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GLOBAL: IBM, universities push for 'smarter planet'
IBM announced last week that it is collaborating with 250-plus universities in 50 countries to promote the Service Science Management and Engineering curriculum, with the ultimate goal of creating solutions for a 'smarter planet', writes Mary Grush in Campus Technology.

SSME is designed to produce students with the divergent combination of skills required - in business, technology and social sciences - to work with complex systems and networks like the energy grid or water management.

Campus Technology interviewed Jim Spohrer, IBM's director of Global University Programmes, for more details.
Interview on the Campus Technology site
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