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The team at the IBM-MIT Watson AI Lab presented a new study at the AAAI Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society on “Learning Occupational Task-Shares Dynamics for the Future of Work” that shows how to predict changes in the economy’s demand for different tasks. The post Characterizing the Evolution of... Read more
Published on: 2020-02-23
Modern AI systems have reached human-level abilities on tasks spanning object recognition in photos, video annotations, speech-to-text conversion and language translation. Many of these breakthrough achievements are based on a technology called Deep Neural Networks (DNNs). DNNs are complex machine learning models with an uncanny similarity to the interconnected neurons... Read more
Published on: 2020-02-23
IBM Research had 21 papers accepted to SPIE, and throughout the four-day conference IBM researchers will present on topics ranging from EUV lithography, patterning materials, etch, selective deposition, and novel device integration. The post IBM Research at SPIE 2020: New Architectures and Fabrications for AI Hardware appeared first on IBM... Read more
Published on: 2020-02-21
What’s New: Intel Labs, in collaboration with QuTech ‑ a partnership between TU Delft and TNO (Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research) ‑ outlines key technical features of its new cryogenic quantum control chip “Horse Ridge” in a research paper released at the 2020 International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) in San Francisco.... Read more
Published on: 2020-02-18
Real-world decision making often involves situations and systems whose uncertain and inter-dependent variables interact in a complex and dynamic way. Additionally, many scenarios are influenced by external events that affect how system variables evolve. To address these complex scenarios for decision making, together with colleagues at the IBM T. J.... Read more
Published on: 2020-02-14
For decades, developers and researchers have been using the command line interface (CLI) to build, execute, and deploy the software that runs the world around us. Users have come to love, hate and, eventually, embrace the unique, idiosyncratic, and sometimes antiquated challenges associated with using the terminal shell; and have... Read more
Published on: 2020-02-12
While love might not be part of the equation, states do have long-term relationships with their citizens. It’s a kind of contract: in exchange for security, order and efficient everyday services, the citizen pays taxes and abides by the law. In the digital age, one might expect governments to deliver... Read more
Published on: 2020-02-12
The human microbiome consists of a community of trillions of micro-organisms, such as bacteria, fungi, viruses, and live all over the body including on the skin, in the mouth and along the digestive tract. A balanced microbiome is important for an individual’s health and wellbeing, including proper functionality the digestive... Read more
Published on: 2020-02-11
One year ago, we announced the creation of the IBM Research AI Hardware Center, a global research hub headquartered in Albany, New York. Building on work of the last few years, the launch of the Center initiated the next phase in a long-term effort to combine evolving, fundamental advances in... Read more
Published on: 2020-02-10
Since the agricultural revolution, people have organized themselves into communities to grow crops, create wealth, make laws and settle disputes. Over time, public administrations evolved to maintain the rule of law; these created huge bureaucracies and tightly controlled procedures to keep updated registers and archives about their citizens. Not only... Read more
Published on: 2020-02-10