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If you think the tidal wave of digital disruption is over, think again. Kelly and Hamm pull back the curtain on the next great wave of the computing revolution, which will transform how every industry and business operates in the near future. -- David Rogers, author of The Network Is Your Customer: 5 Strategies to Thrive in a Digital Age As Watson's win against Jeopardy! champion Ken Jennings showed, IBM's research labs are doing some of the world's most revolutionary research in artificial intelligence and related fields. In this short and very accessible book, the authors outline this work and the wave of "cognitive computing" that is about the break. -- James Hendler, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute This book will give the careful reader an understanding of the immense possibilities offered by the intelligent collaboration of man and machine; armed with this knowledge, readers can then tackle the difficult but essential task of ensuring that these new cognitive technologies will, in practice, be devoted to bettering our lives. --Ralph Gomory, Research Professor, Stern School of Business, NYU

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We are entering a new frontier in the evolution of computing: the era of cognitive systems. The victory of IBM's Watson on the television quiz show Jeopardy! signaled the advent of this new era, revealing how scientists and engineers at IBM and elsewhere are pushing the boundaries of science and technology to create machines that sense, learn, reason, and interact with people in new ways. In Smart Machines, John E. Kelly III, director of IBM Research, and Steve Hamm, a writer at IBM and a former business and technology journalist, introduce the fascinating world of "cognitive systems" to general audiences and provide a window into the future of computing. Cognitive systems promise to penetrate complexity and assist people and organizations in better decision making. They can help doctors better diagnose and treat patients, augment the ways we see, anticipate major weather events, and contribute to smarter urban planning. Kelly and Hamm's comprehensive perspective describes this technology inside and out, and their extensive knowledge illuminates the difficulty of harnessing and understanding "big data," one of the major computing challenges facing technicians in the coming decades. Absorbing and impassioned, their book will inspire governments, academics, and the global tech industry to work together to power this exciting wave in innovation.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A thought-provoking exposé on IBM's efforts in cognitive computing 2 janvier 2015
Par Charles H. - Publié sur
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Kelly and Hamm do an excellent job of describing IBM's vision for the future of computing, both in terms of architecture and capabilities. The book leverages the popularity of Watson to gain attention, and then diverges into the other ground-breaking efforts underway in the company's research labs and business development sectors. While interesting and thought-provoking, this is more of a broad overview of the emerging technologies rather than a technical reference. Each chapter includes hypothetical scenarios for where the technologies can be applied, which comes across at times as idealistic and an aggressive sales pitch for IBM services.

It's a quick read that is great for gaining a basic familiarity with the concepts and applications of cognitive computing, while realistically addressing the challenges and massive investments required to make these capabilities a reality.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 More change coming, and faster 24 août 2014
Par Lyle Bjork - Publié sur
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The book provides a view of our future. The view is from the perspective of IBM, and uses WATSON as a frequent example of how far we have come and the possibilities for the future. Current computers store and retrieve data in staggering amounts. Future computers will be able to analyze data as well as store it, and learn from each interaction that it has with its operator. Advances in health care is perhaps the best example. Twenty years ago, aspiring resident doctors carried Blackberry type devices with them containing medical texts. Future doctors can carry with them a few million pages of medical journals and multiple medical text books and produce suggested diagnoses and treatments.The computer system can learn from its mistakes. There are problems with all this, of course. One is the enormous power consumption of the computer servers.
The books is fairly short. I wish it were longer, and had more references to non IBM machines and people.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 More on problem domain less on the solution 13 novembre 2013
Par Mahdi HM - Publié sur
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I bought this book for getting some information about cognitive computing but found that more about IBM than the technology itself. it talks a lot about the problem domain almost first half of the book is about different scenarios that can get help from this technology . I read a lot about von neuman architecture. I expect a little more technical information like why current architecture is not good enough? what's cognitive computing at all or even a little more on neural networks. telling that this systems works like brain isn't helpful at all. there is company right now in the market producing cognitive processors, i bought one for my thesis and it's great but since there is no book on this I decided to get this book which wasn't that much helpful for me.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 expensive for what you get 20 janvier 2014
Par Brian L Mitchell - Publié sur
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I enjoyed reading this and essentially getting an update on what happened to Watson after wining Jeopardy and a glimpse at some of the internal vision at IBM. The Jeopardy contests were a great PR vehicle for IBM but then news on how to use the Watson technology has been sketchy at best. This book answers what IBM has done since Jeopardy and what its vision of cognitive computing is. Google and Amazon seem to take most of the headlines on new tech, this shows that IBM is still a player and may have just as much to offer in the near future. Personally I hope they succeed at developing an affordable cognitive companion that will help me and others in a variety of daily decisions making tasks in addition to helping my doctor make good diagnostic decisions, one of the projected game changing uses of Watson.
Regarding the cost of this book, this is essentially a promotion of IBM and I have no problem with that but a more fair price would be five or six bucks, but still a good read and I do hope IBM is soon bringing out products that are as stimulating and disruptive as what the other leading tech companies now offer
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting primer about IBM's work in cognitive computing 8 septembre 2015
Par Mary Muller - Publié sur
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A quick read that explains challenges, technology and the possibilities that are in development and to come as technological breakthroughs in computing enable new capabilities not previously possible. Those who are very technical may find it too elementary, but for an everyday business person or a student, it's a good introduction and basis for future learning.
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