To address the challenge of antibiotic resistance, scientists from IBM and the Agency for Science, Technology and Research and the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology have published new findings in Advanced Science, which unveil the effectiveness of a new polymer in the fight against resistant bacteria.
Work by our group at IBM Research Europe in Zurich has led to a new method for the rapid implementation of microfluidic operations. By tailoring the potential landscape inside a flow cell, we form so-called “virtual channels” on demand to perform high-precision guiding and transport, splitting, merging and mixing of microfluidic flows. This allows to […]
A new study in JAMA Network Open highlights how AI can improve the accuracy of breast cancer screenings in combination with assessments from radiologists.
The human microbiome consists of a community of trillions of micro-organisms, such as bacteria, fungi, viruses, and live all over the body including on the skin, in the mouth and along the digestive tract. A balanced microbiome is important for an individual’s health and wellbeing, including proper functionality the digestive and immune systems. The human […]
IBM’s leadership in AI continued in earnest in 2019, which was notable for a growing focus on critical topics such as making trustworthy AI work in practice, creating new AI engineering paradigms to scale AI for a broader use, and continuing to advance core AI capabilities.
Researchers from the IBM AI Hardware Center will showcase at IEDM and NeurIPS new analog devices, algorithmic and architectural solutions, a novel model training technique, and a full custom design.
Food authentication is emerging as an important field, and at IBM Research we are applying a multidisciplinary approach in collaboration with industry and academia to address this global challenge.
As more bikes take to the city streets than ever, researchers at RMIT have designed Ari, a smart e-bike that could help riders cruise the ‘green wave’.
A team of researchers from IBM Research AI and AI Horizons Network-partner the University of Michigan published the papers “A Large-Scale Corpus for Conversation Disentanglement” and “Learning End-to-End Goal-Oriented Dialog with Maximal User Task Success and Minimal Human Agent Use” at ACL 2019. This work address two main challenges in building enterprise AI assistants.
The latest work on computational argumentation from the IBM Project Debater research team group is being presented at the ACL 2019 conference. Three papers will be presented at the main conference and one more paper will be presented in the co-located Argument Mining Workshop.
At CVPR 2019, IBM researchers introduce techniques to interpret visually descriptive language to generate compositional scene representations from textual descriptions.