Businesses across all sectors are taking a keen interest in the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) to address its most pressing challenges. AI is already known for its ability to speed up processes, streamline operations, and of course to crunch vast quantities of data faster than a human ever could. But when it comes to systems that can think for themselves? This reality is closer than you might think.
Cognitive AI assimilates data from multiple sources, in different formats, and is able to weigh up these data to form insights. This type of AI differs from others in its ability to mimic the way the human brain works. Cognitive AI systems are interactive, contextual, and, crucially, adaptive, in that they learn and evolve dynamically as new information comes to light. Far from replacing humans, AI is being taught to work alongside humans, helping to enhance the work we do or fulfill needs in other ways. Early adopters of cognitive technologies view them as critical to the future success of their organization and the ability to digitally evolve.
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