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IBM's continued involvement in the U.N. effort builds on a long legacy of research and action on global challenges in collaboration with governments and civil society

IBM announced its role as an Associate Pathway Partner of the 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28). The conference, which will be hosted by the COP28 UAE Presidency in Dubai from November 30 to December 12, will be a pivotal moment for global leaders, policymakers, scientists, and businesses to collaborate on climate action and work together to shape a more sustainable future.

IBM is announcing updates and new features made in collaboration with ESPN to the ESPN Fantasy Football app, putting the power of artificial intelligence technology built on IBM's watsonx in the hands of over 11 million fantasy football users.

New this year, Waiver Grades will give available players in your league's waiver wire a personalized grade for the value they can add to your team. This feature will compare a potential player's grade to the average grade of players in the same position already on your roster. Similarly, the Trade Grades feature will evaluate the personalized potential benefits of trades.

Waiver Grades and Trade Grades use advanced Large Language Models within watsonx - IBM's enterprise focused data and AI platform - to deliver insights on football players each week and classify the sentiment. This AI generated classification, coupled with machine learning algorithms analyzing player performance stats, helps to remove bias and uncover new insights from troves of unstructured and structured data.

New global study reflects responses from over 1,000 senior banking leaders and more than 12,000 consumers regarding their priorities and identifies significant disconnects

The IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV), in collaboration with the Banking Industry Architecture Network (BIAN) and Red Hat, today released findings from a new global study that reveals significant gaps between the stated priorities of surveyed banking executives and the customers they serve. The research examines how customers engage with the digital world and how banks invest in embedded finance to become part of the financial journey consumers experience on their platforms of choice.

Embedded Finance: Creating the Everywhere, Everyday Bank details findings from the responses of over 1,000 banking industry leaders and more than 12,000 consumers across five continents.

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