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A Reality Check for IBM’s AI Ambitions

IBM overhyped its Watson machine-learning system, but the company still could have the best access to the kind of data needed to make medicine much smarter.

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Oxford Nanopore’s Hand-Held DNA Analyzer Has Traveled the World

A British company bets a hand-held analyzer will change how we look at DNA.

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General Electric Builds an AI Workforce

As part of its shift toward high-tech businesses, the 125-year-old company is threading artificial intelligence throughout its operations, starting with its scientists.

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A Field Guide to Digital Transformation

Hybrid IT, edge computing and other advanced technologies can help companies accelerate time to value.

View from the Marketplace

Fight Scale with Scale

Samsung has rebounded from its battery-related challenges by expanding its fault resolution capabilities and is now positioned to revolutionize the manner in which the global smartphone industry mitigates future issues. Samsung’s solution could have massive ramifications for the industry, creating a quality control platform in which the entire industry may participate.

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