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What will cognitive computing change?

13 Sep, 2016 10:22 am
- Cognitive computing is used in numerous artificial intelligence applications, notably expert systems, natural language programming and neuronal and robotic networks. According to the International Data Corporation, by 2020, 50% of all data analysis tools will use predictive modelling technology based on cognitive functions. 

- Numerous sectors are concerned. IBM's "Watson" super-computer helps doctors carry out diagnoses as well as helping sales people to understand their markets.

- In France, the Crédit Mutuel CIC bank wants to use such technology to help employees deal with customer emails. In the UK, clothing company Macy's is experimenting with an intelligent mobile app which answers client questions based on the specific store they are in, to help them find the best-suited locally available products.
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