IBM bets on data-centric computing

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image captionDr Jai Menon says self-learning computers are the future

Each week we ask high-profile technology decision-makers three questions.

This week it is Dr Jai Menon, the chief technology officer and vice-president for technical strategy for IBM's Systems and Technology Group.

He holds 52 patents and is arguably most famous for his contribution to the Raid storage technology. Computing giant IBM has more than 426,000 employees, generating an annual turnover of just under $100bn (£64.6bn) and profits of $14.8bn.

image captionIBM's Watson computer was a proof of concept, says Dr Menon

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