Extending human intellligence

The exciting change is applying deep learning and high-performance computing to achieve greater automation and accuracy in the interaction between computers and people Oliver Schabenberger, SAS “Cognitive computing is disruptive, combining technologies such as natural language processing, image processing, text mining and machine learning to augment human intelligence,” says Oliver Schabenberger, chief technology officer at SAS. SAS has supported cognitive technologies in analytics for decades, he states. “The exciting change is applying deep learning and high-performance computing to achieve greater automation and accuracy in the interaction between computers and people.” The goal is to extend human intelligence and apply it to solve complex problems using big data and analytics, says Schabenberger, at the inaugural Analytics Experience 2016. Cognitive computing helps people and machines interact in natural ways, he states. “The…


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