Cognitive Computing

Description

An emerging discipline of computer science that focuses on a number of related artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms in order to perform analytical functions. Many of these fall into the domain of data science as well.


7 months ago
By Sameer Dhanrajani  |  December 29, 2018  |  Source: CogWorld on FORBES Three Ways to Facilitate a Symbiotic Relationship between Cognitive Intelligence and Behavioral Sciences After every conference, I speak at about the transformative power of Artificial Intelligence and its potential to unlock untold business value, the one question that often crops up from the audience is if AI is expected to perform much of the grunt work in the enterprise world, what scope is there for the so-called ‘human’…

1 year 2 months ago
      By Neil Movold  |  May 7, 2018 Like many journeymen, I have had the fortunate opportunity to build up a long career of experiences across many industries and around the world. The best part is that most of those experiences had involved working at the bleeding edge of technological evolution. From being named one of the most influential individuals in Bermuda’s history when I opened a whole nation to the wonders of the Internet, to starting a company focused on building a real cognitive system…

1 year 5 months ago
Praful Krishna, CEO, Coseer | May 15, 2017 | Source: Coseer  It’s conquered Go and cracked the labyrinthine code of human language but, on a global scale, the technology of artificial intelligence is still maturing. To get to the next generation of AI, we need to equip it with accountability and democratize it with scale. AI that is able to show us exactly how it makes all decisions, will allow us to understand its reasoning. AI that is lightweight, yet powerful enough to efficiently apply to applications…

1 year 7 months ago
By Gary Olson (Guest Columnist)  |  November 28, 2017 The history of computers has been a continuum of using technology to perform human tasks theoretically faster, more efficiently and more accurately.  In some instances computers are able to accomplish tasks or calculations beyond human capabilities in a reasonable time frame.   Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become the catch term for all advanced computer accomplishments.  Now we delineate Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Cognitive Computing and…

2 years 2 months ago
By Tom Davenport   Three decades in the past, companies were wrestling with the implementation of enterprise-wide transaction systems. Two decades ago, many organizations were anxious to develop electronic commerce capabilities. A decade ago, most firms were just beginning to think about how to embrace advanced analytics for better decision-making. Today, forward-thinking companies want to be cognitive—to master machine and deep learning, natural language processing, and other cognitive technologies.Of…

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CogWorld eFeature #1 By Peter Fingar  |  May 3, 2017 Crossing the Cognitive Chasm, Circa 2017 Introducing the notion of "cognitive destruction" of established industries... Many many pundits have made their predictions for cognitive technologies in 2017. Here we provide a sampling of links to those predictions. However, let’s also raise our perspective and look at the state of cognitive from a macro perspective. We can use Geoffrey Moore’s 1991 classic “Crossing the Chasm,” but update it with a…

2 years 2 months ago
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…

2 years 2 months ago
Original COGNITIVE WORLD publication date May, 2017 We all chafe against the brittleness of SIRI, Alexa, Google… every day.  They’re so incredibly useful and yet so incredibly… well, stupid, at the same time.  For instance: Me to Google: How tall was the President of the United States when Donald Trump was born? Google to me: 37 million hits, none of which (okay, I didn’t really read through all of them) tell me the answer.  Almost all of them tell me that the Donald was born on June 14, 1946. Me to…

2 years 2 months ago
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.

2 years 4 months ago
By Praful Krishna, Coseer   Tactical Cognitive Computing brings the advanced sciences of cognitive computing to general purpose day-to-day applications without prohibitive costs. Cognitive computing is the latest buzzword in the tech industry. Bellwethers like IBM, Microsoft, Salesforce and others are investing billions in the area. The industry promises a human-like thought using Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing and other techniques to process and learn from unstructured data. While…