IBM Brings Watson AI To The Private Cloud And Rival Public Cloud Platforms

Source: Forbes IBM enabled Watson AI to run across the enterprise data centers and mainstream public cloud platforms. Branded as Watson Anywhere, the flagship data and analytics platform that was initially built for the IBM Cloud can be deployed in a variety of environments including VMware, IBM Cloud Private, AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. … Read more

#IBM Clinches $700 Million #Santander #Deal

Source: Computer Business Review Latest deal in IBM’s FS sector winning streak IBM has clinched a $700 million (£545 million) deal with Spain’s Santander to support the bank’s proclaimed strategic objective of “building the most advanced IT architecture of the financial sector”, the two said this week. The agreement continues the US company’s run of … Read more

IBM Brings Watson AI To Rival Clouds

Source: Watson AI services are set to become available on almost any infrastructure, including private clouds and multiple clouds, as IBM looks to put AI wherever data is stored IBM has said it plans to make all its Watson artificial intelligence services available on rivals’ cloud infrastructure, and not just its own platform, as … Read more

IBM and McCormick developing food products with AI

Source: Credit: jakkapan Not content with securing the food supply chain with blockchain technology, IBM has turned its attentions towards food product development. The tech company has teamed up with flavour specialist McCormick & Company to pioneer the application of artificial intelligence (AI) to develop new spice blends. Using IBM Research AI for … Read more

Adobe Flash Player 23 Beta for Fedora

Linux users have access to both NPAPI and PPAPI versions of Flash Player. However, for the last four years, the NPAPI version has been held at 11.2 and regularly updated with only security fixes while the PPAPI version (used in Chrome and Chromium based browsers), is in line with the standard Windows and Mac releases.[1] … Read more

How to install Skype on Fedora 21 (when in China)

1. Install needed dependencies: $ sudo yum install alsa-lib.i686 fontconfig.i686 freetype.i686 glib2.i686 libSM.i686 libXScrnSaver.i686 libXi.i686 libXrandr.i686 libXrender.i686 libXv.i686 libstdc++.i686 pulseaudio-libs.i686 qt.i686 qt-x11.i686 zlib.i686 qtwebkit.i686 2. Download the Skype rpm via command line as follows: $ wget -c 3. Install Skype via command line: $ sudo yum localinstall skype- 4. Start using it! 🙂

Migrating from Ubuntu to Fedora (the easy way!)

I used to be a fervent user of Ubuntu ever since I tried 8.04 but back then the desktop manager was based in GNOME. Ever since the switch to Unity, my Ubuntu experience was getting less and less friendly, so since 12.04, I started looking for alternatives. The only alternative that got my attention was … Read more