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Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing

| 1 year 5 months ago | Cognitive World on Forbes

By Praful Krishna  |  October 1, 2017 The first artificial neural networks were developed in the 1960s, when The Beatles and The Rolling Stones topped the charts. But it is only in the last 10 years that advances in computational power and big data have made them useful enough to pique the interest of the business community. One technique in particular has proven itself spectacularly successful in getting the most out of neural networks – deep learning, or the application of complex neural network… more

Mentor InSight Debuts World’s First Trophy Award Created by a Robot at Lionbridge v2#AIShowBiz Event

| 1 year 5 months ago | Cognitive World on Forbes

By Molly Lavik  |  December 5, 2017  |  Source: Mentor InSight Mentor InSight Debuts World’s First Trophy Award Created by a Robot at Lionbridge v2#AIShowBiz Event Momenta Synthetic Robot Brain Gives Futuristic Look Into AI with Emotional Intelligence HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 05, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mentor InSight (http://www.AIShow.Biz), the media and market maker company with a moon shot mission to create an Obi-Wan Kenobi style like guru, today announced the world’s first trophy designed by a robotic “… more

Interactive Embedded Visualizations

| 1 year 8 months ago | Cognitive World on Forbes

CogWorld partner iKnowCentral's interactive embedded visualizations capabilities involve representations of deep taxonomies and much more. iKnowCentral is CogWorld's co-founder Dr. Kiran Garimella's company. iKnowCentral also creates abstraction layers for corporate APIs that allow companies to consume cognitive capabilities in a vendor-agnostic way, thus helping vendors and clients connect optimally with minimal overhead. More to come on this! Visualize this landscape (of AI in law) interactively.… more

What’s really happening right now with chatbots

| 1 year 11 months ago | Cognitive World on Forbes

What’s really happening right now with chatbots Image Credit: Shutterstock.com/BlurryMe Source: Originally published in Venture Beat By Sanjit Dang June 3, 2017   One night in Corvallis, with the Oregon State basketball team heading to its 14th straight loss of its season, the talk around the hotel bar moved from the television screen to a far different form of communication — chatbots. No one used that word, of course. But the technology took front and center in a conversation about Alexa, the… more

Emerging Technologies to Watch in 2017


By Chuck Brooks A few years back, The McKinsey Global Institute published an informative analysis that comprehensively examined the economic impact of global technology trends. The study was called “Disruptive Technologies: Advances that will transform life, business, and the global economy.”  The McKinsey predictions were highly accurate. As we move ahead into another year of unprecedented technology advancement, it is useful to examine the trends & technologies and applied verticals that are… more

How to Make AI Think like Humans

| 2 years 1 month ago | Cognitive World on Forbes

The entire discipline of cognitive computing is about making artificial intelligence emulate the cognitive processes humans are so used to. In this presentation we talk about five techniques / technologies that we have found to be very successful. These techniques are foundational to Coseer’s tactical cognitive computing, and can be useful to your team. DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION Coseer uses these techniques to automate workflows with 95-98% accuracy within 4-12 weeks. To learn more, please contact us.

3 Reasons You Should Consider Cognitive AI

| 2 years 1 month ago | Cognitive World on Forbes

By Jim Sinur Today, making a business or IT decision requires considering more information and contextual impact than ever before. The need for speed with increasing complexity has opened up the opportunity for technical assistance from Cognitive AI. This post will look into three of these factors and how cognitive powers can be applied to assist decision makers.     In the near future, Cognitive AI will assist decision makers, allowing them to get to their desired business outcomes faster than ever… more

Cognitive Computing: Five “I wish I would haves” to Avoid

| 2 years 1 month ago | Cognitive World on Forbes

Source: Analytics Magazine By Paul Roma Let’s talk about cognitive computing. After all, everybody else is, right? In fact, there’s so much chatter about cognitive, in the worlds of both academia and business, that your instincts probably tell you to ignore it as much as possible – to let everything cool down a bit so that we can recognize it for what it really is. But there’s just one problem with that approach. Cognitive computing is already truly huge, and it’s only expected to get bigger. I don’t… more

7 Predictions To Inform Your 2017 Digital Business Strategy

| 2 years 1 month ago | Cognitive World on Forbes

by Jim Sinur The new year promises opportunities for organizations that are aimed at better business outcomes which leverage digital technologies. 2016 was characterized by significant digital experimentation with intense customer focus and increased operational efficiency.  These themes will continue and be amplified in 2017 along with better security, better business adaptation, and more convergence of digital technologies while seeking a bigger set of digital benefits.     Here are my top 7… more

Leverage Cognitive AI to Make Smarter Decisions

| 2 years 1 month ago | Cognitive World on Forbes

by Jim Sinur The amount of data and information flying our way is almost too much to absorb. It’s even harder to optimize the understanding of that data and leverage it in the right way to make successful decisions. The digital world will only become increasingly complex and faster, so how can organizations and their executives survive and thrive?   AI should have a seat at your decision makers' table  Cognitive AI is here to help provide better explanations, assist with more predictions, and optimize… more