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September 10th, 2007
Computers to rival humans, predicts IBM exec
On innovations at IBM, Zollar revealed that one of the things the technology giant was considering was the set-up of a nanotechnology centre in the region.
"This is something we are interested in pursuing, perhaps in the UAE," he said.
Zollar's speech was the first in a series of conferences held during GITEX Technology Week, one of DWTC's own innovations for this year.
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