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Synthesys 4 introduces advanced analytics enhancements across mutliple text, audio, and image channels Posted June 24, 2016

The strategic partnership will give legal professionals a powerful tool to locate relevant information in real-time Posted June 09, 2016

On a very basic level, NLP enables computers to understand language. Posted May 31, 2016

Datawatch Monarch self-service data prep solution enables data analysts and business users to access, manipulate, and blend data Posted May 19, 2016

Cognitive search and analytics provide deep insights in data and user behavior through machine learning Posted May 06, 2016

While most enterprise firms are caught in the last decade's developments, a new competition at the level of cognitive is beginning in earnest. Posted April 29, 2016

New capabilities help businesses predict customer loyalty and glean social media insights for better outcomes Posted April 27, 2016

Cloud-based site search delivers the best information to site visitors Posted April 27, 2016

Companies will deliver semantic information access solutions for both commercial and federal markets Posted April 22, 2016

Salience for Android enables developers to add text analytics to any app that uses text Posted April 14, 2016

Accenture myWizard augments human technologists with virtual agents to tap technology and industry knowledge Posted April 13, 2016

Experts form consortium to drive and promote innovations in cognitive computing, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine intelligence Posted April 06, 2016

Cognitive computing can help optimize the performance of virtual assistants. Posted March 31, 2016

You don't hear Microsoft talking much about cognitive computing. But in fact, Microsoft has been quietly working some significantly deep technology into shallow applications ... These advanced ?capabilities lurk in pretty prosaic applications such as my desktop. Posted March 31, 2016

Datawatch and IBM's collaboration will benefit each other's platforms by providing users with powerful self-service capabilities Posted March 21, 2016

As knowledge management evolves, so does our list of 100 Companies That Matter in KM. Posted March 01, 2016

ROOT boosts productivity by providing Office 365 users the tools they need to perform daily tasks Posted February 12, 2016

Video and transcript from a keynote speech by Susan Feldman on cognitive computing at KMWorld 2015. How cognitive computing can help spark innovation. Posted February 05, 2016

Video and transcript from from the keynote at KMWorld 2015. Susan E. Feldman (CEO, Synthexis Cognitive Computing Consortium), a long-time technology analyst, discusses a new innovative approach to knowledge management that addresses the complex problems enterprises face today. Posted February 05, 2016

The combination of capabilities will become the foundation of new healthcare solutions Posted January 28, 2016

A $50 million investment in Series D funding will help propel Sisense's growth and innovation in big data analytics for business decision makers Posted January 11, 2016

Cognitive computing offers a new approach to uncover the potential in data—and capture value whether the data is big or small. Posted December 30, 2015

Laurent Simoneau, Coveo president and CTO, shares his predictions for enterprise search in 2016. Posted December 21, 2015

Video commentary from an interview with Sue Feldman, Founder & CEO, Synthexis, at the KMWorld 2015 conference on knowledge, content, and document management. Posted November 18, 2015

Quicker access for researchers and improved citations for authors Posted November 11, 2015

Expert System integrates Cogito Posted October 30, 2015

An emerging and related field of interest is that of cognitive computing—a catchall term to describe computers that interpret and "understand" human communications and respond with appropriate information. Apple's Siri is an example of that class of software. IBM's Watson computer famously beat a human at "Jeopardy." Posted October 29, 2015

With interest and activity in the field of cognitive computing heating up, a succinct definition of cognitive computing and an overview of some of the technologies behind it might be useful. I'll also share a few of the practical applications that are emerging in the field. Posted October 29, 2015

Multilingual cognitive computing meets rich media Posted October 22, 2015

Self-service analysis with natural language processing, data visualization, predictive analytics Posted October 15, 2015

Expert System text analytics scales rapidly on Google Cloud Platform Posted October 08, 2015

Unveils Allegro CL Version 10 Posted October 07, 2015

Automated tagging of posts to improve content value, searchability Posted September 25, 2015

According to technology publisher Tech Target[i], "Cognitive computing is "the simulation of human thought processes in a computerized model. Cognitive computing involves self-learning systems that use data mining, pattern recognition and natural language processing to mimic the way the human brain works." Posted September 02, 2015

We published our first KMWorld Trend-Setting Products list nearly a decade-and-a-half ago because we wanted to bring some clarity to the sometimes elusive knowledge management needs of our subscribers. Posted September 01, 2015

"Cognitive computing is the solution to big data. Companies are collecting a lot of information and are having trouble processing it, but if there is a cognitive layer you can more accurately detect an issue." Posted September 01, 2015

Cognitive computing systems address complex situations that are characterized by ambiguity and uncertainty—in other words, human kinds of problems. In those dynamic, information-rich and shifting situations, data tends to change frequently, and it is often conflicting. The goals of users evolve as they learn more and redefine their objectives. Posted September 01, 2015

Predictive analytics and patient engagement Posted August 05, 2015

Enables the development of cognitive computing systems Posted July 21, 2015

Expanding Watson's knowledge Posted July 08, 2015

Machines will, in time, produce results based on the rules, deterministic and probabilistic models—the advantage being that machines have infinite storage capacity, unlike humans.... Posted July 06, 2015

Introduces CognitiveU for system integrators Posted June 01, 2015

Semantic technology for cognitive computing Posted May 28, 2015

The pivotal moment in The Imitation Game when viewers knew that Alan Turing and his MI6 colleagues were going to win the day was also the moment they saw the first foreshadowing of cognitive computing—where processes were developed that used a hybrid of man and machine to attack problems beyond the understanding of either. Posted April 28, 2015

Increased patient engagement and population health management Posted April 14, 2015

By amassing more information than any of us can individually, and then presenting it in an analytic environment with our problem as the lens, a cognitive app can encourage the intuition and creative imagination of the human expert. Cognitive computing augments the human capacity for taking in random information and combining it in novel ways within the context of a current problem.... Posted March 31, 2015

For us here at KMWorld, knowledge management is an attitude, an approach, not an application, and that's what we're celebrating with this list—companies that offer the tools to analyze, augment, enhance, manage and extend information assets to maximize potential for organizations of all sizes. Posted March 01, 2015

Actionable insights from big data and analytics Posted February 24, 2015

Emerges from stealth mode Posted October 22, 2014
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