Advancing cloud with memory disaggregation


IBM researchers developed a concept for low-power and high-utilization disaggregated cloud data centres, enabling fit-for-purpose computing environments.

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Cloud Computing

January 14, 2018

New model augments visual recognition to help AI identify unfamiliar...


Applications of AI are quickly becoming ubiquitous, powered by algorithms that learn from large amounts of data. Humans, on the other hand, learn very differently: they are able to reason...

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AI

October 9, 2017

Using deep learning to forecast ocean waves


IBM researchers developed a deep learning AI framework that provides a 12,000% acceleration over physics-based models at comparable levels of accuracy.

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AI

September 29, 2017

Solving AI’s moving-target search problem at IJCAI 2017


As we look to get from point A to point B, people increasingly have options that go beyond the typical bus or taxi. Various flavours of ride and car sharing...

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AI

August 28, 2017

Hacking an e-bike to help cyclists avoid breathing in polluted...


Everyone knows that cycling is an excellent aerobic sport, but its benefits are less clear when cyclists are riding and exposed to polluted air in dense urban environments. But what...

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Internet of Things

August 15, 2017

Using predictive analytics to address bus bunching, keep people moving


In Dublin, like many cities globally, public transportation is promoted as the preferred mode of travel to address growing traffic and congestion problems. The bus network is the work horse...

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Big Data Analytics

July 24, 2017

Automating low-level tasks for data scientists


Data scientists are among the most sought after professionals in the IT industry. In 2012, Harvard Business Review called data scientist “the sexiest job of the 21st century.”

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Cognitive Computing

June 13, 2017

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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Accessibility

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