Ungated Post | 31 Jan 2017

Fast start in cognitive innovation

How will cognitive computing transform lives, both personally and professionally? What can enterprises do to tap into cognitive computing’s full potential? What steps can leaders take today to accelerate cognitive computing benefits? In this survey of 6,050 C-suite executives worldwide, we explore these and many other questions. A small group of cognitive innovators show what can be done: Their most successful strategies combine cognitive and analytic capabilities – including machine and deep learning, natural language processing, descriptive and predictive analytics – as well as robotics and automation.

Oxford Economics worked with IBM’s Institute for Business Value in the second half of 2016 to field a survey among 6,050 global executives to investigate the effects of cognitive computing on various functions across the enterprise.

Oxford Economics’ team is expert at applying advanced economic tools that provide valuable insights into today’s most pressing business, financial, and policy issues.

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