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Insilico Medicine, a Baltimore-based artificial intelligence company specializing in drug discovery, is hoping to mine the brains of medicinal chemists, the people who come up with drugs. If successful, that could mean Insilico will be able to generate ideas for new, better drugs much faster than can be done presently. The crowdsourced project, which Insilico [...]

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At a press and analyst event in San Francisco on December 13, company officials showed off some of the incremental AI-powered updates it is introducing to these services. Microsoft’s overriding message was that in addition to providing big-bang AI advances, like its just-unveiled quantum-computing development kit, it also is delivering more “everyday AI” ones, too, by [...]

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The organizations’ software development focus on delivering durable product to their customers keeping in mind the needs and requirements. Developing a Quality Software is a “tough row to hoe” because there are several issues and consequences in terms of changing business, deployment of software etc. To put all things at place, organizations founded methods to develop [...]

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First of all, let`s define what is B2B food marketplace and how it works. B2B food marketplace is the platform that connects B2B food sellers (such as manufacturers, distributors, or vendors) to bulk buyers and foodservice businesses (restaurants, supermarkets, caterers, cafes, and hotels.) The main goal of B2B online marketplace is to make the process of selling [...]

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TechCrunch has learned that Apple has acquired a small French startup called Regaind, according to multiple sources. As always, Apple is very quiet when it comes to acquisitions, but it’s always interesting to learn more about Apple’s interests. We’ve reached out to Apple and the company sent us the following statement: “Apple buys smaller technology companies from [...]

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Writing code is hard. For some, this may come as a surprise, software quality assurance and testing are not easier. Of course, reporting bugs may not require too much technical skills. But the same cannot be said about evaluating a product from customer’s perspective, understanding software product features, developing a test strategy, planning the test [...]

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IBM and MIT recently launched a new collaborative research lab designed to propel breakthroughs in the field of artificial intelligence over the next decade. The deal involves a US$240 million dollar investment over 10 years from IBM, one of the largest ever seen between a university and a private company. MIT is no stranger to [...]

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Much of the initial interest in cryptocurrencies centered around their potential as alternatives to fiat currencies. Now attention has shifted to the upside potential of open distributed ledger technologies known as blockchain. A clear indication of blockchain’s increasing maturity is how the emerging fintech sector, which was once dominated by tech start-ups, is becoming crowded [...]

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The CIO Tech Poll: Economic Outlook 2017 study was conducted to gauge how current economic conditions are affecting tech spending plans among IT leaders. The results confirm that tech executives are managing multiple modes of IT delivery, with a greater focus on faster-paced/agile IT. Key findings include: Technology investments are expected to increase in the next [...]

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Organisations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (Emea) spent €6.3bn on IT outsourcing during the first six months of 2017 as high value traditional deals increased, according to research. Traditional outsourcing deals – where a supplier takes on responsibility for an IT service and brings its own people in to run it, or develops and supports software [...]

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