We are fast-approaching a new era of computing called cognitive computing. Cognitive computing systems will learn, interact and adapt naturally to support consumers, knowledge workers and business decision makers. This new computing era is not an incremental change. It will disrupt industries and how work gets performed within those industries. It signifies a fundamental shift in how machines interact with us and the environment.
I recently published my trend report Cognitive Computing Trends to Watch in 2014. The report provides an overview of Cognitive Computing and what to watch in 2014 in related topics like IBM Watson, Artificial Intelligence, and Smart Machines. In the deck, I provide important trends and predictions about Cognitive Computing trends in 2014.
Below I’ve provided you some articles on this trend that I thought you would want to read.
|The Economist Group||The machine of a new soul|
|BGR||What might finally take Siri to the next level? You.|
|IPWatchdog||What is a Computer?|
|opus Research||10 Trends to Watch: Conversational Commerce 2014|
|inside BigData||A Look Ahead at Big Data and Cognitive Computing|
|Wired Innovation Insights||Artificial Intelligence Set to Deliver ‘Wow’|
|CSC||Becoming a Believer in Artificial Intelligence|
|New York Times||Brainlike Computers, Learning From Experience|
|IBM||Bringing Cognitive Computing to the Enterprise|
|The Bridge||Cognition-as-a-Service will be big in 2014|