A cognitive in-car companion to help us enjoy the journey


In Dublin, scientists from IBM Research - Ireland and University College Dublin (UCD) are developing and testing a Cognitive In-Car Companion as part of an EU H2020 funded project called...

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February 9, 2017

Designing new materials with data-centric systems


For decades, researchers have used high performance computing (HPC) to simulate systems at ever-growing speeds and scales. Recently, the design of HPC systems has started to evolve to handle and...

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December 26, 2016

Building cognitive IoT solutions using data assimilation


How can we predict, with certainty, the motion or direction of clouds in the sky? How can we track an oil spill in the ocean, locate a gas leak in...

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December 9, 2016

Elevating working and living environments to a new level


The number of IoT devices in buildings is rapidly increasing alongside new requirements for flexible operation of climate, lighting, and other energy control systems. Cognitive buildings are able to autonomously...

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June 30, 2016

AI-driven discovery of chemical synthesis


Akihiro Kishimoto is a research staff member at IBM Research - Ireland working on a range of  projects in artificial intelligence, parallel and distributed computing and search. His interest in...

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June 14, 2016

Building my own weather app with Watson and Bluemix


I am from Moyvore, Westmeath in Ireland – about 100 kilometers from IBM’s research lab in Dublin, where I work. In the winter, when it's particularly cold (around 5 degrees...

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May 10, 2016

From knowledge graphs to cognitive computing


Editor’s note: This article originally appeared on 01net’s website as Dati di pubblica utilità: dai knowledge graph al cognitive computing; re-printed here with permission. We live in the era of...

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January 18, 2016