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, DC.
The session asks:
How do you decide whether cognitive computing is right—even necessary—for your organization? When new and complex technologies like AI and cognitive computing burst on the scene, it’s easy to rush to adopt them. The result is often confusion and technology abandonment when the new applications don’t meet expectations. Hoping to forestall this shelfware phenomenon, in 2016 the Cognitive Computing Consortium started to develop guidelines for understanding how to use cognitive applications. Our goal was to come up with a set of usage profiles that developers could match to their planned use of cognitive technologies. This presentation describes the Consortium framework for understanding cognitive applications and gives examples of successful uses for a variety of purposes such as customer relations, healthcare, and robotics. A panel of experienced experts then describes how they are using cognitive applications and fields questions on that topic from the audience.
Visit the session at 11:00 am at the J.W. Marriott in our nation’s capital.Share