Quantum’s advantage solves black box bit riddle


How IBM Q learns parity with noise Quantum theory met practice in the Nature Quantum Information paper, “Demonstration of quantum advantage in machine learning” when colleagues at IBM Research and...

Continue reading

Quantum Computing

April 21, 2017

Spotting Diabetic Retinopathy by analyzing medical images pixel by pixel


IBM researchers developed a method using deep learning and visual analytics technology for the early detection of Diabetic Retinopathy, one of the leading causes of blindness. Deep learning algorithms combined...

Continue reading

Healthcare

April 20, 2017

You asked scientist Jessie Rosenberg anything about silicon photonics


Here’s what she said about flying qubits, wafer-scale photonic test systems, and more Silicon photonics uses light, versus electricity, to send signals from a microchip. IBM engineers use these pulses...

Continue reading

Accessibility

April 14, 2017

Big oil’s next gusher is at the nanoscale


Last year the world consumed almost 97 million barrels of oil per day. What if I told you that many more barrels still remain in those same wells? Deep inside...

Continue reading

Chemistry

April 11, 2017

Monitoring Parkinson’s disease with sensors and analytics to improve clinical...


IBM and Pfizer's Project BlueSky has made great strides over the last year with new technology to automatically assess the symptoms of Parkinson's disease.

Continue reading

Healthcare

April 11, 2017

Featured patent: Machine learning models for drug discovery


IBM Researchers patented an invention that uses machine learning to help drug discovery researchers identify which drug indications are typically linked to which side effects.

Continue reading

Cognitive Computing

April 7, 2017

From IoT and vines grow the fruits of innovation


IBM applied its expertise in IoT to co-develop a prototype precision irrigation system and install it in a ten-acre vineyard for E. & J. Gallo Winery.

Continue reading

Internet of Things

April 6, 2017

IBM Research AI technology auto-curates golf highlights at the 2017...


IBM Research uses AI to create the first multi-modal system for summarizing golf video for the 2017 Masters Golf Tournament.

Continue reading

Cognitive Computing

April 6, 2017

Using AI and science to predict heart failure


Heart failure is very hard to detect early, but with the help of a National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant, a team of scientists at IBM Research partnered with scientists...

Continue reading

Healthcare

April 5, 2017

Cognitive computing will help autonomous vehicles share the road


IBM was also recently granted patents focused on improving autonomous vehicle safety through machine learning. The cognitive technologies could enable automakers to provide consumers with a new sense of confidence...

Continue reading

Cognitive Computing

March 30, 2017

How They Did It: Meet the IBM Nanoscientists who Stored...


Find out more about the IBM nanoscientists and the 4 am breakthrough that allowed them to demonstrate the ability to read and write one bit of data on one atom....

Continue reading

Nanotechnology

March 29, 2017