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The Confidence Curve
By Ciara Gogan

When I was a kid, I thought I could fly. I have memories of flying, floating really, down the stairs in the home I grew up in.   Read More

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Robot Spirits: How Religion and Culture Could Impact Automation Acceptance
By Marian Cook

As robotics starts to spread, the degree to which countries can succeed in the robot era will depend in part on culture . . . on how readily people accept robots into their lives.   Read More

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Tuomo Suntola Receives the International Millennium Technology Prize
By Laura Myers

Technology Academy Finland awards the International Millennium Technology Prize every two years. The prize is not a reward for lifetime achievement, but rather as encouragement for further development and research.   Read More

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There Is No Quality Without I: Second Installment
By Usha Guduri

With the need for a team to move fast while preserving the eminence of the software application, the simplest solution is to ensure quality the first time.   Read More

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An Interview with Rhonda Childress
By Julia Miglets

Rhonda Childress is an IBM Fellow Vice President - GTS Data Security and Privacy Officer. As one of only 25 female IBM Fellows in IBM's history, Ms. Childress has created many firsts in her 25-year IBM Career.   Read More

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The Future of Work Needs Teams with These Five Skills
By Cheryl Cran

A new team-centric structure is arising among businesses and governments around the world, according to a recent Economist article.   Read More