Archive for 2015

Workshop: Cognitive Computing and Sentiment Analysis

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When: July 15, 2015
Where: Sentiment Analysis Symposium; New York, NY

Sue Feldman and Hadley Reynolds will be giving a workshop on cognitive computing and sentiment analysis.

Cognitive computing can be considered a superset of analytics, search, business intelligence, advertising, AI and machine learning.All of these technologies are currently coalescing around the concept of cognitive computing, with a healthy dose of user experience, recommendation engines and contextual personalization thrown in.This presentation by Sue Feldman and Hadley Reynolds, co-founders of ...

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The Case for Cognitive Computing

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When: August 19, 2015 – 9:45 AM
Where: Smart Data Conference; San Jose, CA

Sue Feldman will be giving a session on cognitive computing and its impact on business.

The confluence of big data techniques, NLP, cloud computing have propelled the rising interest in cognitive computing. Beyond they hype, though, is both a promise and a complexity that are poorly understood. This session will define cognitive computing, examine the system components that cognitive systems have in common and their major ...

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Cognitive Computing: Life Imitates Popular Culture

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The pivotal moment in The Imitation Game when viewers knew that Alan Turing and his MI6 colleagues were going to win the day was also the moment they saw the first foreshadowing of cognitive computing—where processes were developed that used a hybrid of man and machine to attack problems beyond the understanding of either.

Turing, the subject of the movie and the book by the same name, was the first to theorize ...

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Cognitive Computing Training from CognitiveScale

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CognitiveScale has announced CognitiveU, which it describes as a comprehensive training curriculum for systems integrators, enterprise IT professionals and application developers. CognitiveU includes interactive sessions that weave together technology, methods and standards to deliver real-life examples and hands-on exercises, the company explains.

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Expert System to Acquire TEMIS

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Expert System has signed an agreement to acquire leading text analytics provider TEMIS. Expert System says the acquisition is part of its strategy for growth and internationalization, as well as for strengthening its cognitive computing solutions, which make technology more intelligent and better able to help organizations develop the capacity to analyze, correlate and exploit the wealth of knowledge available to them, especially through unstructured information.

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Healthcare and Cognitive Computing Team Up for Big Changes

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Data, data, data-it’s everywhere. Everything, including your watch, your grocery store, and even your car, can collect it from you. But what do companies do with all this data they collect–and, more importantly, how can they make the best and most efficient use of it? That’s where cognitive computing comes in. It uses a variety of techniques–such as image and speech recognition and machine-learning algorithms–to sense, predict, and even think.

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Inspiration, Insights, & Innovation through Cognitive Computing

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When: November 2, 2015
Where: KMWorld; Washington, DC

Sue Feldman will be holding a workshop with Swami Chandrasekaran & Luke Palamara, Product Portfolio Managers, Watson Products, at IBM, on cognitive computing.


Imagine if you could understand the personality characteristics of your cus­tomers at a deeper level. Imagine if you could find new, related pathways in your data to make discoveries in a fraction of the time you could before. Imagine a world where information presented itself at the ...

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Need a Digital Assistant?

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We’ve been talking to several startup and spinout firms whose intention is to thread cognitive software into a new generation of digital assistant applications tightly focused on specific fields of expertise. Think smart apps for health insurance providers seeking to optimize their decisions on coverage across millions of different kinds of conditions and treatment options. Or financial portfolio analysis assistants incorporating comprehensive recommendations from professional research, breaking news, social media commentary ...

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