Cognitive AI

Description

A subclass of (or precursor towards) artificial general intelligence, cognitive AI attempts to make use of components believed to be used in human cognition and emulates them as software. This includes such things as contextualization software, pattern recognition, deep learning, dynamic semantics and similar areas. 


1 month ago
AI is blossoming, but the real advantage of AI is yet to come. While organizations are mesmerized by the power of AI on left-brained activities of facts, rules and logic, the big opportunity lies fallow. It's the right-brained activities that help with insight, interpretation, intuition, judgment and reasoning where the big benefits can be gleaned. The leverage of general policies, creativity and constraints are not natural in the world of AI today. Because it is difficult today, many pass reasoning and…

2 years 6 months ago
The world is speeding up and accelerating as you read this article. Big data keeps piling up; new IoT devices are multiplying exponentially; new patterns of threats and opportunities are emerging by the second; decisions are lagging optimal conclusions; the goals keep changing; the governance complexity is growing; and your actions had better be on the mark. Your processes can’t hang with this pace and you can’t collaborate fast enough to get the brain power on the job. It’s worse than the game called “…

2 years 6 months ago
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…

2 years 6 months ago
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…