A recap of this morning's IBM GIO discussion on energy, transportation and mobile innovation.
It's never been easier to get somewhere, and it's never been harder. Global shipping is the backbone of global shipping around the world. The industry is expensive and drowning in data and paperwork. How can we fix it?
Over the last 20 years the amount of time we (Americans) spend in in traffic has gone up 250%. The answer is not more roads. The answer is how to move better, how to improve the system.
On energy and environment: 50 million tons of electrical equipment waste
every year. It's not cradle to grave, it's cradle to cradle. There is
more aluminum in American land fills then there is left to find in American
mines. So, should we begin to mine the land fills? The poorest
nations in the world are those with the scarcest water resources. And those
with abundant water supplies waste it. Will water supply issues stifle
Some things to think about...