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IBM scientists demo social simulator


This week at SuperComputing 17 in Denver, Colorado, the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) is introducing series of demos, including new research from IBM scientists in Japan which can...

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Open Source

November 17, 2017

IBM’s African Scientists Look to Tackle the Continent’s Pressing Healthcare...


Joining Sengeh to change this are two fellow African researchers; Waheeda Banu Saib, a research software engineer with a degree in information technology from the University of Kwazulu Natal, who...

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Healthcare

November 7, 2017

Breaking 50: The Kenyan Government & IBM Research Collaborate to...


After a few meetings with the Industrialization Ministry the IBM lab in Kenya agreed to a joint collaboration focused on improving the country’s Ease of Doing Business ranking.

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Government

October 31, 2017

Oil and Water Really Do Mix: Simulating the world of...


Have you ever wondered why milk is so white or why mayonnaise appears so thick and yet it can flow out of the bottle? Are you aware that these such...

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Chemistry

October 30, 2017

Progress in IBM & Hartree Collaboration Reduces Physical Prototype Testing,...


More than 24 months ago IBM and the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree Centre set an ambitious goal for themselves -- enable UK businesses to use modelling, simulation...

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Big Data Analytics

October 26, 2017

IBM Scientists Demonstrate In-memory Computing with 1 Million Devices for...


Today, IBM Research is announcing that its scientists have demonstrated that an unsupervised machine-learning algorithm, running on one million phase change memory (PCM) devices, successfully found temporal correlations in unknown...

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AI

October 24, 2017

Resilient Consensus Protocols for Blockchains


On the heels of the exciting blockchain news coming from SIBOS, in Vienna this week the 31st International Symposium on Distributed Computing took place, which also hosted a workshop entitled...

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Blockchain

October 18, 2017

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

Two Days, Two Different Honors for IBM’s Zurich Lab


Last week, Kavli and the Norwegian Academy, in collaboration with IBM's Zurich Research Lab organised such a symposium with two of the three 2016 Kavli Laureates for Nanoscience: Gerd Binnig and...

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IBM Research-Zurich

October 5, 2017

Two IBM Researchers to Speak at TEDGlobal 2017 in Africa


Representing IBM’s Africa Labs scientists Drs. Abdigani Diriye and David Moinina Sengeh, will be participating. The duo will give talks about AI in healthcare, machine learning and entrepreneurship on the...

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IBM Research-Africa

August 27, 2017

IBM Scientists and Designers Mentor Start-Ups on Mandela Day in...


A few weeks ago IBM scientists and local design consultants spent the day mentoring and training four groups of about a dozen South African aspiring start-ups and entrepreneurs identified through...

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IBM Research-Africa

August 11, 2017