The Transition of Cognitive Computing

06 Apr, 2017 / Cognitive Computing By: Innovation Incubator

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 inhabiting the planet. That is over 2.5 Quintillion bytes of data every day. This raw data, when put to correct use, can assist humanity in incomprehensible ways. The human brain in the current evolutionary stage can never completely comprehend such vast data but a machine capable of simulating the human thought process with its sterling processing capacity surely can. That is why Cognitive Computing has gained such degree of prominence across the globe in all known sectors. The idea is not to replace humans with robots but for an era where human and machine walk hand in hand. All these repetitive works to be handled by a machine which gives humans the required free time to develop and implement new strategies and solutions. This, in turn, increases the wide-scale general opportunities for full human reasoning. When the science of Cognitive Computing starts getting implemented we can rest assured that every industry is going to be transformed.