Enter microcontrollers of the future – the simplest, very small computers. They run on batteries for months or years and control the functions of the systems embedded in our home appliances and other electronics.
At IBM Research’s recent “The Path to More Flexible AI” virtual roundtable, a panel of MIT and IBM experts discussed some of the biggest obstacles they face in developing artificial intelligence that can perform optimally in real-world situations.
Artificial Intelligence (AI), perhaps more than any human invention before it, holds the potential to reshape our world. In just the last few years, we have seen a new explosion of AI development, fueled by increased computational power and data availability, and the power of deep learning. New AI methods and startups are springing up […]
As an MIT graduate and senior leader within IBM Research, I have always felt a close kinship between these two institutions. Both are renowned for their technical excellence, and both are strongly committed to pushing the frontiers of science and technology to solve problems that matter to the world. MIT’s motto “Mens et Manus” (Latin […]