IBM works on cognitive computing

Q.  What does cognitive computing involve?
- Published on 17 Feb 17

a. Natural language processing
b. Machine learning
c. Deep learning
d. All of the above

ANSWER: All of the above
 
IBM works on cognitive computingIBM has worked on cognitive computing. Already, the President and CEO of IBM Ginni Rometty indicated that digital is the foundation and cognitive computing is next on the anvil for India.

This should involve building abilities on natural language processing, machine learning, deep learning, image and vision, she said.

By 2020 the country will be home to the largest developer population in the world and 3 million programmers will be helping develop at least ten per cent of the apps this year.

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The company's artificial intelligence platform Watson will be touching the lives of 1 billion people across the world including 200 million people each in the fields of healthcare and education.

Watson can be very helpful in a country like India which has only 1 oncologist for 1,600 cancer patients.

IBM: Know More
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  • Founder: Charles Ranlett Flint
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