Join us Wednesday, December, 3: 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the Gilbane Conference to learn why now is the time to get up to speed!
Cognition is recognized as a human brain function, combining individual knowledge with contextual understanding. Keeping this in mind, we will be interested to learn more about the emerging field of cognitive computing from industry insiders. We will hear from industry analysts about the work of the recently formed Cognitive Computing Consortium, which has gathered a cross-disciplinary roster of expert members who are evaluating the impact this new style of computing may have on innovation and business performance. We will also hear an industry perspective from pioneers in the application of cognitive software to business problem solving.
With the volume of data in most enterprises far surpassing the amount of quality curated content by orders-of-magnitude, we look to technology to make raw data more meaningful. Over several generations of machine learning and artificial intelligence software, the technology has now brought advanced decision support out of the lab and into the business mainstream. Our speakers will give us the context, state-of-the-art, and future directions for this newly launched area of computing.
Lynda Moulton, Principal, LWM Technology Services
Jeff Eisen, Distinguished Engineer and Chief Architect of the Watson Platform, IBM
Guy Mounier, Co-founder and CEO, CustomerMatrix
Hadley Reynolds, Principal Analyst, NextEra Research and Susan E. Feldman, CEO, Synthexis and Cognitive Computing Consortium
Cognitive Computing: What It Is and Why You Will Soon Care