Keeping the Brain in Mind: IBM and MIT partner to upgrade cognitive computing


IBM and MIT team on cog­ni­tive com­put­ing, machine vision, arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence for healthcare

IBM Research and the Depart­ment of Brain and Cog­ni­tive Sci­ences at the Mass­a­chu­setts Insti­tute of Tech­nol­o­gy have joined forces to fur­ther devel­op the sci­en­tif­ic field of machine vision – a core aspect of arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence…Togeth­er they plan to devel­op cog­ni­tive com­put­ing sys­tems that mim­ic the human abil­i­ty to under­stand and inte­grate input from mul­ti­ple sources for use in a vari­ety of com­put­er appli­ca­tions in indus­tries such as health­care, edu­ca­tion, and entertainment…

In a world where humans and machines are work­ing togeth­er in increas­ing­ly col­lab­o­ra­tive rela­tion­ships, break­throughs in the field of machine vision will poten­tial­ly help us live health­i­er more pro­duc­tive lives,” Guru Banavar, chief sci­en­tist, cog­ni­tive com­put­ing and VP at IBM Research, said in a statement.

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