What is cognitive computing?
- Cognitive computing is to simulate the human thought process and intelligence in complicated situations. This is via technology-based devices such as computerizing models to assist in situations where it is vague and uncertain.
- Cognitive computing is to make a self-learning functionality using data, language processing, identification of patterns. This is basically a computerised model that almost mimics a human brain and the way it works.
- Computers work faster than humans when it comes to calculating and processing, however, they have not been capable of completing tasks that humans can.
- Cognitive computing systems, particularly IBM’s Watson, is based on extensive learning and networks to have an information procedure.
- The further the cognitive system has been introduced, the more it learns and becomes accurate.