Posts Tagged 'SAS'

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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A Data Scientist’s Take on Cognitive Computing (and more…)

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Join the upcoming Leaders in Cognitive webinar, Wednesday 10/11/17 at 12:00 pm Eastern to meet Wayne Thompson, Chief Data Scientist at SAS Institute.

Wayne will tackle the confusing deep water we find ourselves in trying to navigate the proliferation of hype related to “AI” terms like weak and strong AI, cognitive computing, machine learning, and particularly deep learning. Would you know AI if you met up with it on the street? You should after you’ve heard Wayne’s perspective.

To get a sample ...

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Where Are We With Cognitive Computing Today? Part 2.

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I recently had the opportunity to attend a focus group, sponsored by SAS Institute, on cognitive computing adoption outside the US. The group of early adopters attending this focus group was proceeding with caution. They had the bruises from past new technology experiments and don’t believe the hype around AI today. In each case, it was apparent, however, that they had support from high-level management, and that they were starting with a proof of concept, or several. We have heard ...

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SAS CTO on Viya™ and Cognitive

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The Huffington Post recently published an interview with Oliver Schabenberger, SAS Executive VP and CTO discussing the shifts in advanced analytics, the adoption of deep learning techniques, the increasing use of streaming data analytics, and the emergence of cognitive computing approaches in SAS product lines. All of these capabilities are anchored in SAS’s most recent Cloud platform offering, dubbed Viya™.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lolita-taub/cognitive-business-sas-an_b_13531248.html

Schabenberger takes a pragmatic view on how the AI-supported future will unfold:

“It is unlikely that AI will replace the processes ...

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