cognitive computing


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cognitive computing

An umbrella term for artificial intelligence (AI) applications that attempt to mimic the human brain. See neuromorphic chip, AI, machine learning and virtual assistant.
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The first article in this series explained the group's analysis of basic cognitive computing concepts and how it believes the technology will influence the future of knowledge work.
The extension of our relationship through 2019 demonstrates continued support for the Topcoder and IBM communities that lead the world in cognitive computing and artificial intelligence skills.
In many cognitive computing applications, the "smarts" of the system will be expressed through a device of some kind, whether that device is a smart car, a refrigerator that makes shopping lists (and communicates with the grocer to arrange a drone delivery perhaps?
It's no longer a matter of when insurance carriers will begin to use cognitive computing, big data and data standards, but how.
As the definition proposed by the Cognitive Computing Consortium (cognitivecomputingconsortium.
Elios cognitive computing and the Active IQ machine learning, included with all NetApp systems, accelerate access to these collective insights to save time through a transformed customer experience.
Combining these trends with the capability of cognitive computing to deal with both structured data (for example, databases) and unstructured data, such as text and video, opens the door to a new era of machines and humans working together to come to a common outcome.
As part of IBM's strategy to accelerate the growth of cognitive computing, Watson is open to the world, allowing a growing community of developers, students, entrepreneurs and tech enthusiasts to easily tap into the most advanced and diverse cognitive computing platform available today.
The ecosystem will utilize cognitive computing to create a new class of cognitive powered apps, services and business in the region.
Generally speaking, cognitive computing is a subset of AI that uses multiple AI technologies to produce what we recognize as thinking.
Cognitive computing is IBM Watson's approach to AI, and it's being leveraged broadly throughout industries today.
This application takes advantage of the vast data-processing power of cognitive computing and adds channels for data collection (such as sensing applications) and the environmental context to provide business insights.
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