Monday, May 8, 2017

Cognitive World's First E-Feature on AI

Cognitive World, an Aragon Research and Fortune partner, has issued their first eFeature on Crossing the Cognitive Chasm (click here). Peter Fingar explains why we are headed to a cognitive destruction of the way organizations and individuals manage work and interactions in the blurred man / machine relationships. You will find a list of great articles by some of my heros on this subject to augment and support Peter's assertions.  See Lisa Woods Introductory Email Below:

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Gain knowledge exploring CogWorld eFeatures by Peter Fingar, Editor-in-Chief, with original and recently published articles by Vint Cerf and 21 other CogWorld Luminaries & Thought Leaders:
Chuck Brooks, Calum Chace, Dan Conway, Sanjit Singh Dang, Tom Davenport, Ahmed El Adl, Kiran Garimella, Melvin Greer, Paul Harmon, Setrag Khoshafian, Doug Lenat, N.D. Ludlow, Mike Olson, Paul Roma, Jim Sinur, Jim Spohrer, Jim Stikeleather, Vivek Wadhwa, Richard Welke and Irving Wladawsky-Berger.

We've just released our 1st eFeature: Crossing the Cognitive Chasm, Circa 2017, and you're among the first to explore it! 

In embarking on this fascinating and timely journey (in our lifetime!) let's harness the present and make valuable contributions in many ways.  

Thanks in advance for participating with us at Cognitive World.

Lisa Wood, (email me)

Co-Founder | CEO
Cognitive World

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