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Introduction to cognitive computing and its various applications
Aghav-Palwe, Sushila,
Published in Elsevier,https://books.google.co.in/books?id=-n0e
Volume: 1
Pages: 1 - 18
Cognitive computing is an intelligent system that converses with and mimics the human being in a natural form by learning at scale, reasoning with purpose. Cognitive computing is the third era of computing and now cognitive computing has attracted considerable attention in both academia and industry. Machines and humans’ intelligence gets combined to solve the most complex problems of the world. Complicated problems can be solved by computing framework without intervention of humans. Natural language processing with emotion analysis, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, neural networks are building blocks of cognitive computing process to tackle problems as the way human beings do. Nowadays, advance technologies adapt cognitive computing in many areas to assist human experts in smart decision making for the betterment of businesses. Current technology expectations are to make human life better and to help them work in better ways. Nowadays, there is explosive data growth, business conditions are also changing rapidly so intelligent, hassle-free, and enhanced interactions amongst human beings and technology can be effectively addressed by cognitive systems. AI is in use in many apps like the Alexa: Amazon voice assistant, Netflix and Amazon algorithms which recommend the next to watch or buy. Some examples of personal assistants that uses cognitive computing are Alexa, Siri, Google assistant, and Cortana. Advancement of technology and its adoption in the public and private sectors will greatly affect the future of cognitive computing due to technology evolutionary paths and trends. Cognitive systems must be adaptive, interactive, iterative, and stateful and contextual in commercial and widespread applications. Some of the applications that can use cognitive computing to gain benefits from this type of technology are cognitive computing for changing business values, Financial and Investment firms, Healthcare and veterinary medicine, Travel and Tourism, Health and wellness, Education and learning, Agriculture, Communication and network technology. © 2021 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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