At CVPR 2019, IBM researchers introduce an improved method to bridge the semantic gap between visual scenes and language to produce diverse, creative and human-like captions.
Data augmentation is one of the leading methods to tackle the problem of few-shot learning, but current synthesis approaches only address the scenario of a single label per image, when in reality real life images may contain multiple objects. The IBM team came up with a novel technique for synthesizing samples with multiple labels.
Deep neural networks have demonstrated good results for few-shot learning. However, very few works have investigated the problem of few-shot object detection. A team of IBM researchers developed a novel approach for Distance Metric Learning (DML).
IBM researchers, in collaboration with NYU and MIT, propose a novel alternative to backprop at ICML 2019 that offers competitive performance.
Understanding of the macroscopic behavior of deep learning neural networks.
At the 36th International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 2019), June 10–15 in Long Beach, CA, IBM Research AI will present recent technical advances in machine learning for AI and data science. We’ve led the exploration and development of machine learning technologies for decades, and now we’re progressing the AI field through our portfolio of […]
IBM scientists use crowdsourcing and AI techniques to explore what different types of conversational laughter can tell us.
IBM sets new performance records for automatic captioning of broadcast news audio, with error rates of 6.5% and 5.9% on two broadcast news benchmarks.
IBM researchers introduce accumulation bit-width scaling, addressing a critical need in ultra-low-precision hardware for training deep neural networks.
A new approach to defend against adversarial attacks in non-image tasks, such as audio input and automatic speech recognition.
Meta-Experience Replay (MER) integrates meta-learning and experience replay to achieve state-of-the-art performance on continual learning benchmarks.