Posted by Paul Roma, on October 10, 2016
Cognitive computing is already huge, and it’s likely only going to get bigger. And so far I’ve already observed a few seriously risky views on cognitive computing. Why are they risky? Because if they take hold, they’re likely to lead many to say “I wish I would have” in the not-so-distant future. In this case, the implications of getting it wrong, or simply not getting on board fast enough, are serious. Don’t let yourself get caught saying these things a year from now.