Category Archives: The future of artificial intelligence

Defining “Cognitive Analytics”

I wrote a couple of posts on this subject recently (link, link) and wanted to elaborate a bit more – this is an exciting subject to think about and work on. Let me start with my own definition of Cognitive … Continue reading

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Watson To Do Our Taxes

IBM and H&R Block are collaborating on adding one more skill to Watson…  IBM (IBM) announced in February 2017 that H&R Block was deploying Watson with the aim of eliminating human errors in tax filing: Watson will be assisting H&R Block’s 70,000 … Continue reading

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Modern Robocops

This is the robotic policeman from the 1987 classic, RoboCop. Nowadays, Chinese engineers are experimenting with this idea: Looks nothing like RoboCop so far.  But, this is just the beginning…

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On the Evolution of Analytics

Take a look at IBM’s version of “The Evolution of Analytics:”I still cannot say I understand completely what “Cognitive Analytics” is. Deloitte published an article on this subject in 2014 entitled Cognitive Analytics. The article lists three key elements of Cognitive Analytics: … Continue reading

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) vs. Machine Learning (ML) vs. Deep Learning

I already had a post on this subject before (link) but want to summarize it again (with an added timeline): Deep learning is a sub-area of Machine Learning, which is a sub-area of Artificial Intelligence. Also, here you can find the main … Continue reading

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The Time of Combat Robots is Here

We are all used to the idea of semi-autonomous flying drones being involved in real combat and special operations.  Now, it is time to have semi-autonomous ground fighting machines. This is, for example, a US prototype in action: And this … Continue reading

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I Lost to a Cheater (in Chess)

I started playing online chess a few weeks ago (partly because I was tired of being tortured by my iPad chess program) and received this notification (and a nice point bonus with it): “You lost to a cheater!” Basically, what this means is … Continue reading

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