The controversial robot dog Spot will now be conducting regular autonomous inspections at National Grid sites with the help of IBM tech.
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IBM's Todd Moore said the guide grew out of discussions the company was having with developers, who were building hybrid cloud applications.
As part of the Call for Code for Racial Justice project, the Five Fifths Voter web app was built to educate and empower disenfranchised minority voters to overcome setbacks incurred by voter suppression.
The technology giant said the acquisition was part of a larger announcement about the expansion of its QRadar brand, which will now include a new suite of XDR offerings.
Saaf Water will now get $200,000, access to a slate of IBM tools to build out their platform further and help from the Linux Foundation.
IBM brought in revenue of $17.79 billion for Q3.
The Environmental Intelligence Suite was built to provide assistance to organizations dealing with flooding, wildfires and other natural disasters.
IBM will provide users with a bevy of new tools to follow along to the headlining tournament.
IBM Watson will help ESPN Fantasy Football players make better trades.
The tool is designed for those looking to integrate and run AI and ML technologies across cloud environments.