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  • IBM Showcases Watson and Cognitive Business in India

    IBM Showcases Watson and Cognitive Business in India


    Date added: 2016-02-03


    On Tuesday, February 2, 2016, IBM's Chairman and CEO Ginni Rometty spoke to more than 250 startups, enterprise clients and academics in Bangalore, India, about how Watson and cognitive computing are driving growth in the new era of "cognitive business." (Graham Carlow/Feature Photo Service for IBM) More info: Steve Tomasco, IBM, (917) 687-4588 stomasc@us.ibm.com

     

     

     





  • American Heart Association, IBM and Welltok Team Up to Tackle Heart Health

    American Heart Association, IBM and Welltok Team Up to Tackle Heart Health


    Date added: 2016-02-01


    Dallas, TX -- American Heart Association Chief Medical Officer for Prevention Eduardo Sanchez, MD, MPH, checks out Welltok's health optimization app, which will serve as the platform for a new workplace health program in a new collaboration between AHA, IBM Watson Health and Welltok. On the first day of American Heart Month, the three organizations announced plans to develop and introduce the first workplace health program infused with AHA's science-based metrics and the cognitive computing power of Watson. The offering will be designed to build a culture of health and encourage individuals to make heart healthy choices. Cardiovascular disease is one of the most prevalent and costly chronic conditions, accounting for 1 in 3 deaths in the U.S. and more than $312.6 billion in annual health spending and lost productivity. Contact: Christine Douglass, IBM, cgdouglass@us.ibm.com, 415-535-4479 (PHOTO CREDIT: Kevin G. Gist, Samuel L. McQueen for AHA)

     

     



  • IBM Closes Deal to Acquire The Weather Company’s Product and Technology Businesses

    IBM Closes Deal to Acquire The Weather Company’s Product and Technology Businesses


    Date added: 2016-01-29


    The Weather Company Meteorologist, Jess Parker (left) works with IBM Watson Developer Chris Ackerson (right) to install a personal weather station on the roof of IBM Watson Headquarters at Astor Place in New York City. More than 180,000 people around the world connect personal weather stations, like the one pictured, to Weather Underground's worldwide personal weather station network to share live, localized weather data to people around the globe. IBM today announced that it has closed the acquisition of The Weather Company’s B2B, mobile and cloud-based web-properties, weather.com, Weather Underground, The Weather Company brand and WSI, its global business-to-business brand. (Jon Simon/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     




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