The Power of Blockchain + Watson


The impact of disruptive digital technologies like artificial intelligence and blockchain goes well beyond finance and payments, touching all aspects of the real economy. This is an underappreciated fact, and...

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Blockchain

May 22, 2017

A funny thing happened on my way to Maker Faire


Normally on Friday mornings, I’d be winding my way up a canyon in the hills south of San Jose to IBM Research – Almaden, where I work as an advisory...

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Quantum Computing

May 19, 2017

Training Watson to see what’s on your plate


Today, we’re introducing our latest AI research in the form of a new beta feature: the IBM Watson Visual Recognition food model. This feature provides a built-in capability for recognizing...

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Cognitive Computing

May 18, 2017

Facilitating Peer Review with Cognitive Computing


Applying for or allocating funding for scientific research takes up a significant amount of time and energy, both from the scientists and the national foundations that evaluate the science itself....

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Cognitive Computing

May 16, 2017

Millennial IBM scientists revolutionize cyber security operations from idea to...


As part of our agile design processes, we spent several weeks interviewing and sitting side-by-side with analysts at the IBM Managed Security Services (MSS) SOCs around the world, including Costa...

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Security

May 2, 2017

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...

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Quantum Computing

April 21, 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.

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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.

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Internet of Things

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...

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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...

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Cognitive Computing

March 30, 2017

Cognitive and Contextual Analytics for IT Services


Our ability to monitor and collect data about IT (information technology) services, ranging from cloud and hosted-IT delivery models to maintenance services, has grown to unprecedented levels over the past...

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Cognitive Computing

March 23, 2017