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Cognitive Computing

1. What is Cognitive Computing?

Machines have human-like sensations and intelligently recognize and operate the user's intentions. It refers to computing that simulates the thinking process. Cognitive computing works similarly to the way the human brain thinks and works, backed by natural language processing, artificial intelligence, and a wide range of data in computer models.
Some say that Cognitive Computing represents the third era of computing. We have moved from computers that can tabulate sums (1900s) to programmable systems (1950s) and now cognitive systems.
Cognitive technology strengthens an enterprise's IT infrastructure. As a result, business organizations have the ability to reduce costs by ensuring increased productivity and operational speed.

2. Key Benefits of Cognitive Computing

 - Accelerate decision making to improve current level of efficiency
 - Fast and consistent expansion of both processes
 - Accelerate performance by capturing real knowledge
 - Massive improvements to existing business practices that are prone to errors or are inefficient


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