As we enter into the third major era of computing, Cognitive Computing represents a whole new approach to solving complex data and information analysis problems.
As cognitive systems are developed, IBM scientists are developing a computing system that emulates the brain.
As computer learning capabilities grow, they will become co-collaborators with humans.
Dario Gil from IBM responds to questions on how cognitive computing will help make sense of our complex world.
As computers improve with technology, they are moving beyond making calculations and are beginning to analyze data and learn from it
Technological advances are allowing scientists to begin building a cognitive computer that functions like a brain.
To answer the unanswered questions of the Universe, scientists are developing a system to measure and analyze data from the Big Bang.
Harnessing data from 500,000 antennas, scientists are building a system to measure radio signals from unexplored parts of the universe.