Using IoT and machine learning to track the progression of...


Management and prevention of COPD is the focus of a new research project presented today at the 19th annual IEEE Healthcom Conference, in Dalian, China. IBM researchers in Zurich are...

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Healthcare

October 13, 2017

IoT neurons go macro, go global with DyBM


Imagine covering the globe with a sheet of artificial, internet-enabled neurons. And these Internet of Things (IoT) neurons could send their local information to other neurons just like the synapses...

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Internet of Things

October 3, 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

Storm in a log file: A one-man weather station


On February 7, 2009, scorching temperatures baked southeastern Australia, while a strong, northerly wind shaped a head-high swell rolling into the southern coast. The surf was excellent and I was...

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Internet of Things

August 3, 2017

IBM Fellow Heike Riel awarded prestigious prize for women


Last night in Berlin, Dr. Heike Riel, an IBM Fellow and executive director of the IBM Research Frontiers Institute and IoT Technology, claimed the prize. Riel was nominated for her...

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Accessibility

June 26, 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

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

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

Joint program puts “cognitive” in chip manufacturing


Computer chips can fail in countless ways, from countless sources in the manufacturing process. Even with terabytes of sensor data pouring from the manufacturing equipment used to make them, there...

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Microelectronics

March 7, 2017

IBM scientists team with The Weather Company to bring edge...


Super Bowl LI was a historic day for the sport of football. It was also a historic day for technology. Picture this: wireless and cellular data consumed by fans at...

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Internet of Things

February 15, 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