The Wimbledon organization has been partnering with IBM for more than 25 years, turning tennis into all kinds of data. A beep can alert umpires into whether a ball is in or out, correlations can be drawn between the number of volleys in a game and the chances of winning, and social data can be […]
Latest cognitive stories
Apple’s big developer conference is coming to San Francisco on Monday June 13. ZDNet is predicting that the tech giant needs to make some bold move to remain competitive. And the bold move it needs could well be a new level of artificial intelligence for Siri to remain competitive against the other players in the […]
Are we close to having robots that can represent (and possibly replace) our intelligence? The answer is yes and no according to an article in the Washington Post. One reason we don’t have full artificial intelligence (AI) is because the field is made up of many components, with some more advanced than others. As an […]
Exploring Cognitive Business
We’re seeing a confluence of forces in business and technology which is opening up a whole new realm of societal understanding.
There’s a shift to digital. Which means a shift to more data.
And when that data is in the cloud all kinds of possibilities unfold. Disparate data sources can be connected to discover new meaning. Unstructured sources like video and audio can be mined for deeper insights than we’ve ever had previously.
Welcome to the emergence of the cognitive era.
The Nustory Project serves to explore cognitive business journeys to help make sense of this evolving discipline.