Automated knowledge base construction solution wins at ISWC 2017


Automated knowledge base construction solution from IBM Research wins the ISWC Semantic Web Challenge 2017 for attribute prediction and validation.

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Brain-Inspired AI: How Neuroscience Helps to Advance Machine Learning


Taking inspiration from the brain, a team of IBM researchers used AI machine learning techniques to develop computational models of attention and memory. They developed two important innovations that enable...

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AI

August 25, 2017

Removing the hunch in data science with AI-based automated feature...


For data scientists, predictive modeling is the practice of predicting future outcomes using statistical models. The cornerstone of successful predictive modeling, known as feature engineering, happens to be the most...

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AI

August 23, 2017

Learning to answer non-trivial questions: reasoning over knowledge bases with deep...


The latest research from IBM Research’s AI Foundations team creates a state-of-the-art system for automatically answering questions by making use of knowledge bases, and will be presented as an oral...

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Cognitive Computing

August 1, 2017

Using distributed learning to boost Watson’s Visual IQ


Quantity matters when training computers to accurately recognize what’s in an image. The more they see, the more they learn. But, training new visual recognition models from a large number...

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AI

June 30, 2017

Scaling Wimbledon’s video production of highlight reels through AI technology


Demonstrating the continual innovation that takes place around its major sporting events, IBM Research and IBM iX are teaming up to provide “Cognitive Highlights” to The Championships, Wimbledon, the oldest...

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AI

June 27, 2017

The Cary Institute teams with IBM Research to address Zika


When the Zika virus arrived in Brazil, it went largely unnoticed until infected infants were born with microcephaly, a neurological disorder marked by a small head caused by severe underdevelopment...

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Using an air cavity to boost the performance of a...


This week the International Microwave Symposium kicks off as part of Microwave Week 2017, where I am giving a talk on new phased array packaging developments for 5G communications. I...

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Microelectronics

June 6, 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

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

Monitoring Parkinson’s disease with sensors and analytics to improve clinical...


IBM and Pfizer's Project BlueSky has made great strides over the last year with new technology to automatically assess the symptoms of Parkinson's disease.

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Healthcare

April 11, 2017