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Aug 02, 2019
IBM fired as many as 1,00,000 employees in recent years in an 'effort to boost its appeal to millennials', says lawsuitIBM fired employees an effort to boost its appeal to millennials and make it appear to be as “cool” and “trendy” as Amazon and Google
Jul 20, 2019
Trump urged to move forward by Congress with $10 billion Pentagon cloud contractOracle and IBM Corp are out of competition, leaving Amazon and Microsoft Corp as finalists
Jul 09, 2019
IBM has reportedly patented a smartwatch that can turn into a smartphone and tabletThe actual patent of the device has been posted online and we see that it was applied by IBM over three years back.
Jun 17, 2019
Amazon India most attractive employer brand, Microsoft India second: SurveyAmazon scored high on financial health, utilisation of latest technologies and a strong reputation.
May 19, 2019
Donald Trump's planned immigration policy focuses on retaining merit; Indians on edge as family-centric selection may drop sharplyAccording to Forbes, some 4 million family and work-related green card applicants will have to reapply, even if they have been waiting for years and Indians are among the highest number in this category.
Apr 02, 2019
Google employees demand removal of an AI council member for her trans-phobic viewsGoogle employees believe that if her views are infused into artificial intelligence, it could build discrimination into super-smart machines.
Mar 19, 2019
Intel is working with the US govt. to build the nation's fastest computer by 2021Dubbed Project Aurora, the new supercomputer will be used for nuclear weapons testing and other research.
Mar 14, 2019
IBM used 100 mn photos from Flickr to train AI algorithms without user permissionThe people photographed on Flickr didn’t consent to have their photos used to develop facial recognition systems.
Mar 13, 2019
IBM chief Ginni Rometty says skill gaps impeding Indians' prospects in tech jobs; education should be beyond getting degreesSkills are perhaps more important than a degree, said IBM chairman Rometty
Mar 12, 2019
IBM to collaborate with Central and state governments to train over 1 million female students in 3 yearsIBM CEO Ginni Rometty said the program is not about conducting technical training session, but to focus on the basics of critical thinking, life skills