Cognitive computing is a type of computing that can mimic human cognition to think, learn, and recognize patterns like a human. Artificial Intelligence (AI) that uses a cognitive computing is called cognitive AI. Cognitive computers use “machine learning” algorithms. Both human cognition and computer cognition are both cognitive sciences.
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Alan Turing can be considered “the father of computer science and AI.” Turing made major contributions to computing, codebreaking, and even helped the Allies win WWII.
Collective intelligence is the wisdom of crowds, or the intelligence of groups, the intelligence that arises from cooperation, competition, and other group dynamics.
Cognitive Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a computer program that can think, learn, and generally mimic human cognition.
Machine learning is creating algorithms that allow computers to learn from example and past experience rather than reading preprogramed information.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of connecting electronic objects which can collect and exchange data.