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Three questions tech leaders should ask during the pandemic

We’re living through unprecedented times, dealing with a situation completely out of our control. But while tech leaders have no way of managing the pandemic itself, they do have control over how their business responds and adapts to the chaos left by COVID-19. And for many, it’s exposing cracks in …

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IBM Watson can answer all your coronavirus questions

In order to help government agencies, academic institutions and healthcare organizations handle the influx of calls and messages regarding the coronavirus, IBM has announced that it will provide a bundle of Watson services for free. The company will combine Watson Assistant, which uses IBM Research’s natural language processing technology, with …

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You can now ask Siri questions about the Covid-19 disease

Apple is doing its bit in the fight against the new coronavirus, and has updated its Siri voice assistant to answer some simple questions about Covid-19, pointing people towards some of the authoritative health resources online. As reported by CNBC this weekend, voice queries like “hey Siri, do I have …

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IBM questions Google quantum computing claims

In a draft paper which was accidentally leaked recently, Google claimed that it had reached “quantum supremacy” but now IBM has publicly questioned those claims in a blog post of its own. Quantum supremacy is a concept which was originally put forth by Caltech professor John Preskill and in order …

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Watchmen episode one: 10 key questions answered

The Watchmen TV series has finally landed on our screens – the first episode of it, at least. And if you’ve skimmed through our Watchmen beginner’s guide, you’ll have a decent understanding of how the original Watchmen comics have cast a shadow over the action. But the best TV shows …

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8K FAQ: Our top questions about 8K answered by Samsung

Recently we were invited to the Samsung QA Labs in New Jersey, to get a closer look at its new Q950R 8K QLED TV and get an in-depth explanation of how exactly how it uses an AI-based quantum processor to upscale content to 8K. The visit, while certainly educational, raised …

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The big questions that need answering about Apple Card

My TechRadar colleague Matt Swider wrote a very positive piece about why he’s excited about getting the Apple Card when it launches later this year (likely around August). It’s well-reasoned, with the thrust of his argument being that Apple is a company that’s responsible when it comes to keeping your …

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