IBM Speaks On Why Cognitive Is A Business Imperative

IBM’s journey toward cognitive computing is well documented in the media. Cognitive computing is loosely defined as a simulating of human thought processes in a computerized model. It’s a self-learning system that mimics the way the human brain works. Cognitive computing is an evolution of the artificial intelligence work that started in the 1960′s. Many people are familiar with IBM’s cognitive computing product, called Watson, through the famous Jeopardy episode where Watson won the game in 2011. Rometty and Haque interview at the Churchill Club Five years later, the cognitive field has changed tremendously. To learn more about cognitive computing, I attended a Churchill Club meeting titled ‘Digital Today, Cognitive Tomorrow’ where Promod Haque, the Senior Managing Partner, from Norwest Venture Partners interviewed Ginni Rometty, the Chairman, President, and CEO of IBM. Ginni Rometty – Chairman, President, and…

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