Jeremy Dies has been working on IBM’s Smarter Cities initiative since 2010. In his current role, Jeremy leads a team of consultants that work with governments across North America to help them transform government and education. Always fascinated by big data problems, Jeremy formerly managed the Genographic Project, a non-profit scientific research joint venture between IBM and the National Geographic Society. The Genographic Project uses innovative analysis of DNA from hundreds of thousands of global volunteers to map mankind’s earliest migrations and draw the human family tree. Jeremy was also a brand and product manager in IBM’s Software division, where he led business planning and development of several new IBM Software businesses. Jeremy has a BS in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University.
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