IBM Statement on Joining Amicus Curiae Brief in Support of Case Challenging Revocation of DACA Program

IBM released the following statement on joining an amicus curiae brief filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California in support of several states, local governments and others challenging the revocation of the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program: “IBM employs more than 30 Dreamers working in a variety of […]

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The Only Life I’ve Ever Known

The following post is part of a THINKPolicy series profiling IBM Dreamers and their personal stories. Their identities have been protected for confidentiality. I remember feeling incredibly confused. I was just about to finish high school. I had worked hard to get my diploma. My parents hadn’t gone to college, but I knew that I […]

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Artificial Intelligence Seizes the Attention of UK Government

IBM recently shared its view with the UK House of Lords that the real value in AI lies in its ability to augment, not replace, human expertise.

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With Tax Reform, We Can Do More

The last time America reformed the tax code, there were no cell phones, no Internet, and laptop computers didn’t exist. These life-changing developments have completely transformed our economy. America is past due for a tax system that fits the 21st century. It’s not just unwise for our country to have a decades-old system that doesn’t […]

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I’m an IBMer…and a Dreamer

The following post is part of a THINKPolicy series profiling IBM Dreamers and their personal stories. Their identities have been protected for confidentiality. It took me five and a half years to get my engineering degree, but I never gave up. I first came to the United States when I was 11. My parents brought […]

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How DACA Enabled Me to Become an IBMer

The following post is part of a THINKPolicy series profiling IBM Dreamers and their personal stories. Their identities have been protected for confidentiality. For as long as I can remember, I’ve felt American. I have lived in America since I was 12. I went to grade school and high school here, made friends here, and […]

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I Felt Like a Normal American Kid…Then Everything Changed

The following post is part of a THINKPolicy series profiling IBM Dreamers and their personal stories. Their identities have been protected for confidentiality. When I was growing up, my parents always pushed me to do well in school, to get involved and to give back to our community. I studied; I volunteered; I was in […]

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IBM Letter of Support for Legislation to Fight Human Trafficking

IBM today voiced its support for legislation to prevent internet technologies from being abused by criminals engaged in sex trafficking.

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My American Dream, Minus the Paperwork

The following post is the first in a THINKPolicy series profiling IBM Dreamers and their personal stories. Their identities have been protected for confidentiality.  My story is the American Dream—work hard, make something of yourself, go to college, build a life here. It’s the American Dream in all but one way—paperwork. I was born in […]

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