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  • Welgevonden Game Reserve is using IBM's IoT technology to prevent rhino poaching

    Welgevonden Game Reserve is using IBM's IoT technology to prevent rhino poaching


    Date added: 2017-09-19


    IBM, MTN and Wageningen University use an IoT powered solution that gives Welgevonden Game Reserve in South Africa, a powerful tool in the fight to save endangered Rhinos. The solution uses the threat response patterns of other animals such as zebra, wildbeest, impala and eland, as an early warning signal, without divulging the precise location of the rhino. (Credit: IBM)

     

     



  • Using IBM's IoT technology to monitor animal behavior patterns to detect rhino poachers

    Using IBM's IoT technology to monitor animal behavior patterns to detect rhino poachers


    Date added: 2017-09-19


    Welgevonden Game Reserve in South Africa is tracking the behavior patterns of animals such as zebra, impala, eland and wildbeest to detect poaching activity. The new IoT powered solution developed by IBM, MTN and Wageningen University collects animal location information, movement, direction and average speed of travel along with other data. (Credit: IBM)

     

     



  • Free Watson Tool Helps Elementary School Teachers Devise Strategies for Math Instruction

    Free Watson Tool Helps Elementary School Teachers Devise Strategies for Math Instruction


    Date added: 2017-09-13


    Elementary school teachers across the nation are beginning to use Teacher Advisor With Watson, a free online tool powered by IBM Watson artificial intelligence technology to help them confidentially access targeted lesson plans and video for math instruction. About 1,000 curated lesson plans and teaching strategies have been vetted for quality and are available so far. The software developed by the IBM Foundation, in collaboration with the American Federation of Teachers, renowned educators, education non-profits, funders, and content providers, provides educators with targeted guidance to help strengthen their teaching skills and improve student achievement. Shown from left to right in this photo is Ulana Ainsworth, a special education teacher for fourth and fifth grade in the Boston Public Schools; Cliff Archey, a former teacher who now manages education programs for IBM Citizenship; and Sheena Lee, an elementary school teacher in the Boston Public Schools. (Credit: John Mottern/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     

     



  • IBM 7 Qubit Device

    IBM 7 Qubit Device


    Date added: 2017-09-13


    IBM scientists have developed a new approach to simulate molecules on a quantum computer that may one day help revolutionize chemistry and materials science. The scientists successfully used six qubits on a purpose-built seven-qubit quantum processor to address the molecular structure problem for beryllium hydride (BeH2) – the largest molecule simulated on a quantum computer to date. The results demonstrate a path of exploration for near-term quantum systems to enhance our understanding of complex chemical reactions that could lead to practical applications. (Credit: Credit: Kandala et al.; Nature)

     

     


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