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9 Startups That Caught IBM's Eye

With applications for jobs ranging from cancer detection to retail pricing, nine data-driven small and midsize businesses (SMBs) vied for Global Entrepreneur of the Year at IBM's SmartCamp competition.
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The SmartCamp Austin winner's technology continuously monitors surface water for dangerous toxins. The patented platform issues early warning alerts when it detects and identifies potential problems. Above, SecureWaters CFO Robert Clark makes his pitch.

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