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  1. Affective computing

    originated with Rosalind Picard's 1995 paper on affective computing and her book Affective Computing published by MIT Press. One of the motivations for the

  2. Cognitive flexibility

    Cognitive flexibility has been described as the mental ability to switch between thinking about two different concepts, and to think about multiple concepts

  3. IBM

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

  4. Cognitive walkthrough

    The cognitive walkthrough method is a usability inspection method used to identify usability issues in interactive systems, focusing on how easy it is

  5. 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

  6. Topcoder

    particular. Within this partnership, Topcoder has created a dedicated Cognitive sub-community and run numerous educational and customer-oriented challenges

  7. Computer science

    central computing unit. When the machine was finished, some hailed it as "Babbage's dream come true". During the 1940s, as new and more powerful computing machines

  8. Quantone

    recommendations to their product range, announcing a collaboration with IBM's cognitive computing platform, Watson. Quantone also addresses special issues, such as

  9. Manipal Hospitals India

    for Oncology in 2016. Watson is the first commercially available cognitive computing cloud platform that analyzes high volumes of data understands complex

  10. 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