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Restlessly reinventing since 1911, International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) has decades of experience strategically partnering with leading government organizations all over the globe, to help them build innovative technology solutions that accelerate the digital transformation of government.

IBM provides hybrid cloud and AI solutions with a platform-centric approach, focused on providing two primary sources of client value – technology and business expertise. These solutions draw from an industry-leading portfolio of capabilities in software, consulting services, and a deep incumbency in mission-critical systems, all bolstered by one of the world's leading research organizations. IBM is committed to unleashing the transformative potential of foundation models and generative AI. We provide open, trusted, and targeted value-creating AI solutions for government and businesses. Watsonx, our integrated AI and data platform, embodies these principles, offering a seamless, efficient, and responsible approach to AI deployment across a variety of environments.

The essentials of transforming government are rooted in hybrid cloud, data and AI, automation, and cybersecurity. Each are foundational for government to continue to take bold steps forward – let's embrace the age of AI value creation together.

We all want to see our ideal human values reflected in our technologies. We expect technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) to not lie to us, to not discriminate, and to be safe for us and our children to use. Yet many AI creators are currently facing backlash for the biases, inaccuracies and problematic data practices being exposed in their models. These issues require more than a technical, algorithmic or AI-based solution. In reality, a holistic, socio-technical approach is required.
You are invited to virtual educational event on March 20th - “Cybersecurity resilience by design.”
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Every generation, technologies emerge that transform humanity — from the creation of the wheel and the advent of the automobile to the invention of the modern computer and the internet. We’re at the brink of another metamorphic shift with the rise of artificial intelligence (AI). AI allows organizations to mimic human intelligence — understand, reason, learn and interact. In its simplest form, AI combines computer science algorithms and robust datasets to enable problem-solving, pattern recognition and predictions.
With all the recent excitement around Generative AI – organizations are asking the same three questions:
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September 11-14, 2023 Las Vegas, NV | MGM Grand Hotel The must-attend event for technologists using IBM products and solutions
Everybody is talking about generative AI – sometimes with a mix of excitement and anxiety but few doubt that the advances we are seeing represent a huge opportunity for those that act quickly — and strategically. So what is generative AI? Generative AI refers to deep-learning models that can generate high-quality text, images, and other content based on the data they were trained on.
At Think 2023, IBM announced null, an AI and data platform designed to help enterprises scale and accelerate the impact of the most advanced AI with trusted data.
IBMers have always aspired to make a lasting, positive impact on the world — both internally, and in our work with clients and partners. We have a strong heritage of aligning business goals with broader ethical, equitable and environmental impact. This is another critical way we fulfill our mission to be the catalyst that makes the world work better.
IBM Security released its annual X-Force Threat Intelligence Index finding that although ransomware's share of incidents declined only slightly (4 percentage points) from 2021 to 2022, defenders were more successful detecting and preventing ransomware. Despite this, attackers continued to innovate with the report showing the average time to complete a ransomware attack dropped from 2 months down to less than 4 days.
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DFW shares update on Digital Iris – digital airport concierge assists busy travelers and offers a seamless experience for arriving at future destinations
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Applying AI to answer customer questions and predict bus arrival times