IBM Patents A Way To Help People Lose Weight (IBM)

IBM Patents A Way To Help People Lose Weight (IBM)

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IBM has been awarded a patent for a game that will pay rewards to people who eat right. IBM researcher Michael Paolini is the inventor of the game and says he lost 18 pounds by playing it, reports the New York Times. Paolini says the idea is to give people...
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