IBM computer scientists have been at the forefront of scientific and technological innovation across a broad range of research areas. They have made pioneering contributions in artificial intelligence, high-speed processor design, computer architecture, natural language processing, programming languages, optimizing compilers, operating systems, storage systems, computer-supported cooperative work, databases, speech recognition, integer programming, and service-oriented architectures, to name a few.
What does it take to become an IBM Fellow? For one, it helps to win best paper awards year in and year out. But what does it take to do that?
IBM Fellow Ron Fagin believes he has cracked the code — and in this episode of Inside IBM Research, he is going to share his findings with us. In some ways, he says, it all started with Laura Haas, one of his colleagues at IBM Almaden and now herself an IBM Fellow and founder of the IBM Research Accelerated Discovery Lab.
Series: Inside IBM Research
Host: Barbara Finkelstein
Producer: Chris Nay