IBM Research-China

Articles related to people and projects from IBM Research-China.

NeuNetS: Automating Neural Network Model Synthesis for Broader Adoption of AI

NeuNetS uses AI to automatically synthesize deep neural networks faster and more easily than ever before, scaling up the deployment and adoption of AI.

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When Future Scientists Encounter AI

On a rainy Saturday, a group of “future innovators” arrived at IBM Research-China. The 40 young students, selected from a pool of nearly 200 applicants, spent the day interacting with and exploring some of IBM Research’s advanced AI technologies. We’ve been advancing cutting-edge technologies at our China lab for more than two decades. This event, […]

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IBM Research and Tencent Delight Basketball Fans with AI-Based Highlight Reel

At 11:45 p.m. on June 8 in the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, the Golden State Warriors finished a sweep of the Cleveland Cavaliers with a 108-85 blowout win. As one of the most dominant players in the NBA, the Warriors’ Kevin Durant was named the 2018 NBA Finals MVP, his second time earning […]

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Using Deep Learning to Predict Emergency Room Visits

At IBM Research, we are using deep learning to explore new solutions for a range of health care challenges. One such challenge is emergency room (ER) overcrowding, which can lead to long wait times for treatment. Overcrowding results in part from people visiting the ER for non-emergency conditions rather than relying on primary physicians. Patients […]

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The Road Not Taken: Computer-generated poetry

Roses are red, the grass is green. Here’s how poems can be written by a creative machine. Every year, millions of Chinese families gather to watch a special celebration known as the Spring Festival Gala. It is the most watched television show in the world. This year’s gala included a special online sideshow, during which China’s Central […]

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Improving Healthcare in China with Cognitive Analytics

With the world’s largest population, China generates an unprecedented amount of medical data. It’s an ideal harvest ground for the development and application of cognitive solutions that extract insights from data to improve medical management. The landscape of Chinese healthcare has undergone huge transformation over the past 20 years. The digitization of medical records resulted […]

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