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Brain-Computer Interfaces: A New Direction in Human-Computer Interaction

From remote controlled weapons to alleviating the isolation of a “locked in” person to children’s games that reveal insights about concentration, Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) are the link for controlling computers using neural input.  Through brain imaging and signal acquisition techniques, researchers are discovering applications of BCIs in real world settings. This opportunity is open to all invitees and […]

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Entrepreneurs Plan Growth

Atlanta CEO Council executives are planning for growth this year, focusing on entrepreneurial opportunities and partnerships, according to a recent survey of nearly 200 ACEO participants. Executives cite “insourcing” as an expansion area, keeping jobs closer to home.  And most plan to be around a long time through growth and re-investment for sustainability. Insourcing – keeping jobs that might […]

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Myths about Morality: What Leaders Don’t Understand about Popular Ethics

Paul Root Wolpe, Ph.D. is the director of the Center for Ethics at Emory, the Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Bioethics, the Raymond F. Schinazi Distinguished Research Chair in Jewish Bioethics, and a professor in the departments of medicine, pediatrics and sociology. He also serves as the first bioethicist for the National Aeronautics and Space […]

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Atlanta CEOs Plan More IT Spending

Responses from nearly 200 Atlanta CEO Council members indicate that they will spend more IT dollars in 2012. But the economy overwhelmingly dominates concerns for next year. IDC predicts worldwide IT spending to increase 6.9% to $1.8 trillion in 2012. Will you increase your IT spending in 2012? Less than 10% 29.44% Greater than 10% […]

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Ron Clark Academy Accepts $44,750 Check

Atlanta CEO Council awards scholarship funds to Ron Clark Academy

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