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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)
Microbiome Research at UC San Diego
Date added: 2017-11-10
Figure 1. A) Schematic of 20 qubit system, and B) 50 qubit system illustrating qubit interconnectivity. This complex interconnect fabric permits maximum flexibility for IBM Q systems. The 50 qubit is the natural extension of the 20 qubit architecture. C) Photograph of the quantum processor package for the first IBM Q systems. The processor features improvements in superconducting qubit design, connectivity and packaging. (Credit: IBM)
- Fusion Genomics selects IBM Cloud as scientists advance RNA and DNA genome sequencing for infectious disease diagnostics.
Date added: 2017-11-16
Vancouver-based company Fusion Genomics selected IBM’s cloud capabilities to help advance Fusion’s ability to detect pandemics before they happen. Fusion Genomics has developed disruptive DNA and RNA technology that it believes can positively identify infectious diseases and enhance the surveillance of emerging pathogens like MERS, SARS, avian flu, and swine flu. (Credit: IBM)
Date added: 2017-12-14
Date added: 2017-12-05
The IBM POWER9 processor delivers unprecedented speeds for deep learning and AI workloads. IBM Engineer, Stefanie Chiras tests the IBM Power System server in Austin, Texas. (Photo Credit: Jack Plunkett/Feature Photo Service for IBM).
Date added: 2018-01-09
Inventors from IBM Research discuss Maja Vukovic's patent for a system that detects and counteracts cyber attacks, one of the more than 1,400 AI patents IBM inventors received in 2017 alone. 2017 marks the 25th consecutive year that IBM has been named the leader in granted U.S. patents, with a record 9,043 patents. (Credit: Jon Simon/Feature Photo Service for IBM)
Date added: 2018-01-29
In an era where passwords alone are not enough, people are becoming more comfortable with biometrics as a way to authenticate. (Credit: IBM)