Cognitive Computing

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Our Chairman Madhavan Padmakumar and myself will be presenting at the FOMAA Professional Summit to be held at University of Texas Dallas on April 7th 2018. The theme is entrepreneurship and innovation. We will be addressing a group of students, professionals, investors and employers. Students get to do speed job dating with potential employers. Aspiring entrepreneurs get to pitch to potential investors. Dr Ranjit Nair is offering an unique leadership healthcheck.

I am honored and excited to be speaking at South India’s most high-profile IT event #Future on March 22 and 23 at Hotel Le Meridien in Kochi. This one of a kind event is the brainchild of S. D. Shibulal, Kris Gopalakrishnan, V. K. Mathew and the Kerala Government leadership. Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, Raghuram Rajan, former RBI governor, Nandan Nilekani, non-executive chairman of Infosys, Gita Gopinath, Professor at Harvard University, Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Founder of Paytm, Byju Raveendran, […]

Car buyers spend 60% of their time online and 56% of buyers agree that dealer websites influenced them to visit their dealership, reported in 2017 Car Buyer Journey study by Autotrader. They mostly spend time in researching pricing, compare different models, finding worth of trade-in car and financing options. A fast, no-pressure process, transparent pricing and low financing rates have the greatest impact on customer satisfaction. 2017 Digital Retailing Study by Cox Automotive urges dealers to focus on 3 important […]

Cognitive computing in commercial aspects

By: Innovation Incubator
26 Apr, 2017 / Cognitive Computing

Cognitive Computing has swiftly advanced from being just another initiative to a commercial reality. Be it in the field of real estate, automobile, media or marketing; cognitive computing will most definitely make an unerasable mark in the respected field. The cognitive machine analyses the data and then adapts and learns from its mistake. Cognitive Computing assures to dominate both online and offline platforms. The main characteristics of any cognitive system are that they will always be data centric. The more […]

A Corner Stone For The Future

By: Innovation Incubator
24 Apr, 2017 / Cognitive Computing

Even with all the advancements in the field of science, many are still unaware of the future scope – Cognitive Computing. In very extremely simplified sense cognitive computing can be considered as a higher logical version of the analytics work that we are all aware of. It is indeed based on statistical models. Therefore any organization or department that wishes to expand or better its existing field of work or applications should have already started exploring the dynamics of Cognitive […]

The Safety Side Effect of Cognitive Computing

By: Innovation Incubator
18 Apr, 2017 / Cognitive Computing

People in this digital age will not be surprised at driverless cars. The advancements of science have boggled our mind completely. It has even enabled cars to care for human comfort, information, and entertainment preferences in unimaginable ways. The future will have cars capable of self-repair and even communicating with its adjacent cars. Imagine a situation where the cars themselves know the turn, speeding pattern and overtaking tendencies of the vehicle in front. We can kiss goodbye to accidents from […]

Cognitive Computing – An Abstract

By: Innovation Incubator
12 Apr, 2017 / Cognitive Computing

Cognitive Computing has emerged from the comprehension that there will most definitely arise instances where machines will outperform humans by a significant margin especially regarding scenarios which have high levels of complexity. Cognitive computing thrives on massive amounts of data, the more data we supply the more efficient and accurate its outputs are. They are designed to understand, optimize and perform with the data that has been provided. Almost every field is investing seriously in the ventured advances with cognitive […]

Steps for the Future

By: Innovation Incubator
10 Apr, 2017 / Cognitive Computing

A radical change can be expected in the working environment between man and machine in the not so distant future. A future where the term labor will refer to both human and digital. 2016 had us witness the ‘zettabyte era’. This means that in the year of 2016 had the world wide web have up to 270 bytes of raw data. Having this amount of raw data proves a solution to no particular issue. We stand on the forefront on […]

The Transition of Cognitive Computing

By: Innovation Incubator
06 Apr, 2017 / Cognitive Computing

There is no doubt that Cognitive Computing is indeed the future of the world in all sense of the meaning. Fair warning to all who dive into these waters as it is really easy to get hooked to the currents of Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning Algorithm. Cognitive Computing has the potential to restructure the very reality that we know. Every day in an average 1.5 MB data is being created for each person and there are 7.3 billion humans […]

The Uncharted Realms of Cognitive Computing

By: Innovation Incubator
04 Apr, 2017 / Cognitive Computing

Cognitive Computing in the field of marketing and exports will create ripples of change. Let us imagine the need to export a list of several different materials. The user probably never knows the dimensions of individual items such as weight, volume etc. but what if we introduce a cognitive system capable of going through large chunks of data and correlate and filter through each & every product. The obvious question that comes up will be “won’t the laborers be redundant?” […]