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Open Questions with Watson Discovery is available on the US Open mobile app, shown here, and USOpen.org (courtesy: IBM)
IBM’s new POWER10 chip is built for the hybrid cloud era. It includes breakthrough new security features including, memory inception to improve cloud capacity and delivers 40% faster encryption for today’s toughest standards and future encryption standards like post-Quantum encryption, and new enhancements to container security.
A collection of IBM POWER10 7nm processors on a silicon wafer. The wafer is cut into individual chips that become the “brains” behind IBM Power Systems servers. Each IBM POWER10 chip can deliver up to 3x the capacity and energy efficiency of the previous generation and up to 20x faster AI inferencing.
Using blockchain, catchers upload information about their fish from the ocean, creating a complete record of the journey from ocean to table (credit: IBM)
The new partnership between Atea, IBM, and Sjømatbedriftene will bring several seafood producers together to begin using blockchain (credit: Sjømatbedriftene)
By tracing seafood to the source, blockchain can help make the food's origins easily available to shoppers (credit: IBM)
With Watson Assistant for Citizens, IBM is helping government agencies, healthcare organizations and academic institutions use AI to put trusted data and information into the hands of their citizens. Citizens can quickly obtain reliable information about COVID-19, including guidance from the CDC and local sources such as links to school closings, news and documents on a state website -- online or by phone. (Credit: IBM)
Watson Assistant for Citizens automates responses to frequently asked questions about COVID-19 on topics such as symptoms, testing and protective measures. (Credit: IBM)
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences deployed a virtual agent using Watson Assistant for Citizens in 9 days so citizens can get their questions answered quickly about COVID-19 testing, symptoms or resources.
(Credit: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences)