- News tagged "ibm"
Saturday, 11 Mar 2017
IBM researchers have discovered that is possible to read and write data within an atom, which may be the next major step forward in data storage.
Tuesday, 7 Mar 2017
IBM wants to build the world’s first 'universal' quantum computer this year. Dubbed IBM Q, the system will be accessible to select early access industry partners over the internet for a fee.
Wednesday, 16 Nov 2016
NVIDIA recently added not one, but three new milestones to their list of achievements when they partnered up with Microsoft and IBM, and launched their new and more power efficient DGX SATURNV supercomputer.
Friday, 30 Sep 2016
Microsoft is having a major restructuring, with 5,000 individuals being moved to the new AI division. Furthermore, to address issues surrounding AI, it's forming a partnership with several Silicon Valley heavyweights.
Monday, 8 Aug 2016
A complex A.I. has the potential to do many things, and IBM's Watson just saved a life by correctly identifying a rare form of leukemia in a patient.
Friday, 6 May 2016
Students and researchers can get a first taste of quantum computing with the world's first publicly accessible quantum computer from IBM. But don't get too excited – it's only five qubits.
Monday, 28 Mar 2016
A new concept have been presented by IBM researches, for a new type of chip called a Resistive Processing Unit (RPU). A single RPU could potentially achieve AlphaGo's level of intelligence, while a thousand could enable breakthroughs in AI capabilities.
Wednesday, 27 Jan 2016
SoftBank one of Japans largest telcos, has plans to staff an entire mobile phone shop with their flagship customer service automaton, Pepper, this coming March.
Monday, 16 Nov 2015
As one of the key persons who is responsible for the creation of the IBM mainframe, Gene Amdahl is highly respected in the computing industry. Sadly, he passed away last week at the age of 92.
Wednesday, 19 Aug 2015
The latest chip from IBM is called TrueNorth, and it's likely the closest chip in the world to a human brain. Click the link to learn more.