The top 10 pieces of IBM news from June you need to know!

June was a busy month for IBM! IBMers marched in Pride marches from NYC to The Philippines; IBM and Sesame Workshop piloted cognitive learning; Watson Beat collaborated with Broadway star Seth Rudetsky and more! So whether you are preparing for an interview, writing an application or just have a general interest in all things IBM – these 10 facts from the past month will be right up your street!

1.Ginni Rometty pledges IBM to promote diversity as a member of the CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion committee: 

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2.IBM and Sesame Workshop complete pilot of industry-first ‪cognitive vocab learning app with Gwinnett Schools: 

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3.IBM Research’s design breakthrough enables 30 billion transistors to fit on a chip the size of a fingernail: 

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 4.How the projects for this year’s Science for Social Good initiative necessitate advances in science and tech: 

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5.IBM Chief Diversity Officer Lindsay-Rae McIntyre on how diversity is a culture, not a program:  @Glassdoor

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6.”Inside IBM’s stunning transformation to the ‪cloud: 10 key insights”, via Forbes: 

7.“The company has in its DNA the ability to change.” Ginni Rometty on transformation and IBM’s moon shot:

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8.How IBM is reshaping the fan experience at Wimbledon with ‪cognitive: 

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9.Watch Broadway musician @SethRudetsky collaborate with #WatsonBeat on a new tune to celebrate the #TonyAwards2017

10.Bots for the greater good: 6 #chatbots making the world a better place.  #bots #AI #techforgood

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2 thoughts

  1. Hello Anas, so glad to see you have enjoyed your time at IBM so far. You make IBM what it is and together we will continue to transform the world with our cognitive solutions and cloud platforms.

  2. July will mark my 3 year anniversary with IBM within the Security division and I have to say that it’s been a great period. Seeing all the cool offerings and technologies that is being developed and knowing that I’m a part of this great company makes me proud.

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