Tag Archives: Cognitive Search

Why Can’t I Just Ask a Question?

AI questions

Why don’t computers work like people think?  Why can’t I just ask a simple question when I want to search for something? The internet revolution has changed society forever.  Even with all the advancements, computers and computer interfaces (UI) have not always been “people” friendly, and that is an understatement.

One Year Later: Now There Are Three

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Way back in the middle of 2017, my colleague Jeff Fried participated in an exclusive member webinar with the Cognitive Computing Consortium on Leaders in Cognitive. (You can listen to it here). He discussed the topic of, “The Race is On: Comparing Google and Microsoft’s Cognitive Services.”  I know… how is the middle of 2017 […]

Tapping into the Cognitive Arms Race: Our Best-of-Breed Strategy

best of breed

You hear about AI, machine learning, and cognitive services from every direction these days. Personally, I’ve been getting deep into the cognitive services provided by Microsoft and Google. Over the last year these have expanded enormously, and the pace of development is only increasing.

Directions in Cognitive Search

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Cognitive Search Starts with Understanding Search Cognitive search, and indeed, the entire new wave of cognitive applications, are the next leap forward in information access.  These apps rest on a search backbone that integrates information, making it findable and usable.