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Cyrus Mistry Takes his Words Back on Selling TCS to IBM

Cyrus Mistry Takes his Words Back on Selling TCS to IBM

Cyrus Mistry gave the explanation to his words. On Tuesday he stated Ratan Tata Ego puts the company in the risk, Tata wants to sell the company to the IBM, due to his egoistic mind he purchased Corus Company for highest rate. He also said due to his nature many employees are suffering.

Now Mistry takes his words back and giving the explanation that “I didn’t say about selling TCS to IBM, I said about Ratan Tata nominations, at that time some disturbances have arisen about nominations but I didn’t say anything rather than that.

These words became the sensation and finally reached to Tata. TCS first chief executive F.C. Kohli and former Tata Steel chairman Muthuraman has strongly responded on this issue.

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Father of IT industry Kohli stated, “It is entirely fake news about selling TCS to IBM, Up to now we never thought about giving TCS”.  He also said there is no truth is words on Mistri. They established Tata IBM in 1991-92, its main aim is to encourage hardware in India but we never thought about

Muthuraman said “These are foolish statements reported by Mistry, we bought Corus Company after thinking about all issues, and I am really shocked about words of Cyrus Mistry.” He said he is really sad about statement of Mistri.

Facebook, Amazon, Google, IBM and Microsoft Partnership on AI

Facebook, Amazon, Google, IBM and Microsoft Partnership on AI

Artificial Intelligence (AI), is a word that is being heard very frequently now a days. Many major tech companies are in race of this technology implementation to expand their business along with growth.

Amongst the giant tech companies, Facebook, Amazon, Google, IBM and Microsoft have joined hands to agree for a partnership related to AI. This is happening for the first time in the history of technology.

The partnership will enable to form a group and make the data usage more affective. Data has become so important these days for the business promotion, growth. It would not be enthusiastic if we equate data and currency.

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For acquiring data, serious exercises are being done by all the companies around the world. AI has a key role to play in providing them in an effective manner.

Firstly, the partnered companies will be in consultation with each other on daily basis. The main aim of newly formed group of companies will be promoting best practices and conducting researches in AI. Financial aid will also be taken care among these companies internally. Later on there is a chance of going for stake holders and other financial pool up activities.

Missing companies like Apple, Twitter, Intel and Baidu have also expressed their interest in the project but due to lack of implementation of AI or adopting AI has made their inclusion pending.

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To enhance smooth functionality of the partnered group of companies, an ethical committee has been formed. This will enable to provide a forum for the companies to share their views and valuable advices with each other.

This type of combination has opened the gates for the tech companies to challenge the negative practices of AI.

IBM’s Watson AI finds a rare form of Leukemia in the Japanese patient

IBM’s Watson AI finds a rare form of Leukemia

IBM’s Watson showed its face in everything winning at Jeopardy to cooking exotic meals, but it hasn’t accomplished their greatest feat yet, saving a life. The doctors from the University of Tokyo reported that, the artificial intelligence diagnosed the woman’s rare form of Leukemia which had been incorrectly identified months earlier.

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According to the sources, this woman’s age is 60 years. This analytical machine took just 10 minutes for comparing the patient’s genetic changes from the database of 20 million cancer research papers and delivering the accurate diagnosis. This helps in providing the proper treatment which had proven vague. The university also said that Watson has also identified another rarest form of Leukemia in other patients.

When compared with the Watson and other AI systems which are regularly providing the advice at the hospitals are likely to take the long for a while, but this won’t be all the useful in the situations without readily comparable data. On enquiring with the school for more information regarding the incident, this diagnosis shows just how the technology could be useful in the medical world.

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The doctors don’t need to spend the more time on the research for identifying the certain disease or hoping that another hospital can offer the insights. With the simple plugging in the right data and initiates the healing process. Watson proves that how beneficial technologies are in our medical sciences. Nowadays AI is everywhere and the days aren’t too far for curing the major diseases using the artificial intelligence.

IBM collaborated with Apple to launch ‘Development Hub’ in India

IBM, Apple opened first development hub in Bengaluru

IBM launches a new global development hub on Thursday at Manyata Tech Park, Bengaluru. It is one among centres of the network in Cupertino, Atlanta, Toronto and Chicago. The hub mainly aims to help the clients in India complete digital mobility process much sooner on Apple’s iOS platform. IBM is also planning to launch satellite centres in many other countries including China, Romania and Brazil.

Working with the present design locations in Cupertino, Atlanta, Toronto and Chicago, this new hub will perform duty as a global development hub for iOS.  Earlier in 2014, IBM has collaborated with Apple bringing IBM’s big data and analytics to Apple devices, and to transform enterprise mobility through a new class of made for business apps. IBM announced a new offering for the clients who are looking to invest in digital transformation projects which include more than three iOS apps over a multi-year period.

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“With each IBM MobileFirst for iOS client’s success, we see the conversation shifting from wanting a single app to cultivating a broader business transformation led by mobile,” said Mahmoud Naghshineh, General Manager, Apple partnership, IBM. “We already have started in China. For sure, we want to be close to our clients in Latin America. In Europe, we already have many clients and want to build garage capability there. You definitely want to see us covering the world map,” he added.

Till now, IBM developed more than 100 apps across 15 industries and processed nearly 2000 client engagements. The hub will expand the development, design and delivery skills improved from IBM’s partnership.

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IBM’s New Lab-On-A-Chip Device Can Filter Blood For Signs Of Cancer

IBM Virus

The American Multinational Technology Corporation, IBM has put its efforts into the field of medicine and developed a new disease diagnostic device. According to a cross-disciplinary research explained in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, a team led by the scientist Joshua Smith and Gustavo Stolovitzky, program director of IBM Translational Systems Biology and Nanobiotechnology at IBM Research has developed a lab-on-a-chip device technology that can separate nanosize biological particles, viruses and DNA from saliva and urine.

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The handy tool helps physicians and ordinary people to detect the presence of diseases in the human body such as cancer in the initial stage before physical symptoms are observed. According to Gustavo Stolovitzky, the company was able to sort particles below 20 nanometers.

The International Business Machines Corporation’s Research team approach is based on the Deterministic Lateral Displacement (DLD) separation technology, developed in the year 2004. This technique involves a microfluidic process that laminar flow of fluids through a field of little posts to detach particles based on size. This technology makes it easy to isolate and examine the smaller particles that move downstream with the fluids.

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The lead Researcher Smith in an email interview with IEEE Spectrum, explained, “What we have done is to use IBM’s vast knowledge and capabilities in silicon nanotechnology, applying it to healthcare, dramatically to scale deterministic lateral displacement (DLD) separation technology beyond what others have been able to achieve.”

“Piggy-backing on silicon technology lends itself to high-volume manufacturing, which lowers costs and allows the most ubiquitous use of medicine and diagnostic techniques.  In addition, nanoscale DLD provides high-fidelity separation of nano-colloids and requires minimal training to operate.  This lowers the barrier to entry for researchers wanting high-precision separation technology,” he added.

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In this DLD pillar structure technology by IBM researchers is significant as it separates exosomes, which are tiny packetes 30 to 100-nanometer structures consisting of protein and genetic material that are present in almost all the biological fluids. Exosomes play a role of biomarkers for detecting diseases.

IBM team claims that the team need more time to figure out whether this device can analyse biological fluids to detect the presence of viruses and if they would develop an affordable, handy, mobile, and rapid diagnostic tool.