Cognitive Computing

Cognitive Learning Goes to School with IBM and Sesame Street

Since 1969, Sesame Street has been a part of our lives in the U.S. and around the world. We watched it as children, and we’re now watching it with our children and even grandchildren. We’ve seen our lives reflected on the street and through the compassion of the loveable Sesame Street Muppets. For almost 50 […]

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Using Cognitive to Compete in a Personalized Media World

Today’s media industry is changing at an ever increasing rate. Every day, there is more content created than any of us can consume; backed by nearly ubiquitous distribution. The by-product of this new direct-to-consumer world is data – the new natural resource – and the new competitive differentiator. Data has moved to the center of […]

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The Cognitive Concierge Brings Personalization to the In-Room Experience

If you’re a frequent traveler, you’ve no doubt found yourself standing in a hotel room desperately searching for light switches, setting the thermostat, locating the TV remote and more. It’s all part of a quest set up the room to your unique specifications and, more often than not, it’s far more complicated than you’d like. […]

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Making a Cognitive Difference in Global Water Issues

World Water Day, recognized annually on March 22, is about taking action to tackle the water crisis brought on mainly by globalization and the surge in population. Freshwater scarcity is a major risk to the global economy, affecting four billion people directly. Water is a natural resource that’s core to human food and energy security, […]

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Adopting Cognitive for Better One-to-One Customer Engagement

With increasing frequency, cognitive technologies are helping businesses operate in the past, present and the future all at the same time. Marketing, commerce and supply chain professionals are leveraging cognitive solutions to understand what’s happening across their businesses for specific insights about real-time activity. These “in-the-moment” snap shots are just as critical as historical data. […]

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Cognitive is the New Black at New York Fashion Week

Next fall when you’re out shopping for the hottest fashion trends, you may come across a lot of gray, brown and black tones like nickel, umber, and raisin black, and for pops of color, sea blue and maroon. Fall 2017’s dominant color palette is just one of the insights Watson unveiled from analyzing hundreds of New York […]

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