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IBM Uses Thinking Computer to Generate Chocolate Burritos and Other Weird Food

Cognitive computers — machines capable of learning, rather that simply following programming — may one day be able to mimic human brains. But first, they're being used to invent chocolate burritos and Swiss-Thai asparagus quiche. IBM, a leader in the field of cognitive computing who has been working with DARPA since 2008...

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IBM Courts Mobile Developers for Watson Platform

The company launches a developer challenge to prime the app ecosystem pump for its Watson cognitive computing platform.

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Linux Snapshot: Pay Rates and Employers with the Most Job Ads

If paychecks are any kind of a measure, then people with Linux skills are doing better than most.

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Dell, NetSuite Partner Up as the PC Maker Spins Towards Enterprise

The two computing pioneers will see benefits from the relationship, not least NetSuite's push to give Dell a better enterprise focus now it's gone private.

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UK Government Continues Strong Focus on Open Standards

A great deal of excitement has been generated by UK Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude's forceful announcement in late January that the UK government intends to mandate the adoption of compulsory document format standards in public administrations. In the on-going struggle of policy makers seeking to break away from procurement practices...

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