IBM reveals top-five tech that will transform the world in the next five years

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As the global population tops eight billion people, technology will be essential just to put food on the table, warns IBM's Arvind Krishna

IBM has unveiled the innovations it believes will change our lives the most over the next five years, and they're all related to the very things keeping us alive: food and water. To meet the dem...

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