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Consortium Presents – Evaluating AI Projects: Consortium and Babson Discuss New Tool at AIWorld, Boston, Wednesday 12/5/18

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Have you ever wondered if you’re using the right tools to guide decisions that have to be made about AI projects?

You’ll find that new research by the Cognitive Computing Consortium and Babson College Technology, Operations, and Information Management presents a new set of perspectives on evaluating cognitive computing projects. The session begins at 2:30 pm at the Cognitive Computing track at AIWorld, Wednesday 12/5/18.

Deciding to adopt a new technology is a daunting ...

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Consortium Presents – Keynote Panel at KMWorld’s Text Analytics Forum 11/7/18

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On Wednesday 11/7, the Cognitive Computing Consortium’s co-founders, Susan Feldman and Hadley Reynolds, will be presenting “Cognitive Computing Panel: Finding The Sweet Spot For Cognitive Computing.” They are joined by Dino Eliopulos, Managing Director at Earley Information Science and Tuba Islam, of the Artificial Intelligence & Text Analytics group at SAS. The conference is co-located at KMWorld with 4 other events focusing on a range of information management topics. The event is being held at the J.W. Marriott in Washington, ...

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Consortium Presents – Cognitive Computing Track at AIWorld, Boston, Wednesday 12/5/18

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On Wednesday 12/5/18, the Cognitive Computing Consortium is presenting a half-day track of presentations and panels devoted to issues of Cognitive Computing. The Consortium is a Premier Association Sponsor of AIWorld 2018. Consortium Co-founder Hadley Reynolds acts as track chair.

Beginning at 2:00 pm, the program features four sessions. The opening session focuses on issues of leadership in today’s cognitive computing projects. The second session takes up the future of work and the ...

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Baidu Adds Speech Technologies to Palette of Cognitive APIs

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Baidu proves once again that it can play cognitive open source at the world class level of a Google or a Facebook or a Microsoft as it announced the availability of four core speech technologies. These are Long Utterance Speech Recognition, Far-Field Speech Recognition, Expressive Speech Synthesis and Wake Word.

The speech APIs join a growing list of public Baidu AI resources, including PaddlePaddle, its deep learning platform, and technologies for cognitive applications including: facial recognition, optical character recognition, and natural ...

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