cognitive computing


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal.

cognitive computing

An umbrella term for artificial intelligence (AI) applications that attempt to mimic the human brain. See neural processing unit, AI, machine learning and virtual assistant.
References in periodicals archive ?
Cognitive computing - an extension of traditional big data analytics - builds upon these capabilities.
It's no longer a matter of when insurance carriers will begin to use cognitive computing, big data and data standards, but how.
"Cognitive computing is surging in customer demand for one simple reason: it aids human decision-making, and that is central to the successful management of any organisation, large or small", said Yousuf Al Kubaisi, chief operating officer, Ooredoo Qatar.
The ecosystem will utilize cognitive computing to create a new class of cognitive powered apps, services and business in the region.
Most cognitive computing architectures "learn" by establishing layers of interconnected neural networks and then running multiple Monte Carlo simulations, changing the relative weightings of the decision points in the networks as they determine the best route to the desired results.
Cognitive computing represents a new form of computing in which machines are no longer programmed.
MD CASE is a multilayered, intelligent, self-healing network of smart, disparate sensors (active and passive) and weapon systems connected to a cognitive computing system.
Establishment, the technology arm of Smart Dubai, said, "Cognitive computing is
IBM Research is engaged in a research program in symbiotic cognitive computing to investigate how to embed cognitive computing in physical spaces.
Because companies shouldn't let so much customer data go to waste, IBM introduced several cognitive computing capabilities.
Connie draws on domain knowledge from IBM's Watson cognitive computing engine and associated speech APIs and WayBlazer to inform guests about local tourist attractions, make dining recommendations, and introduce hotel features and amenities.
Full browser ?