Artificial Intelligence

IBM CEO Letter to President-elect Biden

IBM Chief Executive Officer Arvind Krishna sent the following letter to President-elect Joe Biden congratulating him on his election and outlining policy initiatives where IBM seeks to work with the incoming administration.

IBM CEO Letter to President-elect Biden

IBM Chief Executive Officer Arvind Krishna sent the following letter to President-elect Joe Biden congratulating him on his election and outlining policy initiatives where IBM seeks to work with the incoming administration.

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IBM Calls on Congress to Create a Science Readiness Reserve

Today, IBM submitted the following letter to Congressional leaders advocating for the creation of a Science Readiness Reserve, underscoring a key pillar of IBM CEO Arvind Krishna’s letter to President-elect Biden. ### November 25, 2020 Dear Members of Congress, As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage across the country, IBM believes that America needs a […]

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Empowering a mobile workforce

  IBM’s perspective and recommendations on empowering a mobile workforce The global pandemic has disrupted traditional thinking about where and how we work. Remote work has potential not only to increase participation in the labour force, but to improve productivity, attract and retain talent, and assist in the transition to a low carbon economy. While the […]

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A “Tomorrow Ready” Strategy for Government Technology

Future proof IT transformation can only come through open architecture hybrid cloud approaches

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IBM Policy Lab Morning Consult poll on tech, privacy and the pandemic

From powering our work from home to connecting young people to remote schooling, the new normal of COVID-19 has made us more reliant on tech than ever before. At the same time, more consumers are paying attention to issues of privacy and data security, especially as we grapple with large-scale public health responses to the […]

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To combat cross-border cyber threats, cooperation is key

October is Cyber Awareness Month and in this particular October cyber threats, attacks and cyber crimes are at an all time high. COVID-19 and the unprecedented shift to working from home has exposed new targets to threats. To tackle this reality and fight these threats head on, cooperation between industry and governments is key to […]

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Digital Skills for a Stronger European Recovery

  Digital Skills as a key part of Economic Recovery for Europe It’s no secret the future of work is one of the most urgent questions of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Some jobs will go away, new ones will be created, and all jobs will be forever changed by emerging technologies and the advancement of artificial […]

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Digital Trade Principles for the Post-COVID Age

COVID-19 has created unprecedented disruptions in the global economy, the full impact of which will not become clear for years to come. Companies of all sizes are grappling with how to conduct business, reach customers, and maintain supply chain operations in the face of national lockdowns and travel restrictions. Individuals have had to self-isolate and […]

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A Precision Regulation Approach to Controlling Facial Recognition Technology Exports

America has historically employed controls on the export of advanced technologies developed here at home to ensure they are not misused abroad in ways that would run counter to national security interests, foreign policy priorities, or American values[1]. Pick an innovation: components that could be used to produce nuclear weapons, chemical weapons precursors, precision weapon […]

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