IBM scientists presented three papers at INTERSPEECH 2019 that address the shortcomings of End-to-end automatic approaches for speech recognition - an emerging paradigm in the field of neural network-based speech recognition that offers multiple benefits.
As more bikes take to the city streets than ever, researchers at RMIT have designed Ari, a smart e-bike that could help riders cruise the ‘green wave’.
In a new study in the journal Nature, an IBM Research-led collaboration describes an exciting breakthrough in a 140-year-old mystery in physics — one that enables us to unlock the physical characteristics of semiconductors in much greater detail and aid in the development of new and improved semiconductor materials.
Recent advances in deep learning are dramatically improving the development of Text-to-Speech systems through more effective and efficient learning of voice and speaking styles of speakers and more natural generation of high-quality output speech.
Both financial crime and disparities in who can access financial services are growing. To help solve this, IBM Research is building new AI and data encryption tools to help keep data safe, cybercrime at bay, and make financial services more accessible.
We are now accepting applications for undergraduate and graduate students to become IBM quantum computing interns in 2020 and join the journey from the fundamental science of quantum information to quantum computing research and development.
IBM Research's papers at INTERSPEECH 2019 showcase our focus on improving the underlying speech technologies that enable companies provide their customers with a uniformly good experience across different channels and extract actionable insights from these interactions.
For the first time in 18 years, the Grace Hopper Celebration 2019 is spotlighting quantum computing in its emerging technologies track. We simply cannot wait to meet the attendees at this year's event and talk all things quantum.
Can Artificial Intelligence (AI) capture the narrative of a community on a controversial topic to provide an unbiased outcome? Recently, the citizens of Lugano, a city of more than 60,000 citizens on the Swiss-Italian border, provided the answer. What is Project Debater? In February 2019, IBM unveiled Project Debater to the world. It’s the first ever AI technology […]
IBM researchers published the first major release of the Adversarial Robustness 360 Toolbox (ART). Initially released in April 2018, ART is an open-source library for adversarial machine learning that provides researchers and developers with state-of-the-art tools to defend and verify AI models against adversarial attacks. ART addresses growing concerns about people’s trust in AI, specifically the security of AI in mission-critical applications.