Supercharging Climate Change Research with IBM Data and Technology

Every year, a growing number of companies celebrate Earth Day with environmentally friendly programs that reflect the strengths of their business models and corporate missions. For example, earlier this week Lyft committed to make all its rides carbon-neutral, while General Mills announced it is close to doubling its organic acreage. At the IBM Foundation, our Earth […]

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Creating a New Model for Autism Screening in Turkey

Autism, currently known as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), is a lifelong neuropsychiatric disorder that starts before three years of age. ASD can be detected in children when they are about 18 months old. Early intervention on children identified before age 2 notably improves prognosis. The participation of the health system in order to early diagnose […]

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Leveraging Project Management Skills in Japan After the World’s Costliest Natural Disaster

In recognition of the pro bono project management contributions that increased the capacities of NGOs to help Japan recover from the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation (PMIEF) honored IBM and Entrepreneurial Training for Innovative Communities (ETIC) with its 2017 Community Advancement Through Project Management Award. Below – in English and […]

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Celebrating Three Decades of IBM Leadership on Climate Change

In March 2018, IBM was awarded its sixth Climate Leadership Award in the program’s seven-year history – the first and only company to achieve such a distinction. At the 2018 Climate Leadership Conference – hosted by The Climate Registry, the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, and the Bloomberg Philanthropies – IBM Vice President for […]

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Remembering A Life of Service

Today, I reflect upon and celebrate the life of Barbara Bush – our former First Lady. Mrs. Bush lived a life of service to others, and deeply instilled those values in her family and in the American consciousness. She was a role model who positively impacted millions of lives, including my own. I am exceptionally […]

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Celebrating IBM Volunteers

This week is National Volunteer Week in both the United States and Canada. Hundreds of thousands of volunteers and thousands of volunteer projects are deployed for mass impact. Take a look at what’s planned for the United States by Points of Light and in Canada by Volunteer Canada. And for IBM Volunteers, check out the […]

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