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January 14, 2010


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I hope it will become a reality in due time and perhaps in a much earlier time.

population densities, cities will remain hotbeds of communicable diseases. By standardizing methods for sharing health information and analyzing disease outbreaks, public health officials will know precisely when, where and how diseases are spreading.

Even before receiving an emergency phone call. In support of the news: IBM is helping law enforcement agencies analyze information so they can anticipate crime and be ready to respond when it happens. Also the New York Fire Department has selected IBM to build a state-of-the-art system for collecting and sharing data in real-time and the company is also designing smart levee systems to prevent cities from devastating floods.

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