Ongoing illustrations for IBM Research and the Watson AI lab at MIT.

Personifying the antagonistic relationship between antibacterial peptides (generated from artificial intelligence) and E. Coli.

Illustrating how AI may abstract and compare eclectic data as it navigates a logic process to determine the validity of a statement. Here, the AI determines that Albert Einstein was not born in Switzerland because he was born in Ulm, Germany.

Hero work for news on IBM’s ObjectNet, an advanced dataset for neural object recognition that accounts for random and contextual obfuscation of common forms, like chairs.

Announcing Black Loans Matter, IBM’s research combating racial bias in loan approval automation datasets for Wells Fargo.

Combating racial descrimination in healthcare datasets by correcting algorithmic biases resulting from underdiagnosis of postpartum depression in patients of color.

Improving the model of marginalized language ascertainment for neural networks.

Illustrating the concept that physical closeness improves latency of response between quantum and classical computers.

Compressing contextually simplified neural networks into small devices to power the IoT.