This is our fifth and final blog post in a series for Women’s History Month 2020 focused on women innovating the future of IBM Research. The tremendous power of digital technology also introduces risk. If it’s hacked, or falls into the wrong hands, it can be used against us. That’s why security research is indispensable. The four women we meet here represent every aspect of it, from blockchain and open source defense to erecting cloud-based fortifications around digital crown jewels.
In this blogpost, the fourth in our series dedicated to Women in IBM Research, we meet four scientists - in Japan, Switzerland, California and New York. They’re working to transform computing with AI hardware accelerators, nanosheet technology, and spintronics. The goal is not simply to make smarter machines, but to create deep-learning platforms that help solve our most pressing and intractable problems.
This month, we are highlighting the work of women researchers at IBM who are pushing the frontiers of hybrid cloud technology. Each of them showcase the tremendous breadth of expertise, and the depth of research, that goes into building this next generation of computing.
This month, we are highlighting the work of four women researchers at IBM who are pushing the frontiers of AI technology. Their efforts extend from work process automation to the design of ever more intelligent chatbots to the discovery of new, more effective antibiotics.
A new study in JAMA Network Open highlights how AI can improve the accuracy of breast cancer screenings in combination with assessments from radiologists.
The IBM Quantum team includes a growing cohort of women engaged in every part of the research. In recognition of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, we spoke with four women carrying out crucial roles in the quantum computing revolution.
To help advance data security in the cloud, IBM Research has initiated and currently leads joint work with the Apache Parquet community to address critical issues in securing confidentiality and integrity of sensitive data.
IBM researchers present their latest work in human-computer interaction (HCI), which focuses on improving the interaction between humans and AI systems.
In honor of Pi Day 2020, IBM is releasing a new tutorial that explains how to estimate the value of Pi on a quantum computer.
IBM AI researchers are responsible for developing many of the NLP capabilities IBM has brought to market. With the announcement that IBM will begin integrating NLP features developed for Project Debater into Watson, IBM Research once again delivers unique technology from the lab to the enterprise.
A new security feature developed by IBM and Intel extends blockchain capabilities and helps increase trust in high-stakes markets such as wireless spectrum auctions. As telecom companies start rolling out the fifth generation of wireless networks, the term 5G is becoming omnipresent in the news linking it to the prospect of higher data transfer speeds. […]
IBM and Princeton University are happy to announce that we are now accepting applications for the 2020 QURIP program.