The Intersection of Cognitive Computing and Sustainability

How artificial intelligence an help companies use real time insights to enhance their sustainability effortsCo Author: Dimitar Vladhov On the 11th of May 1997, in New York City, life as he knew it changed for world chess champion Garry Kasparov. For the first time in history, a machine, a super computer named Deep Blue that was developed by IBM, defeated the grandmaster. Despite being highly publicized, this was not the first time that artificial intelligence had been utilized by humans. Decades earlier, during World War II, Genius mathematician and cryptologist Alan Turning broke the code to a German Enigma machine, resulting in shortening the war by an estimated two to four years. Although artificial intelligence and some of its methods, such as natural language processing, may appear complex and superfluous…


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