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I continue to deplore Congress for not talking about the real problem in American healthcare, the cost of delivering healthcare. Premiums and deductibles are high because the cost of healthcare delivery is high. Drug prices are in runaway price growth. When the CEO

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My First Job: IBM 50 Years Ago

Hard for me to believe, but I finished engineering school and joined IBM 50 years ago today, June 1. I was very fortunate to have many jobs during 35 years there. Introducing the IBM ThinkPad in 1992 was special, but my

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IBM’s Automated Radiologist

I have been optimistic about the potential for voice recognition for many years. In my 2001 book, Net Attitude: What It Is, How to Get It, and Why Your Company Can’t Survive Without It, I discussed the ability to translate languages. Adoption

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Video: Another Interview with Skip

Skip Prichard is an accomplished CEO, business leader, and keynote speaker.  He is known for his track record of successfully repositioning companies and dramatically improving results while improving the corporate culture.  In addition to running OCLC, a global nonprofit computer

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2016 Could Be a Big Year for Bitcoin and Blockchain

It could be a big year for bitcoin and blockchain technology. The blockchain in particular is gaining a lot of supporters. Think of blockchain as a database which keeps track of bitcoin transactions. It has proven to provide high integrity.

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