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  1. Cognitive computing

    Cognitive computing (CC) describes technology platforms that, broadly speaking, are based on the scientific disciplines of artificial intelligence and

  2. Cognitive computer

    readings after events such as exercise or eating, and using the cognitive computing chip to normalize the data and work out the ‘normal’ heartbeat. It

  3. List of Steins;Gate episodes;Gate_episodes

    original net animation episodes, titled Steins;Gate: Sōmei Eichi no Cognitive Computing, have also been produced in collaboration with IBM. On December 2

  4. Natural computing

    reasoning, and response to stimulus, see Cognitive computing and . Cognitive capacities of present-day cognitive computing are far from human level. The same

  5. Cognitive city

    order to attain this goal, the city, among other things, applies cognitive computing. The theory of connectivism implies that humans do not only learn

  6. Cognition

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  7. John E. Kelly III

    Jeopardy! He co-wrote Smart Machines: IBM's Watson and the Era of Cognitive Computing. Kelly is married and a Catholic. He and his wife provided funding

  8. Digital Reasoning

    American company headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee. It offers cognitive computing services to intelligence agencies, financial institutions and healthcare

  9. Informatics

    Conference on Cognitive Informatics and Cognitive Computing: 3–4. doi:10.1109/ICCI-CC.2013.6622217. ISBN 978-1-4799-0783-0. S2CID 12488667. "Computing Classification

  10. Cognitive architecture

    Biologically inspired cognitive architectures Blue Brain Project BRAIN Initiative Cognitive architecture comparison Cognitive computing Cognitive science Commonsense