How Cognitive Computing Will Make
Sense of our Complex World

Today's computers know how to do one thing: whatever humans program them to do. In the near future, cognitive computers will be able to interact with humans and learn from those interactions while also using data analysis to provide recommendations based on millions of pages of evidence. With the ability to absorb more information than humanly possible, cognitive computers will cull insights to help us learn how the world really works.

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We're Entering the Era when Machines will "Learn" and "Think"
80% of the world's data is unstructured. Learn how IBM will enable cognitive computers to draw insights from it. From medical records to social media, cognitive computers will be equipped by IBM to analyze natural language. 90% of the world’s data was created in the last 2 years. See how IBM's cognitive computers will be able to study it.

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We're Entering the Era when Machines will "Learn" and "Think"

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.

Building a Computer as Complex as a Human Brain

As cognitive systems are developed, IBM scientists are developing a computing system that emulates the brain.

Cognitive Computing Systems: As They Shall Reason

As computer learning capabilities grow, they will become co-collaborators with humans.

Innovator Chat: Exploring the Impact of Cognitive Computers

Dario Gil from IBM responds to questions on how cognitive computing will help make sense of our complex world.

The Future of Computers: From Brilliant Idiots to Learning Machines

As computers improve with technology, they are moving beyond making calculations and are beginning to analyze data and learn from it

Systems That Perceive, Think, and Act

Technological advances are allowing scientists to begin building a cognitive computer that functions like a brain.

Gathering Data from the Big Bang

To answer the unanswered questions of the Universe, scientists are developing a system to measure and analyze data from the Big Bang.

Big Data Analytics Will Help Us to Explore the Universe

Harnessing data from 500,000 antennas, scientists are building a system to measure radio signals from unexplored parts of the universe.

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