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

Natural Language Processing Facilitates Collaborative Decisions


IBM scientists developed a natural language processing tool for collaborative decision-making. It augments the decision process using a virtual facilitator.

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Publications

June 26, 2018

IBM Scientists Demonstrate Mixed-Precision In-Memory Computing for the First Time;...


Appearing today in the peer review journal Nature Electronics, IBM scientists introduce a novel hybrid concept called mixed-precision in-memory computing which combines a von Neumann machine with a computational memory unit....

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AI

April 17, 2018

IBM Scientists Measure the Energy Levels of Single Molecules on...


IBM scientists measured the energy levels of single molecules on insulators, for the first time.The research appeared in the journal Nature Nanotechnology.

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Nanotechnology

April 16, 2018

IBM Scientists First to Demo Rocking Brownian Motors for Nanoparticles


IBM researchers published the first real world demonstration of a rocking Brownian motor for nanoparticles in the peer-review journal Science.

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Nanotechnology

March 30, 2018

How inventing became a passion: Developing autonomous vehicles to help...


Working as the lead of IBM Research’s Strategic Initiative on Aging and being an IBM Master Inventor, my team and I think about how to best design autonomous vehicles through...

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Accessibility

March 15, 2018

A new molecule designed to kill deadly, drug-resistant superbugs


In 2016, I had a bacterial infection that I acquired after a routine knee surgery. Fortunately, my immune system reacted favorably to antibiotics, but had the bacteria been a “superbug,”...

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Healthcare

March 6, 2018

How to measure a molecule’s energy using a quantum computer


Editor's note: This article is by Abhinav Kandala, Antonio Mezzacapo, and Kristan Temme, IBM Research Simulating molecules on quantum computers just got much easier with IBM’s superconducting quantum hardware. In...

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Quantum Computing

September 13, 2017

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