(also cognitive system, cognitive technology)
Cognitive computing denotes the design of computer systems that can learn, communicate, and think similarly to humans. Utilizing sophisticated algorithms and machine learning methodologies, these systems handle enormous data volumes, identify patterns, make informed decisions, and enhance their capabilities over time. The primary objective of cognitive computing is to supplement human intellect and provide support in decision-making processes for a range of industries and applications.
See also: artificial intelligence, machine learning
While cognitive computing and AI share similarities, they have different objectives. AI focuses on creating machines that can perform tasks that typically require human intelligence. Cognitive computing, on the other hand, aims to merely augment human intelligence and decision-making processes.
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