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    IBM CEO Opens Innovation Center in Casablanca

    Date added: 2014-02-07

    In Casablanca, Morocco, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty is flanked by Hightech Payments Systems CEO Mohamed Horami (left) and IBM Morocco Country General Manager Hassan Bahej (right) at the opening of the IBM Innovation Centre in Casablanca on February 6, 2014. The IBM facility, as well as a new IBM Innovation Center in Lagos, Nigeria, will develop Big Data, analytics and cloud computing technologies that solve challenges such as improving government services, digitizing banking services and enhancing customer service. (Credit: IBM)




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    IBM WatsonPaths Research Project

    Date added: 2013-10-15

    This is WatsonPaths, an IBM research project with Cleveland Clinic to develop a new cognitive computing learning and teaching tool that will be designed to help physicians and medical students learn how to make more informed and accurate decisions faster. WatsonPaths is learning the way physicians solve problems and interacting intuitively with them to provide real-time access and understanding of massive volumes of medical information. The tool will help physicians and students learn critical reasoning skills. IBM Researcher Mike Barborak walks through the WatsonPaths user interface. (Jon Simon/Feature Photo Service for IBM)



  • IBM Discusses Corporate Service Corps at US State Department

    IBM Discusses Corporate Service Corps at US State Department

    Date added: 2013-06-13

    As IBM marks the five-year anniversary of its Corporate Service Corps, the company was featured at an event on Thursday, June 13, 2013 in Washington, D.C. hosted by the U.S. Department of State’s Global Partnership Initiative and United States Agency for International Development aimed at promoting skilled international corporate volunteerism. Stanley S. Litow, IBM's vice president of Corporate Citizenship & Corporate Affairs, discussed the size, scope and longevity of IBM's Corporate Service Corps, the largest program of its kind by far. From right: Stanley Litow; Deirdre White, President & CEO, CDC Development Solutions; Jeff Blander, Acting Director of Private Sector Engagement, Office of the Global Aids Coordinator, U.S. Department of State; and John Glenn, Policy Director, U.S. Global Leadership Coalition. (Credit: IBM)



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