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Friday, June 24, 2016

SAS Guide to Cognitive Computing

Nicely done and non technical via SAS.  It is interesting that I do not hear the term 'cognitive computing' too often by vendors, except for IBM.  Gotten into some mild arguments about what cognitive means here.   I take it fairly broadly ... anything that includes skill we would see as human-like.

Language processing,  learning,  non trivial reasoning,  abstract reasoning, Process organization,  analogical reasoning,  image recognition ....       And now we expect computers to be faster, at least serially ....  and to have limitless searchable memory.   Then as we progress the expectation moves forward.

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