Lately, one of the popular tech companies, IBM has made several announcements. One such announcement is the planned acquisition of the company Resilient Systems, Inc. that aims to provide a proactive and comprehensive approach to the organizations to respond to the cyber breaches quickly and effectively across segments such as products, services, and consulting. With the acquired company being a leader in the incident response segment, IBM will now be in a position to offer the first integrated end-to-end security operations as well as response platform in the industry. This will keep the attacks away with the solutions to protect and detect to response.
Stephen Gordon and Phil Bowermaster, the hosts of this radio talk show, discuss a key breakthrough in the segment of artificial intelligence. Using chips that are packed densely with the RPU tiles, the researchers state that a resistive computing based Al system that is once built can achieve many performance enhancements. Well, these performance enhancements might range up to 30,000 times as compared with the current architectures. This is possible with around 84,000 GigaOps/second/watt of power efficiency. If it manages to become a reality, we can realize the fantasy vision of Isaac Asimov of the robotic Positronic brain. If this is true, Al is coming soon, and we can get a better start to unlearn some misconceptions about the same.
In case, your organization has never considered expansions or refining your existing policy of pricing, you might be wondering what might come next. In this MAP segment, MAP 201, you will get to know more about the pricing policy with the host Anthony and the guest, attorney Gene Zelek, who is an expert in the pricing policy field from Freeborn Peters, LLC. Now, it is the time to get a deeper education. Here, you will learn about many things related to building your policy as we cover topics such as resale price programs, the difference between a program and a policy, minimum advertised price policy, the rule of reason, combating retail price erosion, etc.