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As an early company song put it, IBM has moved "ever onward," from punch cards to mainframes to software and services. Now it's diving into AI and cloud computing.
IBM says it will no longer sell or research facial recognition software, and Amazon announced a moratorium on police use of its software.
IBM has worn many different hats since its foundation. Now it's acquired one more: Red Hat.
Companies showed Congress their gadgets, steering the conversation away from privacy concerns and regulations.
An “Artificial Intelligence for American Industry” summit is being hosted at the White House today. Executives from Amazon, Facebook, Ford and IBM will be there. One big topic on the agenda? Government regulation. Turns out the federal government hasn’t written any regulations just for artificial intelligence. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
A 4 percent revenue hike is not big news for many companies. But for century-plus firm IBM it’s the first in half a decade, and could signal that its focus on cloud computing is paying off. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
IBM has a special program to hire people without four-year degrees.
Investors in IBM will vote next week on whether to give themselves more rights to influence company decisions. Many companies have already embraced a kind of governance called “proxy access,” where shareholders can nominate company officials. But other corporations, including IBM and Charles Schwab, oppose it. Click the audio player above to hear the full […]