Posts Tagged 'Susan Feldman'

Using AI In An Uncertain World

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Like anything else in life except death and taxes (and even the particulars of these are uncertain), uncertainty is something that humans deal with every day. From relying on the weather report for umbrella advice to getting to work on time, every day actions are fraught with uncertainty and we all have learned how to navigate an unpredictable world. As AI becomes widely deployed, it simply adds a new dimension of unpredictability. Perhaps, however, instead of trying to stuff the ...

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Finding a Model for Information Negotiations—Human or Machine?

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This week, a research group asked me, “For cognitive computing to take off, what advances do you think we need to make the in next five years?” I answered the question, listing the components of a cognitive system, and then discussing which ones were still fairly primitive. But the question continues to haunt me. The fact is that we’ve had most of the components for cognitive computing for a very long time. Language understanding, machine learning, categorization, voting algorithms, search, ...

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Susan Feldman Keynotes Knowledge Management World

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The November 4th sessions of the Knowledge Management World conference in Washington, D.C. kick off with a keynote address by Susan Feldman, co-founder of the Cognitive Computing Consortium.

The keynote addresses the entwined issues of innovation and knowledge management. Agility, speed and flexibility are key requirements for organizations today. Enterprises need a new approach to handling, analyzing, and acting on complex information—as it arrives. Feldman will discuss a new approach to knowledge management that addresses the complex problems enterprises are facing. ...

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