AI Year in Review: Highlights of Papers and Predictions from...


Highlights from IBM Research AI in 2018 in three key areas - advancing, scaling and trusting AI - and predictions about what's to come in 2019.

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AI

December 13, 2018

Graph2Seq: A Generalized Seq2Seq Model for Graph Inputs


IBM scientists demonstrate the advantages of the Graph2Seq model for semantic parsing and natural language generation at EMNLP 2018.

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AI

November 1, 2018

Word Mover’s Embedding: Universal Text Embedding from Word2Vec


Word Mover’s Embedding is an unsupervised framework for learning universal text embeddings that can be used for downstream tasks.

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AI

November 1, 2018

Scientists Prove a Quantum Computing Advantage over Classical


Scientists prove quantum advantage for certain mathematical problems: shallow quantum circuits are more powerful than their classical counterparts.

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Quantum Computing

October 18, 2018

Steering Material Scientists to Better Memory Devices


IBM researchers propose guidelines for novel analog memory devices to enable fast, energy-efficient and accurate AI hardware accelerators.

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AI Hardware

October 9, 2018

Graphene Puts Nanomaterials In Their Place


A novel technique using graphene to integrate nanomaterials at predefined chip locations at wafer scale and with nanometer precision.

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Nanotechnology

October 8, 2018

Monitoring FISH Assays in Real Time


IBM researchers in Zurich collaborated with Technion – Israel Institute of Technology to develop a new method for monitoring FISH assays in real time.

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IBM Research-Zurich

October 2, 2018

Corpus Conversion Service Makes PDF Content Discoverable


The Corpus Conversion Service is an AI-based cloud system that can ingest PDF documents at scale and extract their content using machine learning models.

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IBM Research-Zurich

August 21, 2018

Teaching AI to Learn from Non-Experts


By teaching AI systems to learn as well from non-experts as they do from experts, IBM scientists hope to promote machine learning in biomedical research.

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Publications

July 31, 2018

Keep it Simple: Towards Single-Elemental Phase Change Memory


Scientists publish a new approach to phase change memory using only a single chemical element—antimony—in Nature Materials.

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Neuromorphic Computing

July 24, 2018

High-Yield and Ambient-Stable Molecular Devices via Semiconductor Fabrication


A new technique to fabricate microelectronic devices that allows molecular integration on conventional silicon chips and by standard semiconductor methods.

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Microelectronics

July 11, 2018