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STHENOS: an online educational repository for affective computing, Dimitris Spachos, CAMEI 2015
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STHENOS: an online educational repository for affective computing, Dimitris Spachos, Ilias Maglogiannis, Kostas Karpouzis, Panagiotis Bamidis, MEI2015 International Conference, Thessaloniki, 2015

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2-Rosalind Picard: New Tools in Affective Computing
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MIT Affective Computing Group Director Rosalind Picard RELATED NEWS: http://ilp.mit.edu/newsstory.jsp?id=19542

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Scott Amyx Speaking at Wearables TechCon: Affective Computing
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Scott Amyx Speaking at Wearables TechCon Conference: Affective Computing

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Affective Computing Lecture
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Lecture on "Affective Computing" presented by Hugo Silva (IT's researcher) at the Xinhua Net Future Media Convergence Institute (FMCI).

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Affective Computing: Opportunities and risks of emotional AI | CogX 2019
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Join the CogX Global Leadership Summit and Festival of AI and Breakthroughs Technology - June 8th to 10th 2020 - https://cogx.co/ Subscribe to our epic newsletters for free https://cognitionx.com/newsletter-subscribe/ Affective Computing: Opportunities and risks of emotional AI. Presentation given at CogX 2019, on the Ethics Stage Lucia Komljen; Head of insight & Strategy for Product Innovation, Telefonica Noel Sharkey; Co-Director, Professor, Chairman, The University of Sheffield Ross Harper; CEO & Founder, Limbic Minter Dial; Author, Various Maja Pantic; Professor of Affective and Behavioural Computing, Imperial College London 04_10_ETHICS: 04_10_ETHICS_day2 CogX is hosted by Charlie Muirhead Co-Founder and CEO, and Co-Founder Tabitha Goldstaub. Find out more at: https://cogx.co/ CogX is an award-winning Festival with its roots in artificial intelligence. The fourth edition, June 8th to 10th 2020, adds a Virtual first experience and Global Leadership Summit, and builds on the huge success of the 2019 event, which brought together over 20,000 visitors. 2020 saw over 30,000 participants including 600+ speakers across 18 topic stages and 100+ side events. Our theme this year, “How do we get the next 10 years right?” with aims to: Move the conversation forward with concrete actions Inspire current and future generations of leaders Help reframe the climate emergency as the biggest economic opportunity in the last 200 years Help increase understanding of the current Covid-19 pandemic and champion innovative solutions CogX – Global Leadership Summit and Festival of AI & Breakthrough Technology

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Affective Computing - what is it and why should I care? - Håkan Silfvernagel
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Research have shown that emotions play an integral role in decision making, cognition, perception, learning and more. If we want our computers to be intelligent and be able to interact with us we need to ensure that they are able to recognize, understand and express emotions. This is the basic assumption of the field of Affective Computing. In this talk I will give an overview of Affective computing and how it can be applied. First I will give an introduction to the field starting with established findings from the field of psychology on how we best can measure emotions. Then I will describe how the field of Affective Computing has transformed from its origin in the 90’s until now when it is an established research field. I will highlight some of the technology enablers that has made Affective Computing a hot topic nowadays and give some examples of API and services that we as developers can use as of today. In the second part of my talk I will give some examples on application scenarios across various fields (retail, medical, education and social). After that I will be show casing what is in the front line now. I will conclude my presentation with some recommendations on how this affects us as developers going forward.

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Affective Computing
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Speaker: Håkan Silfvernagel Research have shown that emotions play an integral role in decision making, cognition, perception, learning and more. If we want our computers to be intelligent and be able to interact with us we need to ensure that they are able to recognize, understand and express emotions. This is the basic assumption of the field of Affective Computing. In this talk I will give an overview of Affective computing and how it can be applied in order to make our interaction with machines more suitable to us as humans. First I will give an introduction to the field starting with established findings from the field of psychology on how we best can measure emotions. Then I will describe how the field of Affective Computing has transformed from its origin in the 90’s until now when it is an established research field. I will highlight some of the technology enablers that has made Affective Computing a hot topic nowadays and give some examples of API and services that we as developers can use as of today. In the second part of my talk I will give some examples on application scenarios across various fields (retail, medical, education and social). After that I will be show casing what is in the front line now. I will conclude my presentation with some recommendations on how this affects us as developers going forward.

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Håkan Silfvernagel - Affective Computing – bringing humans and machines closer through emotions
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"Research has shown that emotions play an integral role in decision making, cognition, perception, learning, and more. If we want our computers to be intelligent and be able to interact with us we need to ensure that they are able to recognize, understand and express emotions. This is the basic assumption of the field of Affective Computing. In this talk, I will give an overview of Affective computing and how it can be applied in order to make our interaction with machines more suitable to us as humans. First I will give an introduction to the field starting with established findings from the field of psychology on how we best can measure emotions. Then I will describe how the field of Affective Computing has transformed from its origin in the ’90s until now when it is an established research field. I will highlight some of the technology enablers that have made Affective Computing a hot topic nowadays and give some examples of API and services that we as developers can use as of today. In the second part of my talk, I will give some examples of application scenarios across various fields (retail, medical, education, and social). After that, I will be showcasing what is on the front line now. I will conclude my presentation with some recommendations on how this affects us as developers going forward."

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Surprising Discoveries from Affective Computing
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Emotion is vital to physical and mental health - influencing the functioning of almost every organ in our body, including our brain and "how we feel." I have been leading in creating new technologies to help people measure and communicate emotion, getting objective data that helps provide deeper understanding of how emotion works in day to day life. This talk will highlight several examples of emotion technologies and findings that have come out of the Media Lab at MIT. Examples range from a coach to help people better modulate their vocal and facial affect in interviews, to a camera that reads heart rate and respiration, to a wrist-worn sensor that uses emotional disruption to better detect seizures and their severity. Affective wearable technology has also been revealing how brain patterns map to different locations on the skin and how emotional arousal changes activated during sleep affect memory and learning. This talk will highlight several surprises that we never expected to find when we worked on emotion.

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Applications of Affective Computing in UX Research
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How AI Emotion Recognition can be used to drive better usability testing? How to merge emotion detection tools with UXR processes? During the presentation, our co-founder & CEO, Grzegorz Meller, shows how UX Mining can be used to make the most from emotion-focused, data-driven usability testing.

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Affective Computing: The Power of Emotion Analytics
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May 21, 2015 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Stanford GSB: Cemex Auditorium at the Knight Management Center ----------------- Moderator: Zavain Dar, Senior Associate, Lux Capital Panelists: Yuval Mor, Co-founder and CEO, Beyond Verbal Rana el Kaliouby, Co-founder and Chief Strategy & Science Officer, Affectiva Ken Denman, President and CEO, Emotient Mary Czerwinski, Research Manager, Microsoft Research Demo Companies: Beyond Verbal, Affectiva, Emotient, Gestigon, Eyeris, SAILORS-Stanford AI Lab ------------------------- Affective Computing — technology that knows how you feel, can now read human emotion in real time. By combining sensor technology, big data and machine intelligence, Emotion Analytics engines will engage consumers more effectively, propelling a new Emotion Economy. This controversial development will affect all areas of industry from advertising and market research to consumer products. Facial expressions and even the spoken word can be observed and analyzed in real time to detect physical response to stimuli, identify emotion and transform measurable results into actionable insights. Companies using Affective Computing will create a whole new level of brand and product experiences for users, disrupting the $32B Consumer Market Research industry. How will Affective Computing allow companies to influence your day-to-day behavior? Will people sacrifice emotional privacy for affective computing enabled enriched experiences? Can built-in affective computing agents be used to upsell consumers?

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Week 11-Lecture 61 : Affective Computing -2
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Week 11-Lecture 61 : Affective Computing -2

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Future Tech 2019: Håkan Silfvernagel - Affective Computing - What is it and why should I care?
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Research have shown that emotions play an integral role in decision making, cognition, perception, learning and more. If we want our computers to be intelligent and be able to interact with us we need to ensure that they are able to recognize, understand and express emotions. This is the basic assumption of the field of Affective Computing. In this talk I will give an overview of Affective computing and how it can be applied. First I will give an introduction to the field starting with established findings from the field of psychology on how we best can measure emotions. Then I will describe how the field of Affective Computing has transformed from its origin in the 90’s until now when it is an established research field. I will highlight some of the technology enablers that has made Affective Computing a hot topic nowadays and give some examples of API and services that we as developers can use as of today. In the second part of my talk I will give some examples on application scenarios across various fields (retail, medical, education and social). After that I will be show casing what is in the front line now. I will conclude my presentation with some recommendations on how this affects us as developers going forward. Bio Håkan Silfvernagel Håkan has 20 years’ experience of software development in various positions such as developer, tester, architect, project manager, scrum master, practice manager and team lead. Håkan is currently working as Manager AI and Big Data at Miles, a Norwegian consultancy company.

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Masterclass Affective Computing
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Durant l’última dècada hem observat un interès creixent en el desenvolupament de tecnologies per a la percepció automàtica d’emocions. La capacitat de percebre automàticament les emocions té moltes aplicacions en entorns on les màquines necessiten interactuar i col·laborar amb humans. Tanmateix, com poden les màquines reconèixer les emocions? En aquesta masterclass oferiré una introducció a la Computació Afectiva, la disciplina que estudia i desenvolupa sistemes i dispositius que poden reconèixer, interpretar, processar o simular emocions o sentiments. Després d’una introducció general a la Computació Afectiva, faré una revisió de les tècniques per a la percepció automàtica d’emocions i també parlaré de les limitacions d’aquestes tecnologies existents. Finalment, explicaré exemples de projectes de recerca que utilitzen la percepció automàtica de les emocions per millorar el benestar de les persones. Ponent: Àgata Lapedriza. Professora de la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). Directora del grup de recerca “Artificial Intelligence for Human Well-being” a l’eHealth Research Center de la UOC. Investigadora Afiliada al Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Medialab, al grup de recerca d’Affective Computing. #AI #bigdata #affectivecomputing #computing

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Affective Computing: Computer lernen Emotionen und Menschen kennen
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In diesem Video: 0:00 Begrüßung und Vorstellung VKSI 6:03 Affective Computing: Emotions, AI & the human touch, Andreas P. Schmidt, Hochschule Karlsruhe 52:29 FZI Vitalcam: Die Kamera sieht mehr als mit dem bloßen Auge erkennbar ist, Simon Krause, FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik Dieses Video entstammt der Veranstaltungsreihe VKSI Sneak Preview meets Cyberforum IT RoundTable vom 28. April 2020 Details: Vortrag 1: Affective Computing - Emotionen, KI und der menschliche Faktor (Prof. Dr. Andreas P. Schmidt, Hochschule Karlsruhe) Abstrakt: Emotionen spielen eine bedeutende Rolle in unserer menschlichen Erfahrungswelt, wenn auch oft eine zwiespältige. Nachdem sie gerade in der Unternehmenswelt lange Zeit ausgeblendet wurden und der Mensch auf nüchtern-sachliche Aufgaben, Performance etc. reduziert wurde, hat sich das in den letzten Jahren verändert, so z.B. in der Betonung emotionaler Intelligenz, in der Arbeitsmotivation und Stressbewältigung oder auch in der Betonung von Empathie in UX-getriebenen Requirements-Engineering-Prozessen. Dass auch Computer mit Emotionen umgehen können, versucht das Feld des sog. Affective Computing schon seit Jahrzehnten zu zeigen, doch erst die Verfügbarkeit von Sensorik und insbesondere die Fortschritte im Bereich der Künstlichen Intelligenz haben zu zahlreichen Anwendungen geführt. Vortrag 2: Vitalcam – Die Kamera sieht mehr als mit dem bloßen Auge erkennbar ist (M. Sc. Simon Krause, FZI) Abstrakt: In den vergangenen Jahren wurden Methoden zur Extraktion von Vitalparametern aus Videobildern immer populärer. So lässt sich mit Hilfe von Remote Plethysmographie (rPPG) die Pulsrate, sowie die Atemrate einer Person anhand eines kurzen Videos bestimmen. Zusammen mit weiteren Parametern, wie zum Beispiel der Emotion der Person lassen sich Aussagen über deren Zustand treffen. Welche Herausforderungen hierbei entstehen, wie das System verwendet werden kann und wieso das ganze überhaupt funktioniert wird in diesem Vortrag beleuchtet.

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Что такое Affective Computing: взгляд психолога (Д.В. Люсин)
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Лекция "Что такое Affective Computing: взгляд психолога", прочитанная Д.В. Люсиным для участников молодежной конференции "Психология - наука будущего" 19 ноября 2019 года в Институте психологии Российской академии наук. Москва, Институт психологии РАН, 19 ноября 2019 г. Ссылки по теме: Эмоции: понять, чтобы распознать https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7hUt-TaDqI

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Software Listens In: Emotional Intelligence Through Affective Computing and Mobile Sensing
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As an essential approach to understanding human interactions, emotion classification is a vital component in behavioral studies and health care, as well as in the design of context-aware systems. Speech contains rich information about emotion, but the classification performance is still short of what is desired for the algorithms to be used in real systems. Also, the impact of noise is not well studied, especially for emotion sensing in noisy mobile environments. In this talk, I will present an emotion classification system using support vector machines with a threshold-based fusion mechanism, which provides the functionality to effectively increase the accuracy of the emotion classification at the expense of rejecting some samples as unclassified. A novel noise-resilient pitch detection algorithm called BaNa is adopted in the system, and will be briefly introduced. The emotion classification system is evaluated on 1) a standard emotional speech database, 2) noisy speech data, and 3) data from real users. This talk will also envision the broad applications that can be enabled by emotional intelligence. The challenges for mobile emotion sensing design will also be discussed.

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IGF 2022 - DAY 1 - CR5 - [WS #354] Affective Computing: The Governance challenges
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NYT columnist interviews MIT professor about her research on affective computing and autism
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NYT columnist, Ross Douthat, interviews MIT professor, and founder of the Affective Computing Research Group, Rosalind Picard, on her research and its application to autism and epilepsy. Find this and many other talks at http://www.veritas.org/talks. SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=VeritasForum FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/veritasforum?fref=ts Over the past two decades, The Veritas Forum has been hosting vibrant discussions on life's hardest questions and engaging the world's leading colleges and universities with Christian perspectives and the relevance of Jesus. Learn more at http://www.veritas.org, with upcoming events and over 600 pieces of media on topics including science, philosophy, music, business, medicine, and more!

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Multimodal Behaviour Modelling in Affective Computing Applications
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GIST Seminar 30 June 2022. Speaker: Dr Marwa Mahmoud (https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/computing/staff/marwamahmoud/)

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Dr. Luke Stark on Ordering Emotion: Scenes from the History of Affective Computing
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This is the recording of our event from Jan 18, 2023 with Dr. Luke Stark. This event is part of the 5th Season of the Feminist and Accessible Publishing and Communications Technologies Speaker and Workshop Series (https://www.feministandaccessiblepublishingandtechnology.com), organized by Dr. Alex Ketchum. Here is the link to the transcript: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CCcu3i1Ez6lgvyhfbToMzDVVFAeutPK7/view?usp=sharing “Ordering Emotion: Scenes from the History of Affective Computing” Abstract: In fields ranging from health and wellness and advertising and marketing to public safety and security, and political campaigning, data analytics tools united with techniques from the psychological and behavioral sciences are being deployed in real-world application defining, tracking, measuring, and modulating our moods, feelings, and physical affective responses. Scandals like the 2014 Facebook “emotional contagion” study and the “psychographic profiling” of Trump campaign contractor Cambridge Analytica have brought these technologies into public consciousness. Yet despite their increasing centrality to digitally-mediated life, the historical genealogy of these technologies, and the broader role of psychological models of emotion and personality in computing, remains largely unexplored in the history of computing. In this talk, I connect the historical treatment of human emotion by computer science to parallel wider debates within psychology, psychology, and cognitive science from late 1940s up to the present, examining how the genealogy of cybernetic technologies for emotion measurement and tracking shaped the slow growth of affective computing as an organized field in the 2000s and its speedy growth today. About the speaker: Dr. Luke Stark is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Information & Media Studies (FIMS) at Western University in London, Ontario. He researches the ethical, historical, and social impacts of computational technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). Stark is particularly animated by how these technologies mediate social and emotional expression, and are reshaping, for better and worse, our relationships to labor, collective action, and each other. Stark's current book project, Ordering Emotion: Histories of Computing and Human Feelings from Cybernetics to AI, is a history of affective computing and the digital quantification of human emotion, from 1950s cybernetics to today’s social media platforms. Our series was made possible thanks to our sponsors: SSHRC, the Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies (IGSF), the DIGS Lab, Milieux, Initiative for Indigenous Futures, MILA, Dean of Arts Grant, ReQEF, and more (see our website!)

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AI Talks with Håkan Silfvernagel - Affective Computing
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Affective Computing – bringing humans and machines closer through emotions About the talk Research have shown that emotions play an integral role in decision making, cognition, perception, learning and more. If we want our computers to be intelligent and be able to interact with us we need to ensure that they are able to recognize, understand and express emotions. This is the basic assumption of the field of Affective Computing. In this talk I will give an overview of Affective computing and how it can be applied in order to make our interaction with machines more suitable to us as humans. First I will give an introduction to the field starting with established findings from the field of psychology on how we best can measure emotions. Then I will describe how the field of Affective Computing has transformed from its origin in the 90’s until now when it is an established research field. I will highlight some of the technology enablers that has made Affective Computing a hot topic nowadays and give some examples of API and services that we as developers can use as of today. In the second part of my talk I will give some examples on application scenarios across various fields (retail, medical, education and social). After that I will be show casing what is in the front line now. I will conclude my presentation with some recommendations on how this affects us as developers going forward. About Hakan Research have shown that emotions play an integral role in decision making, cognition, perception, learning and more. If we want our computers to be intelligent and be able to interact with us we need to ensure that they are able to recognize, understand and express emotions. This is the basic assumption of the field of Affective Computing. In this talk I will give an overview of Affective computing and how it can be applied in order to make our interaction with machines more suitable to us as humans. First I will give an introduction to the field starting with established findings from the field of psychology on how we best can measure emotions. Then I will describe how the field of Affective Computing has transformed from its origin in the 90’s until now when it is an established research field. I will highlight some of the technology enablers that has made Affective Computing a hot topic nowadays and give some examples of API and services that we as developers can use as of today. In the second part of my talk I will give some examples on application scenarios across various fields (retail, medical, education and social). After that I will be show casing what is in the front line now. I will conclude my presentation with some recommendations on how this affects us as developers going forward.

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Recent Developments in 5G & Edge Computing Market, Research from IBM, and Key MWC 2021 Announcements
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In this episode of the Futurum Tech Webcast, analysts Shelly Kramer and Ron Westfall discuss recent developments in the 5G and edge computing market, some recent research from IBM’s Institute for Business Value on how 5G and edge will help redefine the coming years, and key announcements out of MWC 2021 including Ericsson’s Google Cloud alliance, Qualcomm and Capgemini’s partnership, and how Netcracker, NEC, and AWS are demonstrating why the 5G Core (5GC) is ready for a larger role in supporting and scaling monetized 5G services. #ChadAndrews, #IBM, #IBMInstituteforBusinessValue, #Ericsson, #GoogleCloud, #EricssonandGoogleCloud, #QualcommandCapgemini, #Qualcomm, #Capgemini, #Netracker, #NECandAWSand5Gcore, #5Gcore, #5G, #MWC2021, #MWC, #MobileWorldCongress2021, #edgecomputing, #developmentsin5G, #IBMresearchon5Gandedge Futurum is an independent research, analysis, and advisory firm focused on digital innovation, market-disrupting technologies, and industry trends. Every day our analysts, researchers, and advisors help business leaders from around the world anticipate tectonic shifts in their industries and leverage disruptive innovation to either gain or maintain a competitive advantage in their markets. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7-rtz96bYgd2m4AhKtZFQw Get the latest tech news and opinions on: http://www.futurumresearch.com/ Follow Futurum Research on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/futurumxyz Follow Futurum Research on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FuturumResearch Follow Futurum Research on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/futurumresearch

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NOT an IBM Model M - Key Tronic E03601 Ergo Force keyboard
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One of the better rubber dome keyboards, with "Ergo Force Technology" variable weighting, but not an IBM Model M even though it looks similar at first glance. Fun Fact: The first Das Keyboard was identical to this except with a black paint job: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYUW6eWES8s

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This 1:10 Scale IBM PC 5150 Miniature is SUPERB
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Checking out the handcrafted IBM PC 40th Anniversary Limited Edition from Miniatua! It's a highly detailed 𝟙:𝟙𝟘 scale model replica of the 1981 5150 computer system with 5151 MDA monitor and dual floppy drives. And it even has a working TFT screen showing videos of software! Absolutely lovely. I purchased it here: https://www.miniatua.com/work/ibm5150anniversary/ 00:00 Introduction/Overview of the Model 06:26 Unboxing It! 12:21 Awestruck Admiration 16:28 Testing the Display 27:22 Musical Compilation/Collage Video Music at the end is 'Rising Sun' by DivKid

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IBM Cognitive Test
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IBM Cognitive Test This video have been created to help you prepare for IBM Specific Gaming Aptitude test ,Also called Cognitive ability test. In IBM Gaming aptitude test ,they will be checking Sustained Attention, Accuracy, Response Inhibition, Speed, Cognitive Flexibility and Control, Multi-Tasking Ability and Memory. Types of games asked will be Shortcuts, Gridlock, Resemble, Numbubbles, Tally Up. Enjoy the learning with top Campus Recruitment Trainer Mr. Yanamala Suresh.

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The Future of Blockchain and Mobility with IBM, IOTA, Accenture, and CPChain (MoCo Los Angeles)
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Richard Meszaros, Managing Director at Accenture, Anne Smith, Head of Automotive at IOTA, Divyesh Jadev, Manager of Applied Intelligence Research at IBM, and Dr. Bin Zhao, Co-founder of CPChain weigh in on the future of blockchain and mobility, relevant use cases, killer dApps, and the importance of cross-industry collaboration in blockchain research and standards development. This panel took place at MoCo Los Angeles on November 12, 2019.

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Caroline Taylor VP Marketing & Communications, IBM UK & Ireland at AOP B2B Conference 2012
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For more videos and info visit: http://www.netcommunities.com/blog The new art & science of marketing This conference was the AOP's first event dedicated to business media. The speaker's are world class and there are workshops discussing profit improvement. If you want to stay at the forefront of all things B2B, Net Communities has selected the most beneficial lectures.

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I Tried to Break a Million Dollar Computer - IBM Z16 Facility Tour!
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Try FreshBooks free, for 30 days, no credit card required at https://www.freshbooks.com/linus Save 10% and Free Worldwide Shipping at Ridge Wallet by using offer code LINUS at https://www.ridge.com/LINUS IBM invited us to do a facility tour showing off the mainframes they sell to high frequency trading customers and the like. You want to see wacky, custom hardware? This is it! Discuss on the forum: https://linustechtips.com/topic/1422880-i-tried-to-break-a-million-dollar-computer-ibm-tour/ ► GET MERCH: https://lttstore.com ► AFFILIATES, SPONSORS & REFERRALS: https://lmg.gg/sponsors ► PODCAST GEAR: https://lmg.gg/podcastgear ► SUPPORT US ON FLOATPLANE: https://www.floatplane.com/ FOLLOW US ELSEWHERE --------------------------------------------------- Twitter: https://twitter.com/linustech Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/LinusTech Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/linustech TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@linustech Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/linustech MUSIC CREDIT --------------------------------------------------- Intro: Laszlo - Supernova Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKfxmFU3lWY iTunes Download Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/supernova/id936805712 Artist Link: https://soundcloud.com/laszlomusic Outro: Approaching Nirvana - Sugar High Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngsGBSCDwcI Listen on Spotify: http://spoti.fi/UxWkUw Artist Link: http://www.youtube.com/approachingnirvana Intro animation by MBarek Abdelwassaa https://www.instagram.com/mbarek_abdel/ Monitor And Keyboard by vadimmihalkevich / CC BY 4.0 https://geni.us/PgGWp Mechanical RGB Keyboard by BigBrotherECE / CC BY 4.0 https://geni.us/mj6pHk4 Mouse Gamer free Model By Oscar Creativo / CC BY 4.0 https://geni.us/Ps3XfE CHAPTERS --------------------------------------------------- 0:00 Intro 1:16 What's a Z16? 1:55 Cooling 3:00 Power 3:40 Compute 6:00 Nutty Socket 9:18 Crazy VRMs 11:24 RAM like you've never seen it before 12:50 Cache work weird 15:00 now THIS is networking! 19:30 Welcome to the Patch Room 21:15 "my wife unit" 21:42 What's this for? 22:15 Price $$ 23:45 Outro

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Unwrapped #21: IBM PC Voice Communications Adapter
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A pre-requisite for some of the software we want to unwrap and test out from Computer Reset. Check out installing and running advanced diagnostics to check out the cards readiness. And to our surprise, we discover it does detect in an expansion unit.

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Mainframe operating system IBM MVS 3 8 on Windows for beginners M44
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Donation: http://bit.ly/2FXei0Q Microsoft Windows Microsoft Windows is a group of several graphical operating system families, all of which are developed, marketed, and sold by Microsoft. Each family caters to a certain sector of the computing industry. Active Windows families include Windows NT and Windows Embedded; these may encompass subfamilies, e.g. Windows Embedded Compact (Windows CE) or Windows Server. Defunct Windows families include Windows 9x, Windows Mobile and Windows Phone. Microsoft introduced an operating environment named Windows on November 20, 1985, as a graphical operating system shell for MS-DOS in response to the growing interest in graphical user interfaces (GUIs).[3] Microsoft Windows came to dominate the world's personal computer (PC) market with over 90% market share, overtaking Mac OS, which had been introduced in 1984. Apple came to see Windows as an unfair encroachment on their innovation in GUI development as implemented on products such as the Lisa and Macintosh (eventually settled in court in Microsoft's favor in 1993). On PCs, Windows is still the most popular operating system. However, in 2014, Microsoft admitted losing the majority of the overall operating system market to Android,[4] because of the massive growth in sales of Android smartphones. In 2014, the number of Windows devices sold was less than 25% that of Android devices sold. This comparison however may not be fully relevant, as the two operating systems traditionally target different platforms. Still, numbers for server use of Windows (that are comparable to competitors) show one third market share, similar to that for end user use. As of October 2018, the most recent version of Windows for PCs, tablets, smartphones and embedded devices is Windows 10. The most recent versions for server computers is Windows Server 2019. A specialized version of Windows runs on the Xbox One video game console. Linux Tux the penguin Tux the penguin, mascot of Linux[1] Developer Community Linus Torvalds Written in C and others OS family Unix-like Working state Current Source model Open-source Initial release September 17, 1991; 27 years ago Marketing target Cloud computing, embedded devices, mainframe computers, mobile devices, personal computers, servers, supercomputers Available in Multilingual Platforms Alpha, ARC, ARM, C6x, H8/300, Hexagon, Itanium, m68k, Microblaze, MIPS, NDS32, Nios II, OpenRISC, PA-RISC, PowerPC, RISC-V, s390, SuperH, SPARC, Unicore32, x86, Xtensa Kernel type Monolithic Userland GNU[a] Default user interface Unix shell License GPLv2[7] and others (the name "Linux" is a trademark[b]) Official website www.kernel.org Linux (/ˈlɪnəks/ (About this soundlisten) LIN-əks)[9][10] is a family of free and open-source software operating systems based on the Linux kernel,[11] an operating system kernel first released on September 17, 1991 by Linus Torvalds.[12][13][14] Linux is typically packaged in a Linux distribution (or distro for short). Distributions include the Linux kernel and supporting system software and libraries, many of which are provided by the GNU Project. Many Linux distributions use the word "Linux" in their name, but the Free Software Foundation uses the name GNU/Linux to emphasize the importance of GNU software, causing some controversy Industrial engineering is an inter-disciplinary profession that is concerned with the optimization of complex processes, systems, or organizations by developing, improving and implementing integrated systems of people, money, knowledge, information, equipment, energy and materials[1]. Industrial engineers use specialized knowledge and skills in business administration, management, mathematics, physical sciences, social sciences and methods of engineering analysis and design to specify, predict, and evaluate the results obtained from systems or processes[1]. From these results, they are able to create new systems, processes or situations for the useful coordination of man, materials and machines and improve the quality and productivity of systems, physical or social[2][3]. Depending on the sub-specialties involved, industrial engineering may also overlap with, operations research, systems engineering, manufacturing engineering, production engineering, management science, management engineering, financial engineering, ergonomics or human factors engineering, safety engineering, or others, depending on the viewpoint or motives of the user. Even though its underlying concepts overlap considerably with certain business-oriented disciplines, such as operations management, Industrial engineering is a longstanding engineering discipline subject to (and eligible for) professional engineering licensure in most jurisdictions

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The Urgency of Science | Darío Gil at IBM Research | BREAKTHROUGH DAYS
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IN THIS SESSION... Darío Gil, director of research at IBM talks through the urgency of accelerating progress and scaling the impact of science during the global COVID 19 pandemic. Twitter: https://twitter.com/ITU_AIForGood LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/2651... LinkedIn Group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8567748 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aiforgood Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AIforGood

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IBM compatible PC | Wikipedia audio article
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IBM_PC_compatible 00:02:11 1 Origins 00:07:03 2 Compatibility issues 00:07:13 2.1 Non-compatible MS-DOS computers 00:16:56 2.2 "Operationally Compatible" 00:22:38 3 The decreasing influence of IBM 00:30:03 4 Expandability 00:31:55 5 "IBM PC compatible" becomes "Wintel" 00:34:12 6 Design limitations and more compatibility issues 00:39:40 7 Challenges to Wintel domination 00:44:55 8 The IBM PC compatible today 00:47:59 9 See also Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. Listen on Google Assistant through Extra Audio: https://assistant.google.com/services/invoke/uid/0000001a130b3f91 Other Wikipedia audio articles at: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=wikipedia+tts Upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts Speaking Rate: 0.761584605776648 Voice name: en-US-Wavenet-E "I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= IBM PC compatible computers are computers similar to the original IBM PC, XT, and AT, able to use the same software and expansion cards. Such computers used to be referred to as PC clones, or IBM clones. They duplicate almost exactly all the significant features of the PC architecture, facilitated by IBM's choice of commodity hardware components and various manufacturers' ability to reverse engineer the BIOS firmware using a "clean room design" technique. Columbia Data Products built the first clone of the IBM personal computer by a clean room implementation of its BIOS.Early IBM PC compatibles used the same computer bus as the original PC and AT models. The IBM AT compatible bus was later named the Industry Standard Architecture (ISA) bus by manufacturers of compatible computers. The term "IBM PC compatible" is now a historical description only, since IBM has ended its personal computer sales. Descendants of the IBM PC compatibles comprise the majority of personal computers on the market presently with the dominant operating system being Microsoft Windows, although interoperability with the bus structure and peripherals of the original PC architecture may be limited or non-existent. Some computers ran MS-DOS but had enough hardware differences that IBM compatible software could not be used; examples include slight differences in the memory map, serial ports or video hardware. Only the Macintosh kept significant market share without compatibility with the IBM PC.

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IMTC CTO Roundtable - Customer Perspective, IBM
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Bill Rippon, Senior Network Engineer -- IBM Research Integrated Solutions

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How Is IBM Even Still Around?
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I’m sure you’ve all heard about IBM. They’re one of the pioneers of the PC industry, but nowadays, virtually no one uses IBM computers. Yet, IBM is still one of the largest companies in the world with a market cap of over $100 billion, so how does IBM even make money? Well, throughout IBM’s history, they were almost always a B2B company as opposed to a consumer brand. This is quite ironic given that they’re most well known for their PCs in the 1980s, but this was actually the exception for IBM, not the norm. After the dot-com bubble burst, IBM sold off its PC division to Lenovo and they started focusing on their B2B business once again. This consisted of producing server racks, networks, databases, and setting up cloud infrastructure. All of these background functions allowed IBM to rise to prominence once again, but with the rise of competition within these markets, IBM is struggling once again. Their revenues have nearly halved within the past 10 years and it’s not clear if they can compete against the juggernauts like Amazon and Microsoft. This video explains the rise, fall, rise again, and fall again of IBM. Discord Community: https://discord.gg/SJUNWNt Timestamps: 0:00 - The State Of IBM 2:20 - Founding IBM 5:25 - Industry Leader 8:36 - Painful Failure 11:29 - Resurrection Thumbnail Credit: https://bit.ly/3FH8uqJ Resources: https://pastebin.com/jAqDFJs2

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How IBM Connects with the Silicon Valley Ecosystem
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Lots of large companies have set up innovation outposts in Silicon Valley, hoping to identify trends that can help their parent organizations avoid disruption. Jeffrey Welser shared best practices for running R&D labs in the Bay Area. Welser, a Vice President in IBM Research, oversees labs based in Almaden, Australia, China, and Japan. Watch more excerpts from the conversation or read the highlights: https://www.innovationleader.com/1286.article Get a ticket for our next Impact Event: https://www.innovationleader.com/events/upcoming-live-events/impact-2020

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IBM ThinkPad 760XL - Overview & DOS Gaming Showcase
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An in-depth overview on why the ThinkPad 760XL makes for great DOS gaming for a relatively low price and low footprint. Gaming showcase: 0:00 Intro 0:42 Specs & Features 2:46 Opening Hood 5:51 Battery LCD 6:21 Outer Finish 7:04 Battery Life 8:07 Processor Performance in Games 9:32 Sound Chip & Speakers for DOS 12:57 Port Selection 14:25 Comparison with ThinkPad 760XD 15:46 IBM Software Features 21:36 About the Gaming Experience 25:36 IBM TrackPoint Replacement Nubs 26:48 Conclusion 29:08 Doom 32:24 Skyroads 33:44 Tyrian 2000 36:13 Hexen 38:13 Wolfenstein 3D 40:54 The Secret of Monkey Island 43:06 Quake 44:29 Commander Keen in Goodbye, Galaxy! 46:35 Oil's Well BBISHOPPCM's video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5bkfjfhcC4

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LGR Oddware - IBM 5151 Monitor with MDA & Hercules Graphics
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An overview of all sorts of monochrome graphical greatness! The IBM 5151 monitor, MDA graphics, Hercules graphics, emulated CGA, green/amber/white phosphor, text modes vs. addressable pixels, etc. Mmm, gotta love 80's computing! See my review of the IBM 5150 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fkT0H-RQd4

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(IBM-PC DOS) Round 42 - Elven Software / Mike Pooler 1986 - COMPLETE AFTER ~ 42 years!
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Throwback Thursday way back to 1986! Say hi to CGA! Update! I finally beat this game. So glad to finally close this chapter of my life. Complete after ~40 years. Back when computers were very limited in color, and pixels are huge, my brothers I often play Round 42. 42 rounds of pixelated alien invaderesque fun! On our IBM PC-XT, with 4 color CGA monitor, most of the games are 4 colors: Black White, and either ugly red and green, or cyan and white. Somehow, this game got all of these colors! The game was hard, and the final enemy of each round moves ridiculously fast. Then we found that F2 fires the zapper weapon :P

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IBM 5153 CGA Monitor Simple Recap
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A "spurt" sound isn't something you ever want to hear from your monitor... I knew I wasn't going to get away with leaving it shifting between blue and red for long, but I didn't think it would be this short. If I had seen the cap on the connector board for the CRT initially then I wouldn't have had to take the whole thing apart. But I kind of wanted to get an overview of what was going on inside anyway so I don't mind the extra work having been put in. But if yours blows a color cap you can easily avoid the most difficult part of removing the tube. I'm happy with how this turned out. I will be getting better capacitors later for it, but it isn't a rush. I think I made all the colors a bit dim on the adjustment on the back of the tube. That's probably why it seemed so much darker afterwards. Really, I should have done the calibrations at about 75% brightness. Oh well, it's not too difficult to get to that so I can always fix it later. Playlists of more stuff like this: Repairs: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJVwF78cppBjvYSP5UdayY7te1vBthEv2 1980s: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJVwF78cppBgCQCjbuyVorx-YC_HmxX4r Other Links Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/AkBKukU Github: https://github.com/AkBKukU Thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/AkBKukU Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/AkBKukU Discord: https://discord.gg/E6xgGs6

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IBM Portable PC (Model 5155): Part 5 - almost done
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Well it's working and booting off the CF drive to MS-DOS 6.22. Couldn't get a picture out of the CGA board's composite RCA output or DE9 CGA port ... but then I didn't RTFM either. Remaining plans: [1] make a cable from the floppy controller to the single, and original, 5.25" 360KB floppy drive [2] Replace the CGA board with a Graphics Gremlin board [3] Maybe make a DC37 floppy cable to run an external 3.5" drive So the final configuration is planned to be: Processors: NEC V20 with 8087 maths co-processor RAM: 640KB Storage: 1GB CF hard drive with 360KB 5.25" floppy & maybe external 720KB 3.5" floppy Video: CGA with VGA output connector I/O: DB25 serial, DB25 parallel, DA15 game Graphics Gremlin: https://github.com/schlae/graphics-gremlin

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8-Bit BBC Micro Running IBM PC CGA software - Pi Tube Direct Co-Pro part 2
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Wi-Fi Sheep is proud to be partnering with: http://www.pcbway.com The ONLY WAY for your custom printed circuit board requirements.. With PCBway.com new registered members get there first 10 PCBs free! Plus a $5 (US) welcome voucher when you join! Visit http://www.pcbway.com today! ======================================================= Wi-Fi Sheep Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/wifisheep Twitter: https://twitter.com/wifisheep | @wifisheep The PiTube direct module allows almost any vintage 8bit BBC Micro computer to connect to and harness the power of the Raspberry Pi. This allows for all sorts of amazing software to be used with the veteran system In this second follow up to our last video on the subject we take a in-depth look at some of the amazing software and even get PC -DOS games running in full CGA graphics mode!!! Don't forget to like and subscribe!!! Source Links: Stardot.org.uk - Master 512 DOS+ Software https://stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=13918 CowsAreNotPurple.co.uk http://www.cowsarenotpurple.co.uk/bbccomputer/master512/ Video Links: Rob Coleman - Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeu2TKfJzju1L3JaF3Yuhog Event Links: Retro Computer Festival 2019 http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/det/53612/Retro-Computer-Festival-2019-7th-8th-September/ Milton Keynes Raspberry Jam https://mkraspberryjam.org/october-2019-tickets-available/ Music Credits - Tracks Used Kevin MacLeod - Incompetech.com https://incompetech.com/ Gocart Laser Groove Super Power Cool Dude AUDIONAUTIX.COM https://audionautix.com/ Metaphor Essence

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Digital öppen gästföreläsning om AI med Patrick Couch, IBM
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Välkommen att delta på en öppen gästföreläsning om AI: "Language, Thinking and the Alchemy of Learning Machines: An introduction to the possibilities & challenges with Artificial Intelligence" med Patrick Couch , Business Developer focused on Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Technologies IBM. Föreläsningen är startskottet för distansutbildningen "Tillämpad maskininlärning" vid Mittuniversitetet som startar den 20 januari 2021. Kursen ges helt på distans och kvartsfart vilket gör den lätt att kombinera med arbete. Du kan söka sent till kursen tom den 1 februari 2021. Välkommen! "Today, we live in a world which is in many regards digital first. Even seemingly non-digital events and phenomena such as the Corona pandemic, the US election and the democracy movement in Hong Kong are defined, understood and judged digitally first and only in an analog way secondly. Data and algorithms have come to inhabit a central place in our world and we now very much live in a world determined by the successes and failures of our technologies to understand us humans. Our social media feeds, our news feeds, our financial credibility, our entertainment, our shopping, our dating are all facilitated by data crunching algorithms doing their best to please. Obviously, this makes for great possibilities but also poses significant challenges. In this digitally defined world stands the developer, who like an alchemist conjures up new digital vistas for the rest of us to enter into, revel in and be challenged by. In the light of this, I will introduce the topic of artificial intelligence and the need to adress it intelligently."

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EP-065: IBM Aptiva AMD K6-2 450. Win98 Bliss!
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Today I talk about my Win95/Win98 gaming rigs from back in the day, and discuss where this Aptiva fits as a 2020 replacement for that era. As mentioned in the video, I used to get my parts and machines from Novatech in the 90's, and they still seem to be going strong. I have no affiliation but if you're in the UK, check them out. https://www.novatech.co.uk/ I just think it's awesome than one of my old "go to" companies is still around. :) The Vintage Computer Club on facebook can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/vintagecomputerclub/ Thanks again to: Matt for selling me such a great machine at an honest price. Aaron for help with the drivers. Mike for giving me Doom II and Descent II on disk. .....and no...it's NOT 4:3...I'm not imagining things!

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Know How... 160: IBM Rat Brain, PCIe SSD, and Questions
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Hosted by Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ, Bryan Burnett IBM Rat Brain, PCIe SSD, and your questions! Records live every Thursday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific / 18:00 UTC.

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Bitcoin Regulations? — Radeon VII Retired — iPhone 11 Price — IBM Buys Red Hat — RTS 07-12-19
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CONF@42 - IBM - Phaedra Boinodiris - The Intersection of Cognitive Computing & Play
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CONF@42 - IBM - Phaedra Boinodiris - The Intersection of Cognitive Computing & Play, Making Data Science Actionable

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RELIANCE & MICROSOFT BLOCKCHAIN, TATA & IBM WITH HASHGRAPH, BLOCKSTREAM MINING POOL IN HINDI
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IBM 5155 Portable PC Recovery Project - Part 4 - Hard Drive and Gaming
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I bought this IBM 5155 Portable Personal Computer for spares and in non-working condition and I'm on a mission to get it to boot into an operating system. This part covers booting from a hard drive and trying out some games. Part 1 - https://youtu.be/FBv-3zpJfU0 Part 2 - https://youtu.be/YIyhGz4xq6I Part 3 - https://youtu.be/N4PjHLqVVzw Part 4 - This video Details of subjects covered are in the index below. Index: 0:00 - Introduction 0:41 - Booting from the hard drive (from my IBM 5160) 3:27 - Assembling the machine and a fault with the keyboard 5:41 - A look at the assembled machine and the temporary hard drive mounting 7:57 - Games 9:09 - Ms Pacman 12:32 - Railroad Tycoon 31:07 - Driller 37:08 - Conclusion and thanks

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IBM Portable PC (Model 5155): Part 1
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I was never aware of this computer "back in the day" ... I remember the IBM Convertible PC coming out with it's neat pop-up twin 3.5" floppy drives, but hadn't realised about this earlier Portable Personal Computer. It uses an earlier version of the IBM PC/XT (Model 5160) motherboard ... oh, and yes, the keyboard uses an RJ11 connector and not RJ45, duh. Got this sometime in 2018 for quite a good price - picked it up in Sydney so no shipping charges either - bonus! Ironically, it was "around the corner" from where we used to live (for ten years) before leaving Sydney for Port. From my earlier research, it appears to have an AST "SixPackPlus" memory expansion and serial I/O card, a standard CGA card, a hard drive plus an unknown card. I originally upgraded the BIOS to the latest available but then got stuck trying to get a CF drive and/or FlashFloppy drive to work. I may have also installed an NEC V20 and/or 8087 math co-processor. Maybe. Now that I've got it out again, first thing is to check what's lurking in the power supply before doing anything else. IBM Portable Personal Computer BIOS versions: http://minuszerodegrees.net/5160/bios/5160_bios_revisions.htm http://minuszerodegrees.net/bios/bios.htm

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IBM Portable PC (Model 5155): Part 4 - It lives!
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Got the power supply back together, re-installed the cards I needed: CGA with composite out, AST SixPakPlus memory expansion, floppy controller and XT-IDE (rev. 4 from Glitchworks). Left the HDD controller out. And ... it worked! Well, it POSTs a "601" error which I assume is because there's no floppy drives connected. I was surprised ... managed to get to GW-BASIC via the XT-IDE ROM boot. After some jumper fiddling, I managed to boot off the CF card. I'm using a 1GB Compact Flash card ("Dick Smith Electronics" branded!) that I know worked on my Amstrad PC1640 (using a Lo-Tech XT-IDE card). So it booted into MS-DOS 6.22 and was working fine. I loaded up my favourite game of all time ... The Ancient Art of War. Man, I played that game for hours ... along with The Ancient Art of War at Sea ... even managed to recover some campaigns I created on 5.25" floppies from back in the 90s (with references to now-ex-girlfriends, for some reason). Next - try to get the floppy drives working. Not really necessary as I can just load stuff onto the CF card, and even re-use the original HDD front panel & activity LED for the CF card ... let's see. Glitchworks XT-IDE Rev. 4 - mine's got "Slot 8" support and I'm using v1.1.5 of the XT-IDE BIOS (XUB): http://www.glitchwrks.com/2017/11/23/xt-ide-rev4 XT-IDE Rev. 4 summary: http://www.minuszerodegrees.net/xtide/rev_4/XT-IDE%20Rev%204%20-%20general.htm XT-IDE BIOS (XUB) versions: http://www.minuszerodegrees.net/xtide/XUB/XUB.htm

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IBM Chooses Nova Scotia
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Nova Scotia, IBM Canada, the province's universities and the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) are joining forces to create hundreds of high-paying, long-term jobs, and ensure young Nova Scotians have the skills to succeed in them. IBM chose Nova Scotia as the best province to locate its only Global Delivery Centre in Canada.

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Fast Forward: IBM Watson's VP Offering Management and Stategy, Mark Simpson
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Chatting with IBM Watson's VP Offering Management and Stategy, Mark Simpson about AI, machine learning and how businesses are using these and other technologies to better understand their customers today. Dan Costa - Host Weston Almond - Producer/Director Kirsten Cluthe - Producer Pete Haas - Social Media Manager Paul Maljak - Stills Photographer Jamie Lendino - Original Music In PCMag's Fast Forward video series, editor-in-chief Dan Costa talks to industry leaders about ground-breaking technology that will shape our future. Check out some of Dan's previous interviews here: https://goo.gl/rLPrCk PCMag.com is your ultimate destination for tech reviews and news. Subscribe to our videos here: https://goo.gl/JfBShr Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PCMag Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PCMag Gawk at our photos on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pcmagofficial Get our latest tips and tricks on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/pcmag

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Troubleshooting the IBM PS/2 Model 50 Hard Drive System - Part 1
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An off-the-cuff video of what I encountered an hour before the regular recording time - It just fell together from there. I look at the aspect of what I initially believed may be three bad drives - they are old and expected to fail. But what, let's see what we can swap out - I was glad to have another controller right at hand. Information on the hard drive controllers for the Model 50 and 50Z (integrated on the drive with DBA ESDI): https://ardent-tool.com/8550/8550_Controllers.html Help support this channel and content through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/IBMMuseum

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The Bitcoin Group #78 - BitPay Hacked - IBM Bitcoin? - NH Bitcoin Bill - Commodification
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Donate: 18EQEiQBK1X2DyDL5Y18j78iw4NuNHoLej Save 20% off Amazon with Bitcoin at https://purse.io/ Featuring... Blake Anderson (https://twitter.com/bitcoinblake) Theo Goodman (https://twitter.com/theog__?lang=es) Tone Vays (https://twitter.com/Tone_LLT) and Thomas Hunt (https://twitter.com/MadBitcoins) THIS WEEK: ---------------------------- Bitcoin Payment Processor BitPay Loses $1.8M in Phishing Hack http://www.americanbanker.com/news/bank-technology/bitcoin-payment-processor-bitpay-loses-1m-in-phishing-hack-1076722-1.html IBM Adapts Bitcoin Technology for Smart Contracts http://www.wsj.com/articles/ibm-adapts-bitcoin-technology-for-smart-contracts-1442423444 NH House of Representatives to Vote on Bitcoin Bill http://www.coinbuzz.com/2015/09/17/nh-house-of-representatives-to-vote-on-bitcoin-bill/ Bitcoin Is Officially a Commodity, According to U.S. Regulator http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-09-17/bitcoin-is-officially-a-commodity-according-to-u-s-regulator then Questions and Answers from the Audience! and Predictions! Please Subscribe to our Youtube Channel Would you like to support The Bitcoin Group? Donate Bitcoins to: 18EQEiQBK1X2DyDL5Y18j78iw4NuNHoLej bookmark our slightly empty homepage: http://www.thebitcoingroup.com/ Check us out on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thebitcoingroup or on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Thebitcoingroup/

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Aktien-Feedback bei Kramer & Röhl | Bayer, Booking, Fraport, IBM, Otis, Sea, UBER, Unilever plus 2
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In der Oktober-Feedback-Ausgabe von echtgeld.tv sprechen Tobias und Christian über die Top 10 Aktienwünsche unserer Zuschauer & Mitglieder der echtgeld.tv Lounge. (www.echtgeld.tv) Alle Aktien in der Analyse und die Favoriten aus Eurer Auswahl seht Ihr im Video. #Aktienfeedback #Bayer #Uber *** ⭐️ Hinweis zum Sponsoring: Diese Sendung wird unterstützt durch Scalable Capital. Mehr zum Scalable Capital Broker-Depot mit Trading-Flatrate, inkl. Möglichkeit zur Kontoeröffnung: https://clickbiz.de/m-ref/egtvscalable * Ein mit * gekennzeichneter Link ist ein sogenannter Affiliate-Link. Kommt über einen derartigen Link ein Einkauf zustande, werden wir mit einer Provision beteiligt. Für Dich entstehen dabei keine Mehrkosten. Wo, wann und wie Du ein Produkt kaufst, bleibt natürlich Dir überlassen. *** Die einzelnen Themen und besprochenen Wertpapiere im Überblick: 0:00 Willkommen zu echtgeld.tv 01:36 Der Disclaimer mit Christian W. Röhl 03:10 Sponsorhinweis: Scalable mit verbessertem Sparplanangebot: https://clickbiz.de/m-ref/egtvscalable * 04:40 Bayer (WKN: BAY001) 15:41 Booking Holdings (WKN: A2JEXP) 23:02 Fraport (WKN: 577330) 31:38 IBM (WKN: 851399) 40:16 Markel (WKN:885036) 48:33 Novo Nordisk (WKN: A1XA8R) 55:16 OTIS (WKN: A2P1UZ) 1:01:10 Sea (WKN: A2H5LX) 1:08:48 Uber (WKN: A2PHHG) 1:21:25 Unilever (WKN: A0JMQ9) 1:29:22 Tobias & Christians Top-Pick aus Euren 10 Aktien-Wünschen 1:30:38 Drei Aktien ohne Besprechung: Gazprom (WKN: 903276), Lang & Schwarz (WKN: 645932) und wallstreet:online (WKN: A2GS60) *** ⚠️ Disclaimer: Keine Anlageberatung oder -empfehlung. Alle Angaben ohne Gewähr. Wertentwicklungen der Vergangenheit sind kein Indikator für zukünftige Wertentwicklung. Weitere ausführliche Informationen hierzu unter: http://www.echtgeld.tv/disclaimer/ *** Alle Informationen rund um https://echtgeld.tv/, Näheres zu Tobias Kramer und Christian W. Röhl, die Termine zur nächsten Live-Sendung, den Zugang zu allen Folien aus allen Sendungen sowie die Möglichkeit, Aktienwünsche zu platzieren, findest Du in der echtgeld.tv-Lounge unter https://www.echtgeld.tv/lounge/. 🎧 Eine Übersicht über unsere Kanäle findest Du hier: https://linktr.ee/echtgeldtv/

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[Webinar] Twelve Tasks Made Easier With IBM Domino XPages
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If you're asking, "How can I get my job done quicker with XPages?", this webinar will provide the answer. Mike McGarel and Paul Withers will compare and contrast commonly requested features using XPages and classic Notes/Domino techniques. You'll see how much smarter and faster XPages is, while providing the modern functionality that your users desire.

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Inderpal Bhandari & Jesus Mantas | IBM CDO Strategy Summit 2017
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Inderpal Bhandari & Jesus Mantas of IBM sit down with hosts Jeff Frick & Peter Burris at the IBM Chief Data Officer Strategy Summit (Spring) in San Francisco, CA.

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CES 2021 | Two Box Live | 1.12.2021 | GM, Razer, JLab, IBM
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Today was Day 2 of CES 2021. GM reveals two concept vehicles from the Cadillac Halo portfolio—an autonomous vehicle and an electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft; Razer shows off Project Hazel, a smart mask, and Project Brooklyn, a gaming chair; Terra Teat, CMO of JLab Audio, joins us to chat about the new Jbuds Jframes and their 2021 CES Innovation Award win; plus, Jeff Welser, VP of Exploratory Science & University Partnerships at IBM Research, stops by to talk about the announcement that IBM is number one in patents for 2020, AI, quantum computing, and opening it's portfolio of patents to help COVID-19 researchers. Follow Two Box Media on our site and social: http://www.twoboxmedia.com http://www.facebook.com/twoboxmedia http://www.instagram.com/twoboxmedia http://www.twitter.com/twoboxmedia Send us an email at info@twoboxmedia.com

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Comparing the IBM Z back ends in GCC and LLVM - GNU Tools Cauldron 2018
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Presented by Ulrich Weigand at GNU Tools Cauldron 2018 GCC and LLVM perform similar tasks, but the internal implementation is very different. As a maintainer of the IBM Z back end in both GCC and LLVM I've had the opportunity to become familiar with both worlds. In this talk, I'll give an overview of the current status of support for IBM Z processors in both GCC and LLVM, touching on differences in available feature sets and performance results. In addition, I'll be talking about my experience working in the context of both compiler frameworks. Where did I find GCC easier to work with, and where does LLVM have its advantages? The talk will look at these questions from a back-end perspective.

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Doug Powell - Design At Scale: Transforming IBM
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IBM Conference 2015 - Pastor Miki King Pt 2
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Pastor Miki King Jan. 17, 2015 - Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/treasure-house-church-tv with the Ustream Mobile App

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Cloud and the API Economy - Mac Devine, IBM
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About this video: Mac Devine, CTO and Director of Cloudfirst Innovation at IBM, discusses the advantages of deploying a cloud-based platform made accessible via APIs. Devine explains that data is becoming the de-factor currency for facilitating business and stresses the importance of a clear mobile strategy to address the growing number of users with connected devices. Key Points • Deploy an API early and listen to feedback • The importance of speed and need to reshape culture • Importance of thinking mobile first • How to take advantage of this unprecedented convergence of trends • APIs have become the first business interaction point "You have to reach that tipping where you get enough usage, and you get enough value of that usage, that you start turning consumers into evangelists for that service." - Mac Devine, CTO and Director of Cloudfirst Innovation

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(IBM-PC) Sorcerian - Scenario 1-5: The Tower of Thieves『盗賊たちの塔』 - ソーサリアン (Falcom & Sierra)
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THE TOWER OF THIEVES A foul wind is blowing in the kingdom of Pentawa. It blows through towns and villages with gales of blood and tempests of destruction. It calls itself 'The Blue Wind'. 'The Blue Wind' is a group of ruthless thieves who are casting a shadow of fear over the countryside. They have taken over the ruins of an old castle abandoned long ago under mysterious circumstances; its strange, forboding atmosphere seems somehow fitting to their purposes. A man, wounded in battle and nearly dead from hunger and thirst, has wandered into Pentawa looking for assistance. He tells of a narrow escape from the castle, and of a beautiful princess and many brave warriors held captive there. He also speaks of a vile demon and a dragon imprisoned for ages who may soon be free again. The king has issued an order for all Sorcerian adventurers worthy of the name to respond to this man's plea for help. 'Go forth in the name of your ancestors and rid the land of this evil that calls itself 'The Blue Wind'. GOAL An outlaw band is using a deserted castle as a base from which to raid nearby villages. They have captured the princess of a neighboring country and her company of fighters, who came to the castle on business of their own. There may be a dragon imprisoned under the castle. Infiltrate the Tower of Thieves, and rescue the princess and her warriors from this band of robbers, who may be more powerful than they seem. ITEMS VASE: Located on the altar in the chapel of the deserted castle. PASS: Several outlaws carry passes signed by Garok that allow them to go restricted places in the castle. GARATEEN: A holy sword in a silver scabbard. The blade is silver carved with sacred runes. RED BALL & BLUE BALL: These objects have something to do with opening some of the doors in the castle. PENDANT: A gold necklace with a large gemstone hanging from it. It possesses a strong protective magic. MONSTERS GAR: A ferocious fish that inhabits the lake under the castle. It has sharp teeth and powerful jaws. MAJOR DEMON: A shapechanging demon that likes to take human form. Cruel and very deadly. SHADOW DRAGON: The dragon has been imprisoned in a dark narrow cave for many years. Its wings have degenerated so that it can no longer fly, but its ability to breathe fire has not been diminished.

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Way More than Just Thermal Video Analytics - IBM Cloud & pdActive AI-Enabled Deep Learning Cameras
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Learn how an investment in AI-Enabled Deep Learning cameras can help you optimize enterprise security, safety, business operations, and ROI for years to come. For more information, contact CG Moneta at admin@cgmoneta.com or Flagship Solutions Group at info@flagshipsg.com

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Talking Heads: Mike Lawrie of IBM (Aired: August 2002)
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In this episode of Classics, NDTV caught up with Mike Lawrie, the then strategist for IBM in August 2002. Mr Lawrie spoke about the global economic slowdown and economic scandals in the US. Watch full show: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/talking-heads/talking-heads-mike-lawrie-of-ibm-aired-august-2002/305803

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IBM MSS
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(IBM-PC) Sorcerian - Scenario 2-5: The Cursed Ship『呪われたクィーンマリー号』- ソーサリアン (Falcom & Sierra)
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THE CURSED SHIP From the ship's log of the Maria Regina: 17th day, month of Dagonn. Fine. A good west wind. Good progress. Toward sunset, the cabin boy found Jacob's body in the forward hold. His throat had been cut. There were no witnesses. I can think of no-one who might want to kill Jacob -- he was well-liked among the crew. He had been ill the last few days, but it seems unlikely that he committed suicide. 24th day, month of Dagonn. Rain. I am afraid for my son. I don't like the idea of his being here on the ship, now that I'm certain that someone aboard is a murderer. I've tried to warn him to be cautious, but he wouldn't listen. Maybe my timing was bad; his pet macaw just disappeared. We will be putting in at Pentawa soon, and I want him to stay with his mother. Tensions are running high on the ship. The sailors are beginning to whisper that we are cursed. 3rd day, month of Hydra. Calm. When we dropped anchor in Pentawa Harbor, some people came on board asking for passage. They are adventurers, it seems, off to right some wrong somewhere. They treat it like some kind of sport. I offered them free passage in exchange for convincing my son to stay ashore when we leave. They may find this task harder than battling dragons. GOAL The ship Maria Regina is anchored in Pentawa Harbor. One of the sialors has been brutally murdered, and the rest of the crew is anxious and uneasy. The Captain's son refuses to go ashore to the safety of his mother's house. If the captain's dilemmas can be solved, he might be willing to give you passage aboard the Maria Regina to exotic ports where adventure abounds. ITEMS HATCH KEY: A key of simple design, it unlocks one of the ship's cargo holds. GOLD JAR: On its surface is engraved in ancient letters, "the one that is hard to let go." BLOOD STAINED AXE: No murder weapon has yet been found. Could this be it? AUGER: A common shipboard tool, used to make holes in barrels. MACAW: The captain's son's beloved pet. It was startled by a ship's rat and flew away. The boy is very upset. CABIN KEY: Key to unlock one of the sailor's private cabins. DESK KEY: This key opens a drawer in a desk somewhere on the ship. MONSTERS RAT: The rats aboard the ship have become very aggressive lately. GHOST: Spirits who seek out the living to rob them of life energy. SEAGULL: The seagulls are beginning to exhibit strange behavior, including attacking people. OWL: These owls, like the other animals around here, have begun to attack people. OAKROT: At first glance, this monster resembles the oak trees from which it evolved. (Note: Oakrot is not actually in any version of the game!) ARCHDEMON: This demon takes the form of a huge devil-face. Burning rays shoot forth from its mouth.

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API Governance in an Anti Governance World, Chris Phillips, IBM | Postman Galaxy 2021
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Governance is often seen as a dirty word. However, good governance processes can provide superior control and protection with minimal impact to the development team. In this session, we’ll cover good governance practices, from designing APIs to linting, validation, and control. With: - Chris Phillips, Master Inventor at IBM

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The Adventures of Willy Beamish - Dynamix/Sierra On-Line, 1991 - IBM/PC (4K)
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A playthrough of Dynamix's third adventure title, The Adventures of Willy Beamish published by Dynamix/Sierra On-Line in 1991. Like Rise of the Dragon and Heart of China, Willy Beamish used the Dynamix Game Development System, which allowed programmers, artists, and writers to work simultaneously on the project within the same environment. It was the last adventure title to be directed by co-founder Jeff Tunnell before he left the company to form Jeff Tunnell Productions, most notable for creating The Incredible Machine series. A sequel, The Further Adventures of Willy Beamish, was rumored but never materialized. I'm playing the 1993 CD-ROM version with full voice acting and animated portrait close-ups Enjoy and please remember to visit my blog at https://www.retro365.blog where I post new articles every month. Intro 0:00 Day 1 3:38 Day 2 35:26 Day 3 1:06:08 Day 4 1:22:47

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The Adventures of Willy Beamish - IBM-PC MT-32 Soundtrack [emulated]
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Composer(s): Chris Stevens, Jan Paul Moorhead, Don Latarski Year: 1991 Recorded from modified extracted midi files + SysEx from the game + Munt 1.2.0 Tracklist: ------------ 00 - Dynamix Jingle - 0:00:00 01 - Title - 0:00:10 02a - Carbuncle Assembly - 0:01:54 02b - Toupee Attack! - 0:02:44 03a - Dreaming of Nintari - 0:03:09 03b - Back to Reality - 0:03:49 03c - Glassy Class - 0:04:02 04 - Trespassing the Hallway - 0:05:55 05 - Principal's Room - 0:07:19 06 - Spider up The Wall - 0:09:07 07 - Busty the Nurse - 0:10:17 08 - School's Out! - 0:11:03 09 - The Beamish House - Day 1 - 0:12:01 10 - Kibbles 'n Grits - 0:14:00 11 - Beamish Backyard - 0:15:08 12 - Upstairs - Day 1 - 0:16:03 13 - Busy Train Room - 0:18:18 14 - Job Loss - 0:19:17 15a - TV - News Flash - 0:20:12 15b - TV - Slam Dunk Cola - 0:20:32 16a - Meanwhile - 0:21:40 16b - Foul Executives - 0:22:19 17a - Nintari Jingle - 0:23:34 17b - Monster Squad Theme - 0:24:02 18 - Nighty Night - 0:24:36 19a - Later On... - 0:25:08 19b - Waking up to a New Day - 0:26:08 20 - The Beamish House - Day 2 - 0:26:51 21 - Gordon's Conversation - 0:28:53 22a - TV - Frog Jump Competition - 0:30:08 22b - TV - TootSweet - 0:31:04 23 - Washing the Rover - 0:32:08 24 - Upstairs - Day 2 - 0:32:51 25 - Beautiful Suburbs - 0:35:02 26a - Tree Fortress - 0:36:19 26b - Horny Love - 0:37:39 27 - Slice 'o Life - 0:38:54 28 - Breaking Some Wind - 0:40:44 29 - Blow-up Spider - 0:42:33 30a - Jolly Park - 0:43:32 30b - Ultra Jump - 0:45:08 31 - Downtown - Day 2 - 0:45:30 32a - Babysitter From Hell! - 0:46:58 32b - Frantic Bat Chase - 0:47:37 32c - What Did Just Happen - 0:48:50 33 - The Beamish House - Day 3 - 0:49:34 34 - Corporate Lies - 0:51:52 35 - Upstairs - Day 3 - 0:53:10 36 - Tiffany's Fat Surprise - 0:55:32 37 - Downtown - Day 3 - 0:56:14 38 - Tiff the Punk - 0:57:29 39 - The Ferry Ride - Japanese Tourists - 0:58:08 40 - West-End Frumpton - 0:59:14 41 - TootSweet HQ - 1:00:26 42 - Outside Plumber's Union - 1:02:04 43 - Plumber's Rally - 1:03:37 44a - Golden Bowl - 1:04:23 44b - The Cripes - 1:05:11 45a - Gang Chase - 1:06:57 45b - Sudden Ninjas - 1:08:07 46 - Sushi Funtime - 1:09:38 47 - The Beamish House - Day 4 - 1:10:45 48 - Evil Vibes - 1:12:54 49 - Upstairs - Day 4 - 1:14:29 50 - Tiresome Interviews - 1:16:39 51 - Downtown - Day 4 - 1:18:07 52 - The Ferry Ride - Polka Overdose - 1:19:00 53 - Getting Ready for the Race - 1:20:13 54a - Junpin' Frogs - 1:21:29 54b - Frog Havoc - 1:21:52 55a - TootSweet Security - 1:22:38 55b - Horny is Caught! - 1:24:39 55c - Bailout - 1:24:50 56a - Sneaking in the Plumber's Union - 1:25:52 56b - Trapped! - 1:27:57 57 - Rigging Phone Calls - 1:29:05 58 - Creepy Mansion - 1:31:16 59a - Chef Childish's Kitchen - 1:34:12 59b - Setting the Frogs Free! - 1:35:21 60 - Frogs for the Rescue! - 1:36:15 61 - Underhanded Capture - 1:37:04 62a - Inside Golden Bowl - 1:37:50 62b - I Won the Lottery! - 1:39:02 63 - Sludgeworks Entrance - 1:40:14 64 - The Grand Chase - 1:42:24 65a - Treacherous Tram - 1:43:35 65b - Stanley Got Sacked! - 1:44:58 66 - Factory Monorail - 1:45:50 67 - Saving Dad - 1:47:18 68a - Hoooray! The Day is Saved! - 1:48:46 68b - Horny's Family - 1:50:17 69 - Game Over - Another Dimension - 1:50:29 69 - Game Over - Bonked by the Baddies - 1:51:03 69 - Game Over - Captured by The Bat - 1:51:54 69 - Game Over - Consequences #1 - 1:52:09 69 - Game Over - Consequences #2 - 1:54:27 69 - Game Over - Duffy Runaway - 1:55:40 69 - Game Over - Failed Drug Test - 1:57:18 69 - Game Over - Frumpton Carnival - 1:58:25 69 - Game Over - Hospital of Horrors - 1:59:30 69 - Game Over - Jailtime - 2:00:15 69 - Game Over - Military School - 2:01:01 69 - Game Over - Pastrami Quest - 2:01:43 69 - Game Over - Poorward - 2:02:14 69 - Game Over - Train and Mind Wreck - 2:03:14 UNK - Unused 01 - 2:04:13 UNK - Unused 02 - 2:04:21 UNK - Unused 03 - 2:05:22 UNK - Unused 04 - 2:06:20 UNK - Unused 05 - 2:07:33 UNK - Unused 06 - 2:08:27 UNK - Unused 07 - 2:09:28 UNK - Unused 08 - 2:10:44 UNK - Unused 09 - 2:12:05 UNK - Unused 10 - 2:14:00 UNK - Unused 11 - 2:15:46 Get the full soundtrack in FLAC: http://vengefulchip.tk/the-adventures-of-willy-beamish-ibm-pc-mt-32/ _________________________________________________________________ If you found this useful, please consider supporting me on Patreon! See this video for more details: https://youtube.com/watch?v=kfYDIV0fuBA Link to Patreon campaign: https://patreon.com/VengefulChip _________________________________________________________________ Disclaimer --------------- All rights reserved to the original authors/composers/publishers of this game (or game port). By posting this here I intend no malice to any of the aforementioned individuals/groups/companies. If you feel that your rights have been breached by posting this here please do let me know here: http://vengefulchip.tk/contact/ I'll take immediate action in removing the content from either the site, YouTube or both.

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The Adventures of Willy Beamish - IBM-PC SB Pro2 Soundtrack [emulated]
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Composer(s): Chris Stevens, Jan Paul Moorhead, Don Latarski Year: 1991 Recorded on DosBox from modified SND files + NRS's FM Player Tracklist: ------------ 00 - Dynamix Jingle - 0:00:00 01 - Title - 0:00:10 02a - Carbuncle Assembly - 0:01:50 02b - Toupee Attack! - 0:02:36 03a - Dreaming of Nintari - 0:03:02 03b - Back to Reality - 0:03:30 03c - Glassy Class - 0:03:44 04 - Trespassing the Hallway - 0:05:06 05 - Principal's Room - 0:06:29 06 - Spider up The Wall - 0:08:18 07 - Busty the Nurse - 0:09:27 08 - School's Out! - 0:10:12 09 - The Beamish House - Day 1 - 0:11:16 10 - Kibbles 'n Grits - 0:13:24 11 - Beamish Backyard - 0:14:28 12 - Upstairs - Day 1 - 0:15:22 13 - Busy Train Room - 0:17:36 14 - Job Loss - 0:18:35 15a - TV - News Flash - 0:19:29 15b - TV - Slam Dunk Cola - 0:19:43 16a - Meanwhile - 0:20:50 16b - Foul Executives - 0:21:28 17a - Nintari Jingle - 0:22:37 17b - Monster Squad Theme - 0:23:03 18 - Nighty Night - 0:23:24 19a - Later On... - 0:23:57 19b - Waking up to a New Day - 0:24:38 20 - The Beamish House - Day 2 - 0:25:20 21 - Gordon's Conversation - 0:27:21 22a - TV - Frog Jump Competition - 0:28:34 22b - TV - TootSweet - 0:29:28 23 - Washing the Rover - 0:30:32 24 - Upstairs - Day 2 - 0:30:53 25 - Beautiful Suburbs - 0:33:01 26a - Tree Fortress - 0:34:18 26b - Horny Love - 0:35:37 27 - Slice 'o Life - 0:36:53 28 - Breaking Some Wind - 0:38:43 29 - Blow-up Spider - 0:40:30 30a - Jolly Park - 0:41:28 30b - Ultra Jump - 0:43:01 31 - Downtown - Day 1-2 - 0:43:21 32a - Babysitter From Hell! - 0:44:50 32b - Frantic Bat Chase - 0:45:27 32c - What Did Just Happen - 0:46:38 33 - The Beamish House - Day 3 - 0:47:21 34 - Corporate Lies - 0:49:39 35 - Upstairs - Day 3 - 0:50:55 36 - Tiffany's Fat Surprise - 0:53:18 37 - Downtown - Day 3 - 0:54:00 38 - Tiff the Punk - 0:55:13 39 - The Ferry Ride - Japanese Tourists - 0:55:36 40 - West-End Frumpton - 0:56:41 41 - TootSweet HQ - 0:58:09 42 - Outside Plumber's Union - 0:59:46 43 - Plumber's Rally - 1:01:17 44a - Golden Bowl - 1:02:02 44b - The Cripes - 1:02:54 45a - Gang Chase - 1:04:39 45b - Sudden Ninjas - 1:05:49 46 - Sushi Funtime - 1:07:18 47 - The Beamish House - Day 4 - 1:08:24 48 - Evil Vibes - 1:10:32 49 - Upstairs - Day 4 - 1:12:06 50 - Tiresome Interviews - 1:14:16 51 - Downtown - Day 4 - 1:15:45 52 - The Ferry Ride - Polka Overdose - 1:16:37 53 - Getting Ready for the Race - 1:17:48 54a - Junpin' Frogs - 1:19:04 54b - Frog Havoc - 1:19:50 55a - TootSweet Security - 1:20:34 55b - Horny is Caught! - 1:22:33 55c - Bailout - 1:22:42 56a - Sneaking in the Plumber's Union - 1:23:43 56b - Trapped! - 1:25:48 57 - Rigging Phone Calls - 1:26:55 58 - Creepy Mansion - 1:29:06 59a - Chef Childish's Kitchen - 1:31:35 59b - Setting the Frogs Free! - 1:32:45 60 - Frogs for the Rescue! - 1:33:24 61 - Underhanded Capture - 1:34:10 62a - Inside Golden Bowl - 1:34:55 62b - I Won the Lottery! - 1:36:05 63 - Sludgeworks Entrance - 1:37:15 64 - The Grand Chase - 1:39:29 65a - Treacherous Tram - 1:40:39 65b - Stanley Got Sacked! - 1:42:02 66 - Factory Monorail - 1:42:52 67 - Saving Dad - 1:44:18 68a - Hoooray! The Day is Saved! - 1:45:46 68b - Horny's Family - 1:46:58 69 - Game Over - Another Dimension - 1:47:07 69 - Game Over - Bonked by the Baddies - 1:47:32 69 - Game Over - Captured by The Bat - 1:48:21 69 - Game Over - Consequences #1 - 1:48:36 69 - Game Over - Consequences #2 - 1:50:53 69 - Game Over - Duffy Runaway - 1:52:04 69 - Game Over - Failed Drug Test - 1:53:43 69 - Game Over - Frumpton Carnival - 1:54:48 69 - Game Over - Hospital of Horrors - 1:55:52 69 - Game Over - Jailtime - 1:56:37 69 - Game Over - Military School - 1:57:22 69 - Game Over - Pastrami Quest - 1:58:04 69 - Game Over - Poorward - 1:58:33 69 - Game Over - Train and Mind Wreck - 1:59:32 UNK - Unused Tracks - 2:00:32 Get the full soundtrack in FLAC: http://vengefulchip.tk/the-adventures-of-willy-beamish-ibm-pc-soundblaster-pro-2/ _________________________________________________________________ If you found this useful, please consider supporting me on Patreon! See this video for more details: https://youtube.com/watch?v=kfYDIV0fuBA Link to Patreon campaign: https://patreon.com/VengefulChip _________________________________________________________________ Disclaimer --------------- All rights reserved to the original authors/composers/publishers of this game (or game port). By posting this here I intend no malice to any of the aforementioned individuals/groups/companies. If you feel that your rights have been breached by posting this here please do let me know here: http://vengefulchip.tk/contact/ I'll take immediate action in removing the content from either the site, YouTube or both.

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Playing Medical Minecraft with IBM Watson
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See how IBM’s Watson and their Medical Minecraft mod, co-developed with high-school teachers and students, uses cognitive computing to explore the human body. Speaker: Porter Stowell (Serious Games, IBM)

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Clinical features and progression of IBM, Tahseen Mozaffar, MD
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This was a session from The Myositis Association's 2019 Annual Patient Conference in Minneapolis. Myositis is often a challenge to diagnose, sometimes taking years to distinguish from other disorders. This is especially true for those who live with sIBM, many of whom say they suspected something was wrong a decade or more before they were diagnosed. This session will discuss the signs and symptoms of IBM and the course this disease usually takes.

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Future of work and business: Keynote by Futurist Speaker Gerd Leonhard, IBM Verse event CEBIT 2015
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This is my complete keynote presentation at the IBM #newwaytowork event at CEBIT in Hannover, March 18, 2015. More details and PDF download at http://gerd.fm/ibmcebitstuff In this talk I cover topics such as big data, artificial intelligence, automation and humarithms vs algorithms. Thanks to IBM for making this video available to me! Gerd Leonhard Futurist, Author and Keynote Speaker Basel / Switzerland http://www.futuristgerd.com or www.gerdleonhard.de Please note: audio-only versions of many videos are being made available here: http://gerd.fm/gerdaudiofeed or on the web at http://www.futuretalks.com My vimeo channel is here: https://vimeo.com/gerdfuturist (you can also download all videos from here). Most of my books, presentations and slideshows are available via http://www.gerdcloud.com

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The Tek 0161: Intel, IBM, Cisco, Etc. Against Net Neutrality
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Links: https://teksyndicate.com/videos/tek-0162-intel-ibm-cisco-etc-against-net-neutrality Music: http://bit.ly/Trk2ik, Merch: http://epicpants.com Game Deals: https://teksyndicate.com/gamedeals The Tek 0161 TOC: 0:00 - *INTRO* 0:09 - START 1:33 - Bring in Riker? Jonathan Frakes wants to direct 'Star Trek 3' 3:15 - Pirate Bay has been raided and taken down: Here's what we know, 'Each time police shut down Pirate Bay, we'll multiply other servers' - party head to RT, What comes after the Pirate Bay is a lot more important than whether it's up or down 7:31 - GCHQ follows NSA into paranoia -- Just as Julian Assange predicted 9:27 - SPONSOR SLOT 9:59 - Microsoft tells US: The world's servers are not yours for the taking 13:54 - Qualcomm, Intel, and others speak out against the Title II net neutrality 21:37 - HP will release a "revolutionary" new operating system in 2015 24:51 - Microsoft, Google, others threaten to sue Adblock Plus creator, Fraud from bots represents a loss of $6 billion in digital advertising 29:02 - It's here! Announcing Fedora 21 35:47 - Talking to dogs isn't so far-fetched: Researchers translate canine with computer science 37:43 - You've been using your monitor wrong this whole time 39:12 - British windfarms set new power production record 39:44 - Artificial skin that senses, and stretches, like the real thing 43:12 - 60,000 miles up: Space elevator could be built by 2035, says new study 44:35 - New 'high-entropy' alloy is as light as aluminium, as strong as titanium alloys 45:50 - Dean Hall starts recruiting for new game studio RocketWerkz 47:48 - iPhone 6 and iPhone6 Plus - Gamers 48:55 - Elite Dangerous Official Trailer (with added honesty) 50:32 - NetHack 53:24 - OUTRO, END ==== Join the community: https://teksyndicate.com/user/register You can create a new account or join using your google, steam, facebook, openID, twitter, linkedin, yahoo, etc. If you have questions, comments, suggestions, or if would like to use a portion of this video please email us: inbox@teksyndicate.com For marketing (sponsorship opportunities) inquiries email info@teksyndicate.com Social: Twitter: https://twitter.com/teksyndicate Logan's Twitter: https://twitter.com/Logan_RTW Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teksyndicate

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Updating my Dos/Win 95 Gaming Pc - IBM Aptiva - Part 1
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So it's too cold to make motorcycle vids so I'm inside messing with the pcs! I picked up this IBM Aptiva 2144-M51 and decided to make a Win 95/Dos gaming Pc! This will be a series of videos where I upgrade it to it's max potential! Thanks for watching!

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Proof of IBM
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Some of our community have requested some additional proof of our relationship with IBM. We hope this clarifies the partnership and our relationship with IBM.

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IBM Sterling Tutorial: File System Adapter Best Online Training @ Infinite Dreams Technologies
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This IBM Sterling B2B Integrator Tutorial talks about : 1. What is Adapter Service? 2. How to create a File Adapter Service? 3. Create a File System Adapter Service. 4. Create a Business Process 5. Deploy and Test a File System Adapter Service. For training in IBM Products please call us : Email : training.infinitedreams@gmail.com Visit Us: www.infinitedreams.org Call us : +1(309)205-4120

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IBM 1 MILLION BITCOIN! GERMANY 'BAKKT'! MICHIGAN UNI UP CRYPTO! STANFORD PRIVATE ETH!
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Curated crypto news focusing on key insights and relevant implications, with time stamps for each news! 00:14 BTC = $1M, IBM Head of Blockchain Predicts, IBM expand partnership beyond XLM to XRP, Bitcoin, stablecoin etc; 04:07 Germany to Launch Crypto Physical Futures; 07:34 Michigan Uni Endowment Ups Crypto Investment; 09:27 Pantera Capital Seals $130 Million for Third Crypto Fund; 14:07 Latin America’s Largest Investment Bank to Launch Own Security Token; 16:10 Stanford Researchers Develop Privacy Mechanism for Ethereum; 17:40 Third-Top Exchange OKEx Lists Ripple and Bitcoin Cash; 18:42 MyEtherWallet New Platform Converts Crypto to Fiat Without Know Your Customer Requirements; 20:20 ConsenSys Backs Ethereum-Based Unlisted Infrastructure Investment Startup Allinfra; 21:13 Binance Partners Zcoin in Blockchain-Powered School Lunch Campaign; 22:30 Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano Advices Warren Buffett to Buy Bitcoin; 24:12 Thai Parliament Approves Amendments Allowing Issuance of Tokenized Securities; 24:52 Korea Looks To US Decision on Bitcoin ETF; 26:40 UK Auction House to Sell Off $430K in Crypto Confiscated by Belgian Police. ---------------------------------------------------- Open An Account With Binance! https://www.binance.com/?ref=35677348 ---------------------------------------------------- Protect your crypto assets with LEDGER wallet: https://www.ledger.com?r=88a9903bf7db ---------------------------------------------------- Get ready for next RALLY - Spread awareness and knowledge of crypto around, especially to your ladies families, friends: www.queenakok.com

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IBM Internship | IBM Recruitment 2020 | 2021| 2022 IBM Hiring for Interns | Off Campus Internship
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IBM internship 2021 | IBM Recruitment 2020 | 2021| 2022 Batch - job in IBM | IBM Hiring for Interns | Off campus internship | IBM internship for 2022 | internship in IBM | How to apply for internship in IBM| internship recruitment 2021 | off campus drive for 2021 2022 2020 | IBM Internship 2021, Hiring for Interns at IBM | IBM off campus recruitment 2021 | IBM recruitment 2021 how to apply | Any Branch Can Apply IBM Internship Apply Link: https://careers.ibm.com/job/12910179/ #ibminternship #ibmoffcampusdrive #howtogetinternshipinibm #internship #internship2021 #ibmrecruitment2021 #ittechiegirl #jobs #internship #recruitment2021 #offcampusdrive2021

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MQ Light in IBM MQ: IBM Interconnect 2015 session AME4182
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Alberta Health Services (AHS) Artificial Intelligence CoP - IBM
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Presenters: Rehan Qureshi, Advait Bopardikar, Ramey Ghabros Abstract: The next 5 years will see a wave of personalization, automation and enhanced citizen services enabled by artificial intelligence and cognitive solutions. Healthcare organizations have the potential and the imperative to embrace this transformation to improve service delivery and reduce costs. We invite you to attend a session hosted by the IBM Public Sector team. We will share our Roadmap to the Cognitive Enterprise, examples of RPA/Chatbots/Innovation Factories, use cases for government and health and discuss how to get there. Topics: AI Overview, Data Stewardship, Human Augmentation, Roadmap to Cognitive Enterprise, RPA, QA Automation, Visual Recognition, Chatbots, Innovation Factory

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Humanizing Software with Allison Bacon, Global Sales Executive for IBM Security
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Welcome to Humanizing Software! A Livecast, dedicated to People Driven Tech. Each week we spotlight a technology leader that is Humanizing Software to solve real-world business challenges. This week, our host Andrew Tull, welcomes Allison Bacon, the Global Sales Executive for IBM Security, focused on the growth of Threat Management SaaS solutions. Allison is a trusted leader with a drive to achieve the impossible. After receiving her degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Arizona, she began her sales career at Dell Technologies, later moving to sales at IBM. 15 years later after the acquisition of Internet Security Systems, selling Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) to Federal government accounts, she turned her focus on protecting and growing the recurring revenue stream across the IBM Security portfolio. Shifting her career to SaaS in 2015, Allison continues to drive Security SaaS revenue growth strategies. We can’t wait to dive into conversation with Allison. Join us LIVE for episode 15 of Humanizing Software! Powered by Tailwind Business Ventures. Join us as we embrace our "People First" mission. www.tailwindsw.com

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Ringworld: Revenge of the Patriarch - Tsunami Media, Inc., 1992 - IBM/PC (4K)
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A playthrough of the first Ringworld title, published by Tsunami in 1992. Tsunami was formed in 1991 by Edmond Heinbockel, former chief financial officer of Sierra On-Line. The company's first adventure title, Ringworld: Revenge of the Patriarch, was based on Larry Niven's Ringworld novel series. Ringworld was received with mediocre reviews at best and declared the 14th-worst computer game ever released by Computer Gaming World, nonetheless the title managed to spawn a sequel in 1994. Enjoy and please remember to visit my blog at https://www.retro365.blog where I post new articles every month.

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IBM AS/400 Mini Mainframe Frame Arrives!! (+ Package + Tag Response) :o)
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http://www.retrogamervx.com Iprodeveloper forum thread: http://www.iprodeveloper.com/forums/aft/148384#6921401 Timeteam1982's channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/timeteam1982 EquallibriumGaming's channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/hwc1218 Center for Computing History Museum: http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/ Andy's channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/zombieAndy1979 I am also on Twitter too if you want more insanity in your life,have a website showing all my vids, my collection and a blog etc, and a Facebook group :o) Twitter : http://twitter.com/RetroGamerVX Facebook : Cut and paste this search "RetroGamerVX, Retro gaming" QUESTIONS: 1) Lets start with the cpu, although I've looked at IBM's system builders manual, they use their own codes in their so I cannot find the part numbers for either the cpu or tape drive. If anybody can help me with model numbers that would be suitable for this project, that would be useful :o) 2) With the tape drive, I've also been informed that you can use generic tape drives of the era to talk to this kind of set up and don't specifically need an IBM system, can you advise me on this as I am a complete novice. 3) With the hard drive, I believe I need about 1.2gb of storage. Can I use 9332's in this set up (I've been told they may be troublesome), or do I need another kind of storage solution (please advise). 4) And now for the largest problem.....the OS. I know that I will need os/400 for this, but is there a way to get a copy without sourcing from ibm (not a rich guy so no way I can afford it from them). I've also been told that I would need a copy specific to my hardware configuration. Is this true, and is there any way around this? 5) Ok, the other thing is, does anybody know of anywhere I can get the hardware for this without paying premium prices? If anybody knows, it would be a LOT of help :o) I hope you've enjoyed my video and any help you can give me with any of the points above, or any other thing you can think of will be very much appreciated :o)

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Dr. Dhiraj Joshi, IBM Watson, Speaks at Penn State Startup Week 2018
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Dr. Dhiraj Joshi, a 2007 Penn State alumni and current Senior Research Scientist at IBM Watson, speaks about his passion for artificial intelligence, multimedia analysis and multimedia data mining during Penn State Startup Week 2018.

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Heart of China - Dynamix/Sierra On-Line, 1991 - IBM/PC (4K)
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A playthrough of Dynamix's second adventure title, Heart of China published by Dynamix/Sierra On-Line in 1991. Heart of China, inspired by big-screen adventures like Raiders of the Lost Ark and High Road to China, was developed using the Dynamix Game Development System, the same framework used in Rise of the Dragon released a year prior. The artwork used a mixture of digitized photos of live actors and hand-painted backgrounds. With a tight production budget, Dynamix had to recruit the cast of actors from the company's own employees and their families. The game's fantastic atmospheric settings, employing great color palettes and beautiful hand-drawn backgrounds looked amazing at the time and still do. The narrative while a bit on the cheesy and stereotypical side still makes for a great adventure. Enjoy and please remember to visit my blog at https://www.retro365.blog where I post new articles every month. Intro 0:00 Hong Kong 5:37 Chengdu 32:04 Kathmandu 50:14 Istanbul 1:17:32 The Orient Express 1:51:57 Paris 1:58:30

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Stellar Lumens Free Airdrop, Libra Currencies, IBM Hyperledger & LG Blockchain Phone
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Central Bank Stable Coins, Binance Visa Card, New Bakkt CEO & IBM + Ripple?
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Ed Walsh, IBM | CUBE Conversation February 2020
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theCUBE host Dave Vellante (@Dvellante) is joined by Ed Walsh from IBM for a CUBEConversation from our Boston studios #theCUBE #CUBEConversation https://siliconangle.com/2020/02/12/ibm-simplifies-storage-new-flashsystem-family/ IBM aims to simplify storage with new FlashSystem family IBM Corp. is trying to eliminate some of the complexity of data storage with a new family of flash storage products it introduced today to meet the needs of a large array of enterprises, including entry-level, midrange and high-end systems that extend to hybrid and multicloud environments. The new IBM FlashSystem is a family of products meant to address the varying storage requirements of organizations ranging from startups to large-scale enterprises. As the company explains, different businesses have different needs for their storage, with things such as performance, scalability, data services, functionality and high availability just some of the considerations. Traditionally storage vendors have solved this the easy way, simply by providing a massive range of different storage products for different purposes. That’s all well and good, but as the number of storage platforms an organization uses rises, so does the level of complexity they need to deal with. Complexity is never a good thing when it comes to information technology. In the case of storage, it means using different management systems for each storage platform, different ways to troubleshoot problems, different application programming interfaces in order to interact with those systems, different paths to the cloud and many other headaches. Add to that, most enterprises use several systems from multiple providers, adding to the headaches they need to deal with. The complexity means that organizations often have to delay the deployment of new storage technologies, while it also limits their flexibility and drives up costs. In an exclusive interview with Wikibon analyst Dave Vellante on SiliconANGLE’s mobile livestreaming studio theCUBE, Ed Walsh, IBM’s general manager of Storage and Software Defined Infrastructure, said the storage landscape has evolved into the complicated mess it is today because in the past, there was really no other way of doing things. “There’s always been a difference between high-end solution sets and low-end solution sets,” Walsh said. “Everything was based upon the features people needed, for example right availability, the right price points, features, functions, availability. It made sense that you had to have a unique thing. But because of the innovation we’ve driven, you no longer have to do that.” Perhaps the single-most important innovation with the new IBM FlashSystem family is that each system runs the same software stack. IBM Spectrum Virtualize provides the same “enterprise class data services” for entry-level all the way up to its high-end systems, while also enabling “nondisruptive data movement” and cloud and container deployments with supported storage, the company said. FlashSystem also provides consistent APIs for automating the provisioning and management of storage, supporting approaches including bare metal, virtualized, containerized and hybrid/multicloud workloads. “Our platforms are now one: It’s going to be one software and one API to manage,” Walsh said. “We’re going to do simplification without compromise we’re gonna give you what you need. You’re going to need an entry level packaging, midrange and high-end, but it’s going to be one software allows you to meet every single price requirement and functionality.” The new storage family comprises the IBM FlashSystem 9200, a high-end system for the most demanding of enterprise storage requirements; IBM FlashSystem 9200R, which is for customers that need a system that’s fully assembled, installed and configured by IBM’s engineers; IBM FlashSystem 7200, which provides hybrid and multi-cloud functionality for midrange enterprise deployments; and a number of entry-level offerings, including FlashSystem 5010, 5030 and 5100. IBM further promises “six nines” availability across all price points, with two- and three- site replication, cross-site high-availability configurations and the option for guaranteed 100% data availability. FlashSystem is managed in the cloud with IBM Storage Insights, which provides artificial intelligence-based analytics for insights into best practice recommendations plus 24/7 access to support when it’s needed. AI also powers the IBM EasyTier capability that helps to make sure the right data is placed in the right tier at the right time. With it, the “hottest” or most-used blocks of data move up the tiers as necessary when they’re more frequently accessed, while “cooler” blocks of data move down. ...

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Webinar IBM Safeguarded Copy for FlashSystem - Protection against evolving threats
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IBM NetVista 6274-18U All In One Pentium 4 PC
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A belated look at an early Socket 478 all in one computer made by IBM. It has a 1.8 GHz CPU that almost certainly belongs to the Willamette family of Pentium 4 silicon. While it might sound completely stupid or fantastic to consider contacting a TV show production company in search of computer parts, there are some production companies that have auctioned off old props. I was, after all, slightly desperate to find a power supply. Luckily, a power supply showed up on eBay for a price that I was willing to pay! The rest, as they say, is history...

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IBM + Facebook, Bitcoin Flash Crash, Tether Futures & EOS Update...Kinda
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In-Memory Big Data for Power10 a personal perspective | H. Peter Hofstee | IBM & TU Delft
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Mr. Peter Hofstee, professor from TU Delft & Research staff member at IBM has delivered his presentation on In-Memory Big Data for Power10 a personal perspective.

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The Epic Rise And Fall of IBM
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In this video we go over the epic rise and fall of technology giant IBM. IBM was once America's most innovative tech companies but they were eventually surpassed by Apple, Microsoft, Google, and others. We go into a deep dive of IBM's history and their future outlook. Join our free Discord Server: https://discord.gg/VBd6cA4jUt Check out our second channel WSM Research: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQUOscigSQWCVG8m-ZC8wiw #WallStreetMillenial

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IBM i Cloud Migration Considerations
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Learn how to size your POWER9 Power Systems servers with confidence. Download the IBM i capacity planning guide today! https://www.helpsystems.com/cta/how-right-size-power9-capacity-configuration Imagine your boss says it’s time to migrate to the cloud. He’s excited about being the first on the block, plus it would look good to eliminate the capital expenditure (capex) of your on-prem data center. So, what’s it going to take? Many businesses are looking to migrate IBM Power workloads to one or more providers in the growing IBM i cloud market. But moving to the cloud isn’t just an infrastructure refresh exercise—you’re re-engineering the underlying architecture of your core business applications. Watch this recorded webinar where our IBM i experts walk you through the performance configurations you should consider before moving to the cloud, including I/O, CPW, disk, memory, and more! You’ll also learn: - How to identify workloads best suited for cloud - Sizing techniques designed to avoid excessive charges - How to streamline data replication during the transition period - Data security risks and how to avoid them - Licensing considerations Moving to the cloud is a big project, and one thing’s for sure: once you’re there, you don’t want to be forced to move back due to performance issues. That’s why it pays to plan carefully for the cloud. Watch now!

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Bob Way Answers The Question, When Moon? PayPal Now Doing Instant Transfers? IBM Custody
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IBM Cybersecurity Webinar: The Need for Data and Cyber Resilient Storage
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Cybersecurity is a topic that continues to dominate the IT landscape. Cyber resilience is critical to enabling business acceleration by preparing for, responding to, and recovering from cyber threats like ransomware. Organizations of all sizes should be aware of how to leverage IBM data and cyber resilient storage if they want to have a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy without breaking the bank. Please join us for a webinar event by industry leaders Storcom and IBM. IBM's Tony Pearson and Storcom's Dave Kluger will guide you through the following features of IBM' Storage's cyber resilient storage to ensure your organization's most valuable asset (your data!) is protected: -Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) and Multi-Tenancy -Encryption and Secure Erase -Data Immutability -IBM Safeguarded Copy for Logical Corruption Protection

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Eric Herzog & Sam Werner, IBM | CUBEconversation
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Dave Vellante talks with Eric Herzog & Sam Werner, IBM, in this edition of CUBEconversations

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Getting an IBM XT 5160 with 10MB HDD
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I just picked up this IBM 5160 the other day and I'm really excited to try and get it going! I am stunned the HDD is still working in this computer! Who knows when it was last powered on, if the head was parked, or how roughly it's been treated. I'll probably make this computer my dual monitor system once I move a color card into it since its 8 ISA slots make it easier to waste one on a weird setup like that. I'm definitely leaving the original HDD in there though and am going to use it. It's just to cool to pull and replace with an XT-IDE. Playlists of more stuff like this: Computers: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJVwF78cppBjb_EinOYA2QnzaNwryOvfE Repairs: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJVwF78cppBjvYSP5UdayY7te1vBthEv2 1980s: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJVwF78cppBgCQCjbuyVorx-YC_HmxX4r Other Links Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/AkBKukU Github: https://github.com/AkBKukU Thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/AkBKukU Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/AkBKukU Discord: https://discord.gg/E6xgGs6

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Rashik Parmar, IBM Academy of Technology, 9 December 2014 - FT Innovation Lecture Series
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Innovation is essential for survival in today's competitive world. However, with the rapid advances in client expectations, and enabling technologies, how can we inspire the right innovations? How can we maximise the effectiveness and productivity of innovation activities? In this talk Rashik shares his perspectives on these questions.

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Early 1980s IBM PC Public Domain Gaming
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This video demonstrates some shareware and public domain titles for the IBM PC (and compatibles) from my personal 5.25" floppy disk collection from the late 1980s. The PC in this video is a Commodore PC 10-S (Siemens 8088 running at 4.77MHz and 640kB of memory) + monochrome monitor (the IBM 5151). 00:00 Bootup 00:21 R.J.Grafe's 1983 "Centipede" 03:15 Sheng-Chung's 1983 "Pango" 05:04 Vince Bly's "Bricks" 06:25 "TIC-TAC-TOE" 07:53 Columbia Data Products, Inc's "Space Commanders" 09:46 Wally Wasinger's 1986 "Night Fire" 12:04 Williams Electronics/Atari 1982/1983 "Joust" 13:48 "Global Thermonuclear War!" 15:06 Max Headroom demo 15:39 John D.Price and PC Research, Inc. 1983/1984 "3-Demon" 19:15 "Pyramid-Power" 20:22 "PC Golf" 23:01 Peter Adams' 1984 "Flightmare" 28:17 Elven Software Company's 1986 "Round 42" 33:09 Dave Baskin's "Bouncing Babies" 36:06 Pinball 37:28 Don Phillip Gibson's 1985 MS-DOS adaption of "Monopoly" 40:40 Bill Seiler's 1985 "Spacewar" For more information about displaying color graphics on a text-only monochrome monitor: https://youtu.be/e1xgHZpiONk

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Livestream Webinar | Đột phá hiệu suất trong vận hành doanh nghiệp | FPT | IBM | AVD Production
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Broken Sword - Virgin Interactive, 1996 - IBM/PC (4K) Part 1/2
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A playthrough of Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars, published by Virgin Interactive in 1996. The Shadow of the Templar, known as Circle of Blood in the US was the first title in the Broken Sword series and was co-written and directed by Charles Cecil, and developed by his Revolution Software. It was acclaimed by critics, who praised the game's story, art direction, musical score, voice acting, and writing, and would over the next handful of years sell around a million copies. This is part 1 of 2. Enjoy and please remember to visit my blog at https://www.retro365.blog where I post new articles every month. Intro 0:00 Paris 2:19 Lochmarne 1:39:05 Paris 2:24:34

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Broken Sword - Virgin Interactive, 1996 - IBM/PC (4K) Part 2/2
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A playthrough of Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars, published by Virgin Interactive in 1996. The Shadow of the Templar, known as Circle of Blood in the US was the first title in the Broken Sword series and was co-written and directed by Charles Cecil, and developed by his Revolution Software. It was acclaimed by critics, who praised the game's story, art direction, musical score, voice acting, and writing, and would over the next handful of years sell around a million copies. This is part 2 of 2. Enjoy and please remember to visit my blog at https://www.retro365.blog where I post new articles every month. Marib 0:00 Paris 38:31 Spain 47:51 Paris 1:05:50 Spain 1:34:45 Paris 1:55:03 Scottland 1:59:23 Credits 2:26:08

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AIV Network$ / C.E.O - IBM-PC CDDA Soundtrack
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Composer: Thierry Carron Year: 1995 Recorded from the game's CDDA tracks Tracklist: ------------ 01 - Spring - 00:00 02 - Summer - 04:25 03 - Autumn - 08:54 04 - Winter - 12:01 05 - News Flash - 16:24 06 - Economic Upturn - 16:34 07 - Christmas - 19:36 08 - Game Over - 19:50 UN - Unknown #1 - 20:05 UN - Unknown #2 - 20:15 UN - Unknown #3 - 20:31 Get the full soundtrack in FLAC: http://vengefulchip.tk/aiv-network-c-e-o-ibm-pc-cdda/ _________________________________________________________________ If you found this useful, please consider supporting me on Patreon! See this video for more details: https://youtube.com/watch?v=kfYDIV0fuBA Link to Patreon campaign: https://patreon.com/VengefulChip _________________________________________________________________ Disclaimer --------------- All rights reserved to the original authors/composers/publishers of this game (or game port). By posting this here I intend no malice to any of the aforementioned individuals/groups/companies. If you feel that your rights have been breached by posting this here please do let me know here: http://vengefulchip.tk/contact/ I'll take immediate action in removing the content from either the site, YouTube or both.

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Ep 163: We are Live! Talking HPE, Google, NVIDIA, Qualcomm, IBM, OpenAI, Dell Tech and Intel
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Leading global tech analysts Patrick Moorhead (Moor Insights & Strategy) and Daniel Newman (Futurum Research) are front and center on The Six Five analyzing the tech industry's biggest news each and every week and also conducting interviews with tech industry "insiders" on a regular basis. The Six Five represents six (6) handpicked topics that will be covered for five (5) minutes each. Welcome to this week’s edition of “The 6-5.” I’m Patrick Moorhead with Moor Insights & Strategy, co-host, joined by Daniel Newman with Futurum Research. On this week’s show we will be talking: 4:50 HPE Storage Day 12:35 Google, NVIDIA, Qualcomm Spar on AI Domination 20:47 IBM Z Goes Rack Mount 26:24 Italy Bans OpenAI 35:31 Dell Announces Qualcomm-Based Laptop 41:11 Intel Announces 13th Gen vPro HPE Storage Day https://twitter.com/PatrickMoorhead/status/1643299409046777857?s=20 https://twitter.com/danielnewmanUV/status/1643349288511057924?s=20 Google, NVIDIA, Qualcomm Spar on AI Domination https://www.cnbc.com/2023/04/05/google-reveals-its-newest-ai-supercomputer-claims-it-beats-nvidia-.html https://twitter.com/PatrickMoorhead/status/1643792415457783808?s=20 IBM Z Goes Rack Mount https://twitter.com/PatrickMoorhead/status/1643292276800512015?s=20 Italy Bans OpenAI https://apnews.com/article/chatgpt-openai-data-privacy-italy-1e3f070ca86ec234cae4d08ac8443879 https://futurumresearch.com/research-notes/italy-dpa-announces-ban-of-openais-chatgpt-will-other-eu-countries-follow-suit/ Dell Announces Qualcomm-Based Laptop https://futurumresearch.com/research-notes/dells-first-windows-on-arm-architecture-laptop-is-using-the-qualcomm-snapdragon-8cx-gen-2-soc/ Intel Announces 13th Gen vPro https://futurumresearch.com/research-notes/intel-announces-vpro-platform-with-13th-gen-processors/ Disclaimer: This show is for information and entertainment purposes only. While we will discuss publicly traded companies on this show. The contents of this show should not be taken as investment advice.

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IBM TV 29 April 2020 Startup Wednesday Gravitas AI
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Gravitas showcasing - AI BOT demo (www.gravitas.ai) on IBM.TV- 29 April 2020 "Startup Wednesday- Tech Day" #Startups #Business #techday #Innovations #smallbusiness #mediumbusiness #funding #growthstory #investors #innovations #unicorns #worldnews #ibmtv

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Coursera: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (AI-IBM) Quiz Answers | All Week Quiz and Answers
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Coursera: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (AI-IBM) Quiz Answers | All Week Quiz and Answers. Course:- Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Organization- IBM Platform- Coursera In This Video:- Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Coursera Week 1 Quiz Answers Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Coursera Week 2 Quiz Answers Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Coursera Week 3 Quiz Answers Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Coursera Week 4 Final Assignment Part 1 Solutions LINK- http://courserasolutions.info/2020/07/18/introduction-to-artificial-intelligence-ai-week-4-final-assignment-part-one-solution/ Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Coursera Week 4 Final Assignment Part 2 Solutions LINK- http://courserasolutions.info/2020/07/18/introduction-to-artificial-intelligence-ai-by-ibm-peer-graded-assignment-final-assignment-part-two-solutions/ #IBM #INTRODUCTION_TO_AI #COURSERA

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Computer History: IBM 1919 - 1970 Computing Tabulating Recording (data processing, mainframe 360 NU)
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IBM Computer History - Restored from an ancient VHS copy, this vintage IBM made film shows IBM’s impressive growth and product versatility from 1919 to about 1970. Film starts at the year 1919, and shows the celebration at Endicott, New York, the "birthplace" of IBM. At that time the company was still called CTR for “Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company.” CTR was renamed "International Business Machines" in 1924. This black & white film runs 22 minutes. Provided for educational and historical purposes; Computer History Archives Project. (Film courtesy of IBM Archives.) Highlights: 0:19 IBM Convention, Endicott New York in 1919 0:22 Vertical card sorter; Tabulating Machines 01:10 IBM Executive School, sales staff 01:50 Thomas J. Watson, Sr., 1924 IBM named 02:05 The 100 percent club, Atlantic City 02:40 Old numerical printers 05:15 First IBM 600 Multiplier machine 1929 06:00 Thomas J. Watson, Sr., speaks *** 06:51 Thomas J. Watson, Jr., speaks 09:28 World War II influences 10:32 War ends; 10:34 Digital Computing Machine production 13:55 Random Access devices 17:00 IBM System/360 18:00 1964 IBM day at New York World’s Fair 18:20 President Eisenhower with Mr. Watson 19:00 Business and scientific applications & more Endicott New York is perhaps best known as the "Birthplace of IBM". The Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company (CTR) was founded in Endicott on June 16, 1911, through the consolidation of the International Time Recording Company (ITR), The Tabulating Machine Company, Computing Scale Company, and Bundy Time Recording. Stats: original view count 13,740

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EP 45 - IBM CEO Ginni Rometty's Path to Success: Overcoming Adversity and Thriving
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0:00 Intro 01:17 Ginni's book - Good Power 03:39 Ginni on becoming IBM's CEO 07:00 The Infinite Game 10:00 Ginni's childhood adversity 14:23 Is hard work controversial? 18:34 Obstacles, risk-taking, victimhood 24:30 Should you fit in or should you stand out? 33:54 What should change and what should endure 42:53 Chat GPT, the state of AI 46:44 Lessons from Ginni's book We had the privilege to host Ginni Rometty, former IBM CEO and author of the thought-provoking book "Good Power." Join us as she shares her remarkable journey of overcoming adversities and navigating her illustrious career in the tech industry. From her early struggles to becoming a trailblazing leader, Ginni Rometty's story is one of resilience, determination, and the transformative power of embracing challenges. Discover her insights on leadership, innovation, and the pursuit of good power in this inspiring conversation. 🎙️ The Aarthi and Sriram Show: Aarthi Ramamurthy and Sriram Krishnan host conversations with leading builders, and CEOs and reveal what it takes to make it to the inside. 🔊 Listen On Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2CuAlPdZGhV1yxShmdcYh6?si=1f1ef00601ce46d0 🔊 Listen on Apple Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/aarthi-and-srirams-good-time-show/id1624345213 📕 Subscribe on Substack: https://substack.com/profile/113921987-aarthi-and-srirams-podcast 📷 Follow Sriram on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sriramk/ 🐦 Follow Sriram On Twitter: https://twitter.com/sriramk?s=20 📷 Follow Aarthi On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aarthir/?hl=en 🐦Follow Aarthi On Twitter: https://twitter.com/aarthir

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Installing the Last Version of IBM OS/2 on the $5 Windows 98 PC
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