Cognitive Computing in the Enterprise: Cognitive Computing is no longer an esoteric lab experiment. Cognitive Computing is emerging as an actual business technology with a vast array of applications and enormous impact. This CIOPages.com concept briefing on Cognitive Computing in the Enterprise addresses the impact and implications of cognitive computing in knowledge-based organizations and provides a playbook for potential applications in the business realm.
Why should CIOS and Technology Leaders care about Cognitive Computing in the Enterprise?
Cognitive computing involves self-learning systems that use various sophisticated technologies such as data mining, pattern recognition, machine learning, and natural language processing to mimic and behave the way the human brain thinks and works. The market for cognitive computing is growing, and it is going mainstream.
Knowing the prospects and potential of the field and understanding specific and actionable applications of Cognitive Computing will help CIOs and other business and technology leaders in creating a practical and pragmatic playbook for experimenting with and implementing a set of roadmap items.
What is Cognitive Computing in the Enterprise concept?
The Cognitive Computing in the Enterprise Concept Briefing is a PowerPoint deck. The content is both in-depth and broad with ~25 well structured and information-rich slides, which you can reuse with or without modifications.
- Key cognitive technologies and factors which are driving their adoption.
- Business imperatives of knowledge-based organizations, and their mapping to cognitive offerings.
- Operational blueprint of context-aware computing platforms and their applications
- Recommended steps for CIOs for intelligent transformation.
- Case studies of companies using cognitive computing in their knowledge domain.
What does it not include?
- No primary research or original forecasts.
- No in-depth vendor evaluations or rankings.
Cognitive Computing in the Enterprise – Content Outline
- Introduction and definition of Cognitive Computing
- An overview of the technology landscape
- Business imperatives in the Enterprise realm
- Mapping of Business Needs to Cognitive Computing Paradigms
- Maturity Model and Pre-requisites for Adoption of Cognitive Computing Paradigms
- Applications and Use Cases
- Products and Service Offerings in the Cognitive Computing Space
- A playbook for the CIO
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