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.
AI makers ask US senate for regulation
Before it is too late
AI bigwigs have been appearing before a US Senate Judiciary subcommittee to ask for some hard and fast regulations before things get out of hand.
Open saucers have job security
No one wants to fire them
While tech companies are laying off staff claiming that they are cutting costs because of “economic headwinds” they do not seem that keen to let their open saucers go.
Watsonx could bring AI to more businesses
IBM on Tuesday launched Watsonx, a new artificial intelligence and data platform to help companies integrate AI in their business.
No promotion – especially to management
IBM CEO Arvind Krishna (pictured) said that while he is not forcing remote workers to come into the office, those who do not might find it difficult to be promoted.
IBM pauses hiring humans
AI could replace 7,800 jobs
Biggish Blue is so confident that AI can replace humans that it is pausing hiring.
Red Hat cuts hundreds jobs
Shutting the open sauce bottle
Red Hat is cutting "hundreds of jobs" and has begun telling employees if they have to clean out their desks.
GlobalFoundries sues IBM
Shared IP and trade secrets
Chip manufacturer GlobalFoundries said today it had filed a lawsuit against IBM, accusing it of unlawfully sharing confidential intellectual property and trade secrets.
Big Blue debates getting out of the weather business
Not sure whether the weather is something that should be offloaded
IBM is exploring a sale of its weather operation as a way of making some fast cash and streamlining its operations in case it has a rainy day.
So much for being green
While companies are banging on about how green and circular they are, Intel, IBM, and Nvidia have joined together with industrial materials businesses to fight US clampdowns on “forever chemicals.”