How cognitive computing will change project management

You aren’t going to stop it. The trend is going to keep moving – Ginni Rometty For many years, IBM is the leader in the field of cognitive computing with IBM Watson.  According to IBM, the purpose of cognitive computing is to enhance and scale human expertise, rather than an attempt to replicate human intelligence. IBM prefers to call it augmented intelligence (AI) instead of artificial intelligence. The underlying thought is that cognitive computing functions in an assisting, subordinate relationship to humans. This is an interesting point of view and positioning of the technology, because many experts believe that cognitive computing has the potential to advance in a superior relationship to humans. There are a number of technologies that are related to cognitive computing like machine learning, text-to-speech recognition, natural language…

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