Cognitive computing market

Takeaways: O’Reilly AI

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The first O’Reilly AI Conference served up an AI smorgasbord of ideas at the end of September in New York. We continue to struggle with the resurgence of use of the term “AI” throughout the mainstream press. As we have pointed out, simplistic definitions are erecting big hurdles to useful understanding of the field. Artificial intelligence is a large umbrella term that includes: machine learning of all types, digital assistants, conversational systems, Internet of Things, image and speech recognition, emotion ...

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Under Micro Focus, formerly HPE Autonomy Assets Face Uncertain Future In Cognitive Computing

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The announcement that HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise) has spun out most of its software assets to UK-based Micro Focus International plc indicates that the company is adopting a strategy of retreat from the fast-moving but nascent field of cognitive computing.

Micro Focus has had a successful run up on the London Stock Exchange since the beginning of the year. On the news of the deal, the stock value spiked: it is now up 45% year-to-date. While this should be good news ...

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Getting from A to B: Cognitive Scale Infusion

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Austin-based cognitive platform startup Cognitive Scale announced that it had closed a $21.8 Series B round of funding lead by Intel Capital and Norwest Venture Partners. See more details:

http://www.bizjournals.com/austin/news/2016/08/02/austin-big-data-software-maker-rakes-in-21-8m.html

Founded in 2013 and launched in 2014 by Manoj Saxena and Matt Sanchez, former IBM Watson executives, the company had significant early support from Saxena’s The Entrepreneurs’ Fund. The new round is another indicator that the venture community is beginning to look at cognitive as a maturing opportunity. Most cognitive and ...

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AI vs. Cognitive Computing: How do YOU decide?

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Artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive computing are distinct fields, though the terms are sometimes used interchangeably to refer to the ability of computers to reason. The differences in the fields may seem subtle, but they have distinct approaches and goals. AI advocates are convinced that their machines will provide augmented intelligence that will surpass humans in accuracy and insight or strength and agility. Cognitive computing advocates say that “cognitive assistants” are tools that handle volumes of data and exhaustive rounds ...

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Voice Interfaces Reap New Investment from Tech Giants

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Having a smart digital assistant you send messages to via a keyboard seems like a contradiction in terms. So 20th century. If they’re so smart, why don’t they talk like we do? And there’s the rub: now they don’t, but Amazon, Facebook, and Google, among others, see competitive advantage in bringing the best voice interaction to market. The impact will be similar to the one Google had on internet search, so why not get excited.

ReCode offers a good overview of ...

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