Today, Sue Feldman, Hadley Reynolds and I officially launch the Cognitive Computing Consortium, a forum for researchers, developers and practitioners of cognitive computing and its allied technologies. This consortium has been more than 18 months in the making, during which time we’ve talked to companies, academics, practioners and analysts about what the kind of organization that can be of most help to them as they move the field forward.
The consortium’s resulting mission is to the spread of knowledge and innovation in cognitive computing, to serve as a peer network of cognitive computing experts and practitioners and provides a neutral discussion forum for its members and sponsors. The consortium conducts research on the technical, managerial, organizational aspects of cognitive computing and explores the societal implications of these.It acts as an advocate and central resource for cognitive computing events, thought leadership and education.
If you’re interested in learning more about cognitive computing, please read our white paper.