Tag: IBM

IBM, Grillo, and the Linux Foundation partner on early earthquake detection systems

The Linux Foundation — in partnership with IBM and startup Grillo — today announced an initiative called OpenEEW to accelerate the deployment of open source earthquake early warning (EEW) detection systems around the world. The organizations say OpenEEW will incorporate sensing, detection, and analysis components from Grillo’s EEW platform, along with a Docker software version […]

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IBM details research on AI to measure Parkinson’s disease progression

IBM says it has made progress toward developing ways to estimate the severity of Parkinson’s symptoms by analyzing physical activity as motor impairment increases. In a paper published in the journal Nature Scientific Reports, scientists at IBM Research, Pfizer, the Spivack Center for Clinical and Translational Neuroscience, and Tufts created statistical representations of patients’ movement […]

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Researchers automate development of bacteria-fighting polymers

In a study published this week in the journal Advanced Science, researchers detail polymers they claim are effective against antibiotic-resistant bacteria. For this project, IBM researchers teamed up with scientists from the Agency for Science, Technology and Research and the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology. The researchers say their technique enabled them to generate […]

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Verizon advances 5G edge computing with IBM deal, interoperability specs

Last Chance: Register for Transform, VB’s AI event of the year, hosted online July 15-17. Back in January, Verizon revealed the 5G Future Forum, a group of cellular carriers focused on creating global interoperability standards for multi-access edge computing (MEC) hardware — in other words, cloud servers and hardware that are more responsive because they’re […]

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