Welcome to the Smarter Planet Blog: Building a Smarter Planet
Building a smarter planet is an IBM-sponsored blog intended to provide readers with a place to talk about the issues raised within the content. It is our hope that you will feel compelled to share some of the things you see, read and hear on this blog with your friends, family and peers. This blog is not going to deliver final answers to the issues raised, but we hope it acts as a starting point for conversations about how we can help make our planet smarter. All postings represent the opinions of the individual contributors, and do not necessarily represent IBM’s positions, strategies, or opinions. Contributors are not paid for their postings, although IBM employees are compensated by IBM as employees.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
The Smarter Planet blog is edited by Kevin Winterfield. Click here for a full list of authors and their contributions.
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