IBM outsources Granite code
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AI tech goodness is given to Apache 2.0

Big Blue has been a busy bee, getting its Granite code out in the open by using stuff already out there for everyone to see, like GitHub Code Clean and other public code.

IBM ask for voluntary redundancies
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While sharpening its axe

Big Blue wants to become smaller and asks workers who want to quit with a pay-off to put their hands up as it starts a new round of global sackings.

IBM remote workers told to find an office or leave
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Our managers are lonely

IBM suits has given a harsh warning to those managers still working from home: move near an office or find another job.

Cloudy with a chance of rip-off
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Ex-geek warns cloud could go the same way as mainframes

A former software engineer has warned that cloud setups could end up the same way as the old mainframes,

Boffins break logical qubit record
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More cats make fewer errors

A team of boffins has built a quantum computer with the largest number of logical qubits (quantum bits).

Musk pins hopes on SMEs
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05 December 2023

Musk pins hopes on SMEs

Please give me all your money

After losing key advertisers like Apple, IBM and Disney with his superior management skills, Elon [look at me] Musk is trying to interest small to medium-sized businesses to advertise in his social notworking business X.

Nearly half the world will need to retrain
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Thanks to AI, old trains will be redundent 

The IBM Institute for Business Value claims that 40 per cent of the world’s workers will need to be retrained within the next three years to cope with the changes of AI to their workloads.

IBM close to writing a $5 billion cheque for Apptio
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Cloud shift continues

Big Blue is about to get bigger after buying software Apptio for $5 billion from Vista Equity Partners Management.

Rapidus teams up with IBM on 2nm tech
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Turning around Japan's semiconductor industry

Japanese company Rapidus has teamed up with IBM as part of its cunning plan to turn around Japan’s semiconductor industry by developing  2nm semiconductor technology.

IBM wants to build a 100,000-qubit quantum computer in 10 years
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Call of Duty specs will be high

IBM wants to build a 100,000-qubit quantum computing machine within the next 10 years, according to MIT Technology Review.