While there’s no doubt that the influence of developers has never been greater, a debate is starting to emerge concerning how much power developers now wield across the enterprise. At the Red Hat 2014 Summit last week, Deepak Advani, IBM general manager for cloud and smarter infrastructure, told attendees that developers are now the kingmakers of enterprise IT. To back up that claim Advani noted that not only do developers today decide what APIs will be published, but increasingly they determine what technologies are actually deployed.
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IBM Watson AlchemyData News
||The IBM Watson AlchemyData News API enables users to query the world's news sources and blogs as they would a database. AlchemyData News indexes 250,000 to 300,000 news and blog articles every day...||Content||10.06.2015|
IBM Watson AlchemyVision
||The IBM Watson AlchemyVision API analyzes images by using natural language processing technology and machine learning algorithms to determine their content and context. Users can submit images as...||Images||10.06.2015|
IBM Watson Tone Analyzer
||The IBM Watson Tone Analyzer API helps users discover, understand, and revise the tone of text-based language. It uses linguistic analysis to detect and interpret the emotional, social, and writing...||Natural Language Processing||10.06.2015|
IBM Watson Retrieve and Rank
||The IBM Watson Retrieve and Rank API uses machine learning to enhance information retrieval by looking for "signals" in a given collection of data. Developers can load their data into the service,...||Machine Learning||10.06.2015|
IBM Watson Personality Insights
||The IBM Watson Personality Insights API is designed to help discover peoples' personality characteristics, needs, and values in order to guide end users to highly personalized interactions. The...||Customization||10.06.2015|
All the major computing architectures in use today trace their lineage back to the pioneering work of mathematician John von Neumann. Developed from the 1930s through the 1950s, the theories put forth by von Neumann provided the foundation on which the ENIAC, the first general-purpose computer, were based. Subsequently, every system developed since then has relied on the same basic principles to deliver faster levels of computational performance.