It seems like IBM's supercomputer, which uses artificial intelligence and analytical software to interpret all your data and serve up insights, is tackling everything -- from your taxes to diabetic eye diseases.
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Institute will research into causes, detection, and prevention of identity fraud, including threats from cyber criminals, insiders, and organized crime groups.
Students are deterred from going into computer science because they hear about "jobs going to India." A new program strives to make a difference.
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Free modules include object-oriented programming, web design and a module on project-based teaching.
Optus has extended its application management contract with IBM in the hopes that it will help the telecommunications company reduce costs by 40 percent over the next three years.IBM, which has been working closely with Optus for around 12 years, will continue to manage many of the telco's critical applications such as customer care, enterprise resource planning (ERP) and billing from its Regional Software Solutions Centre in Ballarat.