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Before Bill Gates can tax C-3PO, IBM offers a better way forward

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We are at the dawn of profound economic change spurred by technological innovation, which The New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman captures in his book “Thank You for Being Late.” The underlying economic disruptions and dislocations are felt across the globe, especially in developed countries, where many political pollsters credit innovation for triggering the populist uprisings that triggered the Brexit and President Trump and that have permeated the current French presidential election cycle. As technological innovation leads to global uncertainties, individuals and companies seek new best practices to weather the sea change and establish new paths forward.

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