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  1. Stephen J.R. Smith School of Business

    at SmithToronto, the Smith Cognitive Computing Centre enables integration of artificial intelligence and cognitive computing into the curriculum. It features

  2. Turing Robot

    (aka Guangnian Wuxian, 图灵机器人) is a Chinese company that develops cognitive computing technology, deep learning, and intelligent robot operating systems

  3. Dharmendra Modha

    Modha is an Indian American manager and lead researcher of the Cognitive Computing group at IBM Almaden Research Center. He is known for his pioneering

  4. Saffron Technology

    technology company headquartered in Cary, North Carolina, developed cognitive computing systems that use incremental learning to understand and unify by

  5. Steins;Gate;Gate

    titled Steins;Gate - Sōmei Eichi no Cognitive Computing (シュタインズゲート 聡明叡智のコグニティブ・コンピューティング, Steins;Gate Cognitive Computing of Intelligent Wisdom), were released

  6. Stan Franklin

    implementations of Global Workspace Theory. He is founder of the Cognitive Computing Research Group at the University of Memphis. He introduced the topological

  7. Spamming

    detection in Online Social Networks". 2015 International Conference on Cognitive Computing and Information Processing(CCIP). IEEE. pp. 1–6. doi:10

  8. Human-centered computing

    artifacts. Human-centered computing is closely related to human-computer interaction and information science. Human-centered computing is usually concerned

  9. IBM

    13, 2016. Terdiman, Daniel. "IBM, Under Armour Team Up To Bring Cognitive Computing To Fitness Apps". Fast Company. Retrieved August 13, 2016. Franklin

  10. Fuzzy cognitive map

    used to compute the "strength of impact" of these elements. Fuzzy cognitive maps were introduced by Bart Kosko. Ron Axelrod introduced cognitive maps as