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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) became an instrument to examine the human’s organs and internal structures in 1971, nearly three decades after it was discovered independently by Felix Bloch and Edward Purcell. Since then, health professionals have relied on MRI scans to examine various body conditions, including the brain and spinal cord. Thanks to American physician Raymond Damadian for identifying the differences in the nuclear magnetic relaxation times of tumors and tissues. But the technology is not done stunning us. A newly deve...
It’s the first day of Think 2018, IBM Research’s flagship annual event and the innovation giant has spoken about everything that the smart world worried about. Today Arvind Krishna, head of IBM Research predicted five most promising technological innovations from IBM laboratories that may see the light in the next five years. Whether it is crypto-anchors, Blockchain, quantum computing, or lattice cryptography, IBM research team is concurrently working on addressing world’s few biggest allies like product fraud, cyber- attacks, and dir...