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  • Free Watson Technology Helps Teachers to be at Their Best

    Free Watson Technology Helps Teachers to be at Their Best


    Date added: 2016-09-28


    Nathanael Greene Elementary school teachers Cara Madison, left and Lee-Ann Solas, join hundreds of educators in the U.S. who are testing Teacher Advisor with Watson, cognitive tool that provides targeted guidance to teachers seeking high quality lesson plan recommendations, vetted curricula content, and personalized teaching strategies in September 2016 in Pawtucket, RI. This free technology will initially focus on third-grade math, a linchpin academic subject. It understands questions teachers pose in everyday language, and will get even smarter over time. The online software was developed by the IBM International Foundation in collaboration with the American Federation of Teachers, funders, educators, education non-profits, and content providers. (John Mottern/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     





  • IBM Health Corps Helps DC Clinics Improve Patient Care

    IBM Health Corps Helps DC Clinics Improve Patient Care


    Date added: 2016-08-25


    IBM has already completed three pilot Health Corps engagements. One of these was with Unity Health Care in Washington, D.C., which is integrating behavioral health into its primary care practices to boost quality of care, increase provider satisfaction and competence and reduce long terms costs. After receiving input from IBM Health Corps, Unity began piloting this integrated model at several of its sites, successfully giving 100 patients more efficient access to behavioral health consultants on the same days that primary care was provided. (credit: IBM)

     

     


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