Advancing cloud with memory disaggregation


IBM researchers developed a concept for low-power and high-utilization disaggregated cloud data centres, enabling fit-for-purpose computing environments.

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Cloud Computing

January 14, 2018

How AI can help enterprise workers automatically triage conversations


IBM researchers developed an AI method that extracts the most relevant parts of a conversation and makes it available to the right individual for action.

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AI

January 12, 2018

IBM Fellow Awarded Levchin Prize for Contributions to Cryptography


IBM Fellow Hugo Krawczyk is awarded the Levchin Prize for Contributions to Cryptography and is recognized for developing fundamental and lasting contributions to the theoretical and practical foundations of cryptography...

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Cryptography

January 10, 2018

Published in Science: IBM and Memorial Sloan Kettering researchers solve...


IBM, Columbia University and MSKCC published research in Science showing that certain protein molecules contribute to the success of cancer immunotherapies.

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Healthcare

January 5, 2018

ROMEO Seeks to Improve Wind Farms with Machine Learning and...


Last week a five-year, €16 million EU Horizon 2020 project kicked off to reduce the maintenance cost of wind turbines using predictive machine learning algorithms, the Internet of Things and...

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Internet of Things

December 28, 2017

Genomics and AI push the boundary of precision medicine in...


Every nine minutes, someone in the US dies from blood cancer which accounts for about 10% of all cancer deaths. At this year's American Society of Hematology (ASH) conference, IBM...

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Healthcare

December 26, 2017

Making container technology work for persistent microservices


IBM researchers and the IBM Cloud Storage Solutions team developed a container-persistence service for the most common container orchestrators.

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Cloud Computing

December 21, 2017

New Research: Unlocking the secrets of Huntington’s Disease


IBM and CHDI Foundation have published research1 detailing structural features of huntingtin proteins that could point toward future therapeutic strategies that should consider both the way the protein aggregates (accumulates...

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Healthcare

December 21, 2017

Approximate quantum computing: from advantage to applications


Last week at our third Think Q conference at the Thomas J Watson Research Center, industry and academic leaders in quantum computing met to tackle questions about how to bridge...

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Quantum Computing

December 13, 2017

Pruning AI networks without performance loss


IBM researchers developed an AI optimization framework to train deep neural networks more accurately without performance loss.

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AI

December 12, 2017

Distributing Control of Deep Learning Training Delivers 10x Performance Improvement


For deep learning training, a decentralized approach can boost performance 10x performance over a centralized approach without additional complexity, finds new study.

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AI

December 11, 2017