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At the IBM research colloquium on cognitive computing, Columbia University computer scientist Kathleen McKeown uses natural language processing to mine social media for valuable information.
At yesterday's IBM research colloquium on cognitive computing, Nobel laureate psychologist Daniel Kahneman laid out the areas of human intelligence that thinking machines will need to emulate.
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IBM Senior Vice President John E. Kelly says the company has entered a new era in computing, and announces the company's plans for future partnerships.