Opinion: More risk doesn’t always mean greater reward. Just look at these imploded tech stocks.

Academic critics have long argued that US companies need to make more “creative-destruction” investments that boost productivity by replacing existing processes with very different and more efficient ones. Instead, US companies too often think small, looking for ways to cut costs and settling for safe investments that increase productivity modestly. A 2020 Harvard Business Review … Read more

Cloud software is suffering a cold November rain. Can Snowflake and Salesforce turn it around?

The week after Thanksgiving could determine if cloud software is still too fat or if there are some tasty leftovers for Wall Street. It has been a rough month for cloud software stocks, which experienced their worst week on record to kick off November and have seen cold rain continue to fall amid a perceived … Read more

‘IBM India targeting a diverse hiring growth plan,’ MD Sandip Patel says

Edited excerpts What’s your outlook for the global IT sector for the coming year? As most businesses are dealing with everything from inflation to demographic shifts, from supply chain bottlenecks to sustainability efforts, many are taking a strategic approach to IT adoption and prioritizing solutions and approaches that drive innovation, productivity, resilience, and scale. Business … Read more

How AI is reshaping the edge computing landscape

How much computing power is needed at the edge? How much memory and storage are enough for AI at the edge? Minimum requirements are growing as AI opens the door to innovative applications that need more and faster processing, storage, and memory. How can today’s memory and storage technologies meet the stringent requirements of these … Read more

University Of Maryland’s New Institute For Health Computing Promises Big Advances

The Institute for Health Computing, an initiative by the University of Maryland, will become the … [+] newest academic center dedicated to advancing the field of precision medicine. getty The University of Maryland Strategic Partnership: MPowering the State (MPower) has announced that it is establishing an Institute for Health Computing that will focus on artificial … Read more

Deepa Param Singhal, VP, Oracle Applications, Health News, ET HealthWorld

Shahid Akhter, editor, ETHealthworld, spoke to Deepa Param Singhal, Vice President, Oracle Applications to figure out the impact and growth of adoption and integration of technology within the healthcare ecosystem. As we enter the post-pandemic era, what are some of the healthcare-specific trends that may have an impact on the industry in the coming years?In … Read more

Alibaba Cloud launches open source Model-as-a-Service platform

Alibaba Cloud, the digital technology and intelligence backbone of Alibaba Group, has launched ModelScope, an open source Model-as-a-Service (MaaS) platform that comes with hundreds of AI models, including large pre-trained models for global developers and researchers . During its flagship conference, the global cloud provider also introduced a range of serverless database products and upgraded … Read more

Argonne Lays the Groundwork for Its Next-Generation Supercomputers

Newswise — Paving the way to a brand-new class of computers that will drive unprecedented innovation and scientific breakthroughs. Occupying the space of two professional basketball courts and weighing 600 tons, the massive Aurora exascale supercomputer is taking shape at the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory. Long rows of 8-foot-tall black cabinets … Read more

Tuxera to Showcase Fusion File Share SMB Server at SC22

Leader in enterprise storage and networking technologies joins supercomputing innovators at national conference HELSINKI, October 20, 2022 (Newswire.com) – Tuxera will attend SC22, the international conference for supercomputing, in Dallas, Texas, from Nov. 13-18, to showcase Fusion File Share by Tuxera™, the company’s high-performance, scalable SMB server. The annual non-profit SC conference, formerly known as … Read more

Cleveland Clinic Selected as Founding Partner in Greater Washington, DC Quantum Computing Hub

Newswise — September 30, 2022, CLEVELAND: Cleveland Clinic has been selected as a founding partner and the leading healthcare system in a new initiative meant to track collaboration and innovation in the quantum computing industry. Based in Greater Washington, DC, Connected DMV and a cross-sector coalition of partners are developing the new Life Sciences and … Read more