Tag: Cognitive Computing

Analytics | Internet of Things | Machine Learning
Federico Aguggini 0
Quel che resta dell’esattezza: come sfidare l’intelligenza artificiale

“Un uomo può considerarsi veramente soddisfatto solo quando sa di aver servito appieno il suo padrone” (cit. Mr. Stevens, “Quel che resta del giorno” di Kazuo Ishiguro) Parecchi anni fa, ai tempi dei miei studi universitari, mi occupavo di teatro. Un giorno, nel ripetere un esercizio legato all’interpretazione di un

Internet of Things
Adrian Jones 0
FutureAnalytics: Cognitive computing in IoT deployments

Cognitive computing is effectively the development of ‘computer as brain’. Cognitive computing systems can handle complex, ambiguous situations, looking for ‘best’ rather than ‘right’ answers. In preparation for sessions at Analytics Experience in Rome, I  caught up with Sue Feldman, co-founder of the Cognitive Computing Consortium,  for a preview. How does cognitive

Wayne Thompson 0
How can cognitive computing improve air travel?

If cognitive computing were adopted widely by companies in the travel industry, what would a typical trip look like for a business traveler? Might some of your biggest travel frustrations be relieved? Let’s find out. It’s a beautiful day, and you have an important customer briefing in LA. You’ve already

Analytics | Internet of Things
Andreas Becks 0
Warum intelligente Maschinen nicht den Menschen ersetzen (Teil1)

 Das Thema Künstliche Intelligenz (intelligente Maschinen) sorgt nach wie vor für Verwirrung und Unsicherheit. Ängstliche Fragen wie „Sind Roboter bald intelligenter als Menschen?“ und „Werden sie uns die Arbeitsplätze wegnehmen?“ bestimmen die Schlagzeilen – auch bei gut informierten Fachmedien. Selbst Stephen Hawking warnt vor künstlicher Intelligenz und der Tesla-Chef gar