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Today, we are taking the IBM Google+ page to the next level by introducing three new circles for our followers.

All you have to do is go through the photos we posted below, “+1” the photos with the topics that most interest you, and we will add you to those circles. Then we will share posts with you about the topics you want to hear about.

Remember to circle back the IBM page (if you haven't already) to receive the posts we share with you.
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Meet the 10 employees who just earned IBM's highest technical talent award, The IBM Fellow Award: https://ibm.biz/BdXX7X #IBMFellows  
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IBM Creates Watson Health to Analyze Medical Data

This new business unit will advance the quality and effectiveness of personal healthcare through a secure and open platform for physicians, researchers, insurers and companies focused on health and wellness solutions.

Read more here: http://nyti.ms/1DeOVOX
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Interesting move. Makes perfect sense. 
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The #IBMblr  has been nominated for two +The Webby Awards. Take a look here: http://bit.ly/1HjSK8j

If you're a fan of  #fractals , you'll love this: http://bit.ly/1DXbB9J
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IBM uses sensors and lasers to track the Masters 

Using internet-connected devices to capture where golf balls are headed, users can now visualize exactly how a golf player tracked the course from their smartphones and tablets.

Give it a try: http://zd.net/1IELfuh
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“All of the problems of the world, could be settled easily, if men were only willing to think.” Thomas J. Watson Sr.

ibm.com/think #IBMThink

This year marks the 100th anniversary of our famous "THINK" signs being used in the company for the first time  
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"Düşün" in Turkish.. And thanks, I agree.
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To accelerate progress, we need to invent the next switch

The transistor was one of the most significant inventions in modern times. One of the most promising avenues for extending today’s conventional chip technology is the field of compound semiconductors.

Scientists are exploring the idea of using indium gallium arsenide in combination with silicon–with the goal of increasing the performance of the chips while decreasing energy consumption.
By John E. Kelly III It’s amazing for me to recall that in 1980 when I came to IBM Research out of graduate school, engineers were striving to design chips containing 100,000 transistors–those tiny electronic switches that process and store data. Today, it’s common to put five or six billion transistors on a sliver of silicon. …
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Acrually, I see the most potential in chip stacking (makes the circuits of chips much more compact) and spin-FET's (much faster, because they do not need to move electrons for switching).

Quantum computing is complex because of the cooling and only give improvements over classical computations in some situations. It works best for tasks like encryption and optimization problems, like finding the best route in logistics or the best way to set up a neuronal/neuromorphic network.

Neuromorphic computing does not reinvent the switch. It is a different architecture. It works more efficient for certain tasks like pattern recognition, but is less efficient for numerical computations or logic. Also it takes more space on the silicon die. Neromorphic processors work best when combined with Von-Neumann processors, because it gives you the opportunity to use the architecture that is most appropriate for a given problem. 
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A sneak peak at the +IBM Watson Cognitive Cookbook developed with +Institute of Culinary Education. Available for purchase today: http://bit.ly/1DFomnj

#IBMWatson   #FoodScience   
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Just in: IBM unveils new partnerships, acquisitions, and #IBMWatsonHealth  business unit

IBM is entering new partnerships with companies including Apple, Johnson & Johnson and Medtronic to help optimize consumer and medical devices for data collection, analysis and feedback.

IBM will also be acquiring +Explorys and +Phytel to advance its healthcare analytics capabilities.

More info here: http://ibm.co/1JEfGOX
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Magistral +IBM 
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Did you catch our new TV ads this past weekend? If not, watch them all here and let us know what you think: http://bit.ly/1IXtuTN
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I really like the 'smarter every day' use case examples. 
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Bobby Jones' golf swing was a subject worthy of study. He analyzed the pattern of his swing, producing results unmatched in his day. Take a look: http://bit.ly/1I4XEED

#IBMThink   #TheMasters  
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Splendide +IBM 
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Looks like someone is ready for their closeup

Take a look at the full TV ad and learn how +IBM Watson is working to make veterinary healthcare smarter every day: http://bit.ly/1OnnZ4y

#IBMThink   #behindthescenes  
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