IBM Academy of Technology’s THINK series
Big Brains: What the brain is teaching us about computing
With the advent of cognitive computing, artificial intelligence is no longer science fiction. What will the next generation of technologists do with emerging technologies to make our planet smarter? The IBM Academy of Technology's THINK series aims to spark this and other questions in the minds of students - and make a lifelong connection with the love of science, technology and the unimaginable possibilities they offer.
The Technologista Series
Women have been part of some of the most important innovations throughout IBM's history. The Technologista Series celebrates these accomplishments by showcasing 10 technical women at IBM today. Follow the series to gain valuable insights about the unique culture of IBM as well as a chance to see the faces behind the innovations that have changed our world.
Robert Dennard wins Kyoto Prize
IBM Fellow recognized for "Invention of DRAM and Proposal of Guidelines for FET Miniaturization"
Academy Board of Governor Laura Sanders inducted into the WITI Hall of Fame
The Academy warmly congratulates Laura Sanders, IBM General Manager, Delivery Technology and Engineering, GTS, on her recent induction into the Women in Technology International (WITI ) Hall of Fame. Laura has been a front-runner in her contributions to technology, as well as in the advancement of women.
IBM Fellow Chieko Asakawa awarded Medal of Honor
Awarded in Japan's Emperor's name, the Medal of Honor with Purple Ribbon is given to outstanding contributors in valuable invention, creation, and modernization in academic and artistic fields. Read the full article
IBM Names Eight New Fellows
Program celebrates 50th anniversary
From its inception, the Fellows program has celebrated the "wild ducks" of innovation. Watch the video to learn more about the rich history. Also, view the infographic for a timeline perspective of the IBM Fellows program.
New IBM Redbooks Point-of-View publications written in partnership with the IBM Academy of Technology
The IBM Academy of Technology has partnered with IBM Redbooks to produce new series of Point-of-View publications. These publications are strategy-oriented documents that represent an author's perspective on a particular technical topic and are typically five pages in length. Written by senior IBM subject matter experts, the publications examine current industry trends, directions, and emerging technologies. IBM Redbooks Point-of-View publications
Skills-Based Volunteering to Grow and Sustain Technical Talent
IBM Distinguished Engineer and Senior Location Executive Pete Joodi writes about how he contributes his time and expertise to academic and professional initiatives to help close the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) skills gap and help people of all ages connect their education to employment. Please share this information through your global channels. Read the full article
Cryptographer, Change Agent,
Anita Borg Award Winner
Academy member Maria Dubovitskaya recognized for encouraging women to pursue scientific careers. Read the full article
Academy member Dario Gil
talks utilities of the future
Lightning hits telephone poles. Wind knocks down power lines. Mother Nature and power outages just seem to go hand-in-hand. IBM Research wants to help energy and utility companies with technology that predicts the future state of their assets – not just reacts to when they need repairing or replacing. That help is coming in the form the Smarter Energy Research Institute. Read the full article
President of the IBM Academy of Technology
IBM Academy of Technology TechNotes
The IBM Academy of Technology is now publishing a series of TechNotes exploring various areas of current and emerging technology.
Please visit our Publications page to access all of the TechNotes available from the IBM Academy of Technology
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