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Protecting the Intellectual Property of AI with Watermarking

If we can protect videos, audio and photos with digital watermarking, why not AI models? This is the question my colleagues and I asked ourselves as we looked to develop a technique to assure developers that their hard work in building AI, such as deep learning models, can be protected. You may be thinking, “Protected […]

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Novel Synaptic Architecture for Brain Inspired Computing

IBM scientists developed an artificial synaptic architecture, a significant step towards large-scale and energy efficient neuromorphic computing technology.

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Mastering the Flow of Tiny Biological Liquids with Electrogates

Today, much of the knowledge we have in biology and medicine is derived from the ability to detect analytes from complex biological samples, such as blood and urine. This knowledge, in the form of data, is vital for patient diagnostics. For more than a decade, IBM scientists have taken their years of experience from the […]

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Computational Biologists Find Inspiration for Machine Learning Cell Cycle Sorting Method in an Unlikely Place

The lifespan of cells in the human body varies greatly, from as short as a few days, such as those in our stomach lining, to the cells in our bones, which live for 25-30 years. And for each healthy cell, no matter how long it lives, there is a tightly coordinated series of events that […]

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IBM scientists demonstrate 10x faster large-scale machine learning using GPUs

Together with EPFL scientists, our IBM Research team has developed a scheme for training big data sets quickly. It can process a 30 Gigabyte training dataset in less than one minute using a single graphics processing unit (GPU) — a 10× speedup over existing methods for limited memory training. The results, which efficiently utilize the […]

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Using Angles to Improve the Future of Electronics

Nanotechnology is a term which applied to a variety of fields from clothing and automotive paints to sporting equipment and electronics. In the end it’s all referring to a size, the nanometer (nm), and humankind’s ability to understand, control and manipulate the unique phenomena which occur at this dimension. For perspective, a sheet of paper […]

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Scientists Observe Gravitational Anomaly on Earth

Modern physics has accustomed us to strange and counterintuitive notions of reality — especially quantum physics which is famous for leaving physical objects in strange states of superposition. For example, Schrödinger’s cat, who finds itself unable to decide if it is dead or alive. Sometimes however quantum mechanics is more decisive and even destructive. Symmetries are the holy […]

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Quantum Transport Goes Ballistic

Published today in the peer-reviewed journal Nano Letters, IBM scientists have shot an electron through an III-V semiconductor nanowire integrated on silicon for the first time. This achievement will form the basis for sophisticated quantum wire devices for future integrated circuits used in advanced powerful computational systems. IBM scientist and lead author on the paper Dr. Johannes […]

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