Inventing What’s Next.
Meet the IBM Artificial Intelligence Unit
Our first complete system-on-chip designed to run and train deep learning models faster and more efficiently than a general-purpose CPU.
Who we are
We’re a group of scientists and researchers around the globe who deeply believe in the power of the scientific method to invent what’s next for IBM, our clients, and the world. Learn more about us.
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Tools + Code
IBM Analog Hardware Acceleration Kit
An open source Python toolkit for exploring and using the capabilities of in-memory computing devices in the context of artificial intelligence.View project →
A large-scale dataset with approximately 14 million code samples, each of which is an intended solution to one of 4000 coding problems. Rich annotation enables research in code search, code completion, code-code translation, and myriad other use cases.View project →
Project Debater for Academic Use
The technologies underlying Project Debater available as cloud services. Includes core natural language understanding capabilities, argument mining, and narrative generation.View project →
An open-source library to accelerate hypothesis generation in the scientific discovery process.View project →