG News Service | Sep 13, 2016 3:36 AM PT RELATED TOPICS Comments Autonomous cars need a new kind of horsepower to identify objects, avoid obstacles and change lanes. There's a good chance that will come from graphics processors in data centers or even the trunks of cars.

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    19. A.I. just co-wrote its first horror movie, and you can help make it real

      A.I. just co-wrote its first horror movie, and you can help make it real

      A.I. just co-wrote its first horror movie, and you can help make it real More like this Impossible Things is a horror movie that was co-written by artificial intelligence software. Credit: Greenlight Essentials Fund the project on Kickstarter and you could get full access to the artificial intelligence behind it Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent.

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    20. Facebook looks to break language barriers with new translation tool - Computerworld

      Facebook looks to break language barriers with new translation tool - Computerworld

      Facebook looks to break language barriers with new translation tool More like this Testing begins for tool that translates posts into preferred language for different users Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry Computerworld | Jul 1, 2016 9:01 AM PT RELATED TOPICS Comments Facebook is taking a major step in helping users around the world connect with more people by helping them share their posts and comments in multiple languages.

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