At the 2019 VLSI, IBM researchers will present three papers that provide novel solutions to AI computing based on analog devices.
Scientists in IBM Research-Brazil developed a method based on GANs and hand sketches to generate realistic synthetic seismic images.
A new quantum computing approach using exchange-type two-qubit gates constitutes a very promising avenue to calculate molecular properties.
IBM and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Discover Unique, Pathogenic Autoimmune Cells in Type 1 Diabetes
Researchers at JHU and IBM identify new cells involved in the autoimmune attack on insulin-producing cells in type 1 diabetes.
Coupling ultra-large-scale computer simulation with AI has shown that mechanical stress on cell membranes can affect the potency of antibiotic agents.
Modern digital computers have changed our lives in a variety of ways, but the technology on which they are built has still some room for improvement. As computational workloads continue to grow due to massive amounts of data and techniques like artificial intelligence, more powerful computing technologies become of paramount importance. Two of the main […]
New continuous-flow approach to chemical synthesis holds promise in accelerating therapeutic discovery for drug-resistant infectious diseases and cancer.
New research combining the power of brain modeling, IBM’s AI, and the IBM Cloud sheds light on how brain cells interact in Huntington’s disease.
Scientists at IBM Research-Zurich use gallium phosphide to create on-chip integrated devices using optomechanics for quantum transduction.
A comprehensive analysis of tumor ecosystems that represents an important step in research that may lead to precision medicine approaches to treat breast cancer.
IBM scientists use crowdsourcing and AI techniques to explore what different types of conversational laughter can tell us.