Tag: IBM

IBM Announced as COP27 Technology Partner

“IBM is honored to be technology partner in this year’s historic COP conference and to help address the existential challenge of climate change,” said IBM’s Chairman and CEO Arvind Krishna.

IBM Appoints Julia Carvalho as General Manager for IBM Growth Markets in Africa

Ms. Carvalho will be responsible for IBM’s business operations, growing its partner ecosystem and driving client satisfaction across multiple regions in Africa. 

OP-ED: What’s Next for AI in Africa

IBM Research Africa has invited all academics, students, developers, researchers and AI practitioners to join the conversation on the future of AI and the role of the African computing community in inventing ‘What's Next for AI’ in Africa.

IBM Appoints Saad Toma General Manager for Africa, Middle East

During his tenure at IBM, Mr. Toma has held several leadership roles including Global Chief Operating Officer of GTS, in which he was responsible for the management of GTS business operations and adopting a more cognitive business model in support of IBM's clients’ needs.

IBM Unveils World’s First 2 Nanometer Chip Technology

This latest breakthrough builds on decades of IBM leadership in semiconductor innovation. The company’s semiconductor development efforts are based at its research lab located at the Albany Nanotech Complex in Albany, NY, where IBM scientists work in close collaboration with public and private sector partners to push the boundaries of logic scaling and semiconductor capabilities. 

Supporting the Women Who Fuel Africa’s Future

My work affords me the privilege of meeting and listening to some very inspiring women who are helping bring about significant changes using technology. As I interact with them and watch them, I realize that we all need to be intentional about promoting women at the workplace. That is an important start, but for full and effective participation we first have to make sure our young women develop a keen interest in technology and science-related subjects at an early age.