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    1. M-Files Adding AI Capabilities To Its Content Management System With Acquisition

      M-Files Adding AI Capabilities To Its Content Management System With Acquisition

      Printer-friendly version Email this CRN article Enterprise content management software company M-Files has acquired Apprento, a Canadian developer of artificial intelligence and natural language technology that M-Files plans to add to its core platform to simplify information management and related processes. The acquisition follows a recently announced OEM partnership with ABBYY, another provider of language-based and artificial intelligence technologies.

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    2. Xerox Sells European Research Center Specializing In Artificial Intelligence Work

      Xerox Sells European Research Center Specializing In Artificial Intelligence Work

      last » Xerox has sold a French research facility focused on AI, machine learning, computer vision, natural language processing and ethnography to an Internet company in Korea. The Norwalk, Conn.-based Xerox said its 80 researchers and administrative staff in Grenoble, France, will become part of Naver, which operates a Korean search portal, mobile messenger, video messenger and community line. Terms of the deal, which is expected to close in the third quarter, were not disclosed.

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    3. Cisco To Acquire AI Startup MindMeld For $125 Million To Boost Spark UC Products

      Cisco To Acquire AI Startup MindMeld For $125 Million To Boost Spark UC Products

      Cisco plans to acquire AI startup MindMeld for US$125 million By Mark Haranas on May 12, 2017 10:24AM Cisco has revealed plans to acquire advanced artificial intelligence startup MindMeld for US$125 million, making it the networking giant's second acquisition this month. "The workplace of the future is one powered by AI," said Rowan Trollope, senior vice president of Cisco's IoT and applications group, in a statement. "This is a significant step toward making that workplace a reality.

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    4. Ibm Ceo Urges Partners To Choose Their Cloud Architecture Wisely,...

      Ibm Ceo Urges Partners To Choose Their Cloud Architecture Wisely,...

      last » IBM CEO Ginni Rometty told IBM partners Tuesday that the cloud architectures they implement for customers at this "interesting moment in time right now" will likely impact their respective businesses for decades to come. "Architecture decisions determine an awful lot of things," Rometty told attendees of the IBM PartnerWorld conference. "They have a big influence on everything downstream."

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    5. Q&A: Ibm's Watson Leader On 'Dark Data' And The Age Of Reason

      Q&A: Ibm's Watson Leader On 'Dark Data' And The Age Of Reason

      last » IBM Exec: The Age Of Cognitive 'Is Here' As vice president for implementations in IBM's Watson group, Ed Harbour leads Big Blue's efforts to bring cognitive computing to the masses. IBM is betting big that the technology that delivers predictive analytics and insight by mimicking human thought processes will revolutionize software development and establish the century-old company as a leader in a new era characterized by computing systems that can learn, understand, and even reason.

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