IBM said these new technologies represent the first commercialization of key NLP capabilities to come from IBM Research’s Project Debater.
With an increased demand for advanced artificial intelligence (AI) across businesses, IBM has rolled out advanced AI based solutions under Watson that can read and analyse complex English language including meaning of idioms.
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AI-based recognition systems, and smart security video networks have led to a paradigm shift in the architecture of security video systems.
Video security is not what it used to be. The data-driven tech revolution that has swept across the industrial landscape has also transformed the video security sector, leaving both visible and invisible changes. One of the clearly visible changes has been the rapid evolution of camera devices.
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Nexus Lifecycle now allows users to scan applications for open source software vulnerabilities, automatically enforce open source governance policies, and easily remediate open source risk for 27 different languages and package formats.
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Joy Stein, Space Development Agency tracking layer lead, and Chris Badgett, Kratos Federal Space ground strategy director, speaking at the Satellite 2020 conference about cloud computing. Credit: SpaceNews/Debra Werner
WASHINGTON – The Space Development Agency (SDA) is evaluating how cloud computing could bolster its campaign to quickly identify and track missiles.
“We believe in proliferation for sensing and communications,” Joy Stein, SDA tracking layer lead, said at the Satellite 2020 conference here. “That is one of the reasons that I believe we’ll head toward cloud computing capabilities.”
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The organisers of the largest meeting of the German Linux community are cancelling the event in Chemnitz planned on 14 and 15 March for the time being on the recommendation of the health authorities.
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Secure Cloud-Managed Network Services company Infoblox announced new updates to its Network Identity Operating System (NIOS) platform, adding the ability to monitor NIOS via the cloud-based BloxOne platform, as well as improving performance and simplifying network monitoring for NIOS users.
This latest update enables organizations to deploy robust, manageable and cost-effective DNS, DHCP and IP address management (DDI) services to networks of any size, while providing a bridge to innovative, cloud-based networking services and IT management solutions.
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Oracle recently made available its Cloud Data Science Platform. At the core is Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Data Science, helping enterprises to collaboratively build, train, manage and deploy machine learning models to increase the success of data science projects.
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Red Hat has enhanced its partner offerings centered around open hybrid cloud innovation and in support of the growing demand for cloud-native solutions within the Red Hat ecosystem.
Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and Red Hat OpenShift 4 as the foundation, Red Hat Partner Connect is expanding its certification programs and support services to better equip partners for an IT world built on hybrid and multicloud deployments.
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Hyperscale cloud providers are experiencing some market saturation. Vendor revenue from IT infrastructure products (server, enterprise storage, and Ethernet switch) for cloud environments, including public and private cloud, declined in the third quarter of 2019 (3Q19) as the overall IT infrastructure market continues to experience weakening sales following strong growth in 2018.
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DevOps technology company JFrog has announced its new hybrid, multi-cloud, universal DevOps platform called the JFrog Platform that drives continuous software releases from any source to any destination. By delivering tools in an all-in-one solution, the JFrog Platform aims to empower organizations, developers and DevOps engineers to meet increased delivery requirements.
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