Posts Tagged 'CognitiveScale'

From Invention to Product

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In the trajectory from invention to product, cognitive computing is following a familiar pathway, but with some additional twists in the road because of the complexity of the technologies involved. IBM’s Watson was a breakthrough in computing. As an invention, it heralded a new computing era. Since 2011, when Watson burst upon the scene, we have seen successful custom deployments, but to have a real market, we need robust products that can be quickly installed and that give repeatable and ...

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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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Cognitive Clouds for IBM Bluemix from Cognitive Scale

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CognitiveScale Cognitive Scale has launched what it says is the first standards-based, industry- and process-centric cognitive cloud that will run on the IBM Bluemix platform. Bluemix is a standards-based cloud platform for building, managing and running applications of all types. It is the third platform as a service running Cognitive Scale’s cognitive clouds, the others being Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud.

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