Latest Trends in Cognitive Systems and Computing
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Latest Trends in Cognitive Systems and Computing

By CIOReview | Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Adhering to the increasing trends for technology such as cognitive computing and systems, it is an appropriate approach to remain updated and relevant in the market.

FREMONT, CA: In a market where every technology strives to become more human, it is preferred to keep an eye on the program that mimics the functioning of a human mind and improves the human engagement, personalization, knowledge-processing, and so on. The cognitive system includes psychology, philosophy, computer science, and linguistics, which are essential for the humanization of machines. With the help of NLP and ML, better communication can be established between machines and humans.

With this upsurging marketing, several trends emerge that are useful and usable by business leaders for driving innovation and excellence.

Cognitive Systems in Healthcare

The advents of cognitive systems are rising in the healthcare and wellness industry. Imagine a medical assistant that can synthesize and interpret medical research, studies, and textbooks and offers people with personalized care suggestions. With cognitive systems, this image can transform into reality and can be the future of healthcare. 

Cognitive Systems and Transportation

In a time of craze for autonomous cars, cognitive computing might make its way deeper into the transportation industry. This could lead to lesser accidents and better environmental conditions. There is a lot of data regarding transportation, particularly traffic accidents, dangerous weather, highway construction, and more. Cars with cognitive computing technology could efficiently synthesize all the available data and make use of it for the “driver” of the car. It will be like having a chauffeur connected to a cellular or wireless network that could make recommendations, avoid traffic jams, and improve road safety.

Cognitive Systems and Travel

The evolution of technology has already disrupted the travel industry with a great boom and has simplified the travel-planning process without the need to rely on travel agents. Various platforms provide customers with airline rates, hotel room options, car rental packages, and more. But planning experience is very client-driven and still feels very much like interacting with a digital database. Cognitive-powered travel concierges could soon become mainstream, allowing travelers to ask questions about travel and offering customized data based on available travel data and individual customer travel preferences.

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