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  • IBM Achieves New Deep Learning Breakthrough

    IBM Achieves New Deep Learning Breakthrough


    Date added: 2017-08-08


    A team of IBM scientists, led by IBM Fellow Hillery Hunter (pictured), invented breakthrough Deep Learning software and posted record test results showing a leap forward in performance that reduces the wait-time associated with Deep Learning training from days or hours to minutes or seconds. IBM's new Deep Learning software can to enable many advances, such as faster, more accurate analysis of medical images or improved fraud detection or enhanced speech recognition in mobile phones and AI assistants. (Credit: IBM)

     

     

     



  • IBM and Raytheon BBN Scientists Demonstrate Quantum Computer Performance Advantage Over Classical Computers

    IBM and Raytheon BBN Scientists Demonstrate Quantum Computer Performance Advantage Over Classical Computers


    Date added: 2017-05-04


    The state that emerges from the oracle: a) measuring the computation basis would result in the distribution seen classically; b) applying the Hadamard gate to all the qubits. In b), by measuring the first bits, the correct value is read out half the time. (Credit: IBM Research)

     

     



  • IBM inventors received a record-breaking 8,088 U.S. patents during 2016, the company's 24th

    IBM inventors received a record-breaking 8,088 U.S. patents during 2016, the company's 24th


    Date added: 2017-01-09


    IBM inventors received a record-breaking 8,088 U.S. patents during 2016, the company's 24th consecutive year of patent leadership. IBM’s 2016 patent output features more than 2,700 patents for inventions related to AI, cognitive computing and cloud computing, as well as thousands of patent inventions in cybersecurity, analytics and other areas. Master Inventor Ruchi Mahindru (pictured) was a co-inventor on seven patents granted to IBM in 2016 including US Patent# 9,325,703 for an invention related to system security. (Credit: Michael Pollio/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     






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