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IBM has a history of achieving seminal results in artificial intelligence, such as the first machine translation program, the first competitive game-playing computer, and the first speech recognition system that addressed the general dictation problem. This paper describes the unique characteristics of IBM that enabled researchers to continuously achieve breakthroughs in artificial intelligence.
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