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November 13th, 2004
History repeats at IBM?
"[Future] invention, discovery is likely not to have the same value as the transistor had or the automobile had. The equivalent of those things will be invented or discovered, but by themselves, they are just not going to be able to generate real business value or wealth as these things did." --Nick Donofrio, Senior Vice President of Technology and Manufacturing, IBM, 2004
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