We are a community of scientists, engineers, and designers creating the next advances in computing technology.
It’s impossible to tell the story of computing without IBM.
Our mission at IBM Research has always been to invent what’s next in computing.
It’s why IBM researchers have authored more than 110,000 publications. It’s why they are regularly featured in the world’s most prestigious journals and conferences, and it’s why their awards include six Nobel Prizes, ten Medals of Technology, five National Medals of Science, and six Turing Awards.
Today, IBM Research stands at the forefront of computing. Our semiconductor research is pushing the limits of scaling and redefining the way chips are designed; we’re creating new foundation models and hardware for the next generation of enterprise AI; we’re a world leader in quantum computing; and we’re envisioning a multi-cloud platform where diverse computing environments function as one.
This is the era of bits, neurons, and qubits.
Multi-cloud: a universal plane
Classical computing is essential for integrating computing systems and solving well-understood problems at scale. AI is well-suited for problems where the relationships in the data are unknown and need to be learned. Quantum computing aims to tackle difficult problems where the search space is too vast for classical computers to explore efficiently. Choosing the right approach for a given task is key to harnessing their power.
But our vision takes this a step further. We see a future of dynamic composability, where specialized computing technologies can be orchestrated and optimized, as part of a unified system. In this future, bits, neurons, and qubits work together, seamlessly.
This convergence of computing modalities will enable the next generation of intelligent systems, accelerating the rate we solve complex problems–for science, for business, and for society.
A new era of computing has begun, and IBM Research is helping to shape it.
This is the future, built right.
IBM Research is home to a community of scientists, engineers, and designers. We are drawn together by a passion to imagine the future of computing, and to build it.