Cognitive Computing Explained In One Paragraph

The phrase “cognitive computing” is often bandied about when discussing artificial intelligence, data mining and deep machine learning. But what does it actually mean? During Nvidia’s GTC technology conference, IBM Watson’s chief technology officer Rob High gave a perfect distillation of this complex topic. AI image from Shutterstock Watson is a question answering computer system developed by IBM that is capable of interpreting natural everyday language and responding in kind. This ability to “think” unassisted allows it to interact with human customers on their own terms. Unlike most automated attendants, there’s no need to constantly repeat yourself or speak like a robot. Watson is an example of what IBM likes to call “cognitive computing”, which is the latest buzzword in artificial intelligence. While usage of this term is rising, finding…

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