Smartbridge is constantly searching for ways to innovate and produce positive business transformation. Cognitive computing is one of the latest topics we have begun to investigate, given its tremendous potential to provide companies with a competitive advantage via automation, forecasting, and prescriptive analysis. As I explored cognitive computing capabilities, I found extensive similarities between artificial intelligence and intelligent assistance that prompted me to ask: what’s the difference?
When the topic relates to Artificial Intelligence (AI), one of the first thoughts that come to my mind is the Terminator. Imagine a machine that can learn, process, plan, and execute faster than humans; it’s scary, right? To put things in perspective, the scope of the tasks expected of an AI machine is immense because the machine would have to consider: