Through its $100 million investment, IBM has trained 247 faculty and distributed no-charge access to cloud, AI and quantum computing software, courseware, tutorials and over 330 university guest lecturers across 40 HBCUs.

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[ad_1] ARMONK, NY, May 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced today it has extended its IBM Global University Program with historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to 40 schools. IBM is now working…

Former LSE chief Rolet preps fintech Spac - Bloomberg

Former LSE chief Rolet preps fintech Spac (via…

[ad_1] Former London Stock Exchange CEO Xavier Rolet is planning to get in on the fintech Spac frenzy by launching his own $300 million blank cheque company, according to Bloomberg. The US-listed special purpose acquisition…

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Bipartisan Bill aims to boost US tech research,…

[ad_1] WASHINGTON • Senate committee leaders in the United States have drafted a compromise US$110 billion (S$146 billion) measure for basic and advanced technology research and science over five years and the creation of a…

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[ad_1] AllTheResearch published a new global report on “Quantum Computing Market Size 2021-2026” which provides a comprehensive segmental study with industry-best intelligence on the current and future market positions of key segments of the global…

AUC receives nearly $32M in direct funding from American Rescue Plan

AUC receives nearly $32M in direct funding from…

[ad_1] U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff speaks during a press conference at Clark Atlanta University on Friday, May 7, 2021. (Photo: Itoro N. Umontuen/The Atlanta Voice) U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff, along with U.S. Representatives Hank Johnson…