Cognitive computing: A definition and some thoughts
Computers are one of those artifacts of modern life that we love to hate. They are powerful, pervasive, intrusive and, let's face it, clumsy to use. Today's applications require us to break down complex, subtle ideas into simplistic statements. We must learn arcane codes to speak their language. They are incapable of assisting us in an evolving knowledge voyage because their understanding breaks down as our context or intentions change.
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