Cognitive Computing

December 5, 2018

Cognitive computing systems redefine the nature of the relationship between people and their increasingly pervasive digital environment. Who will build these new AI-on-board applications? And with the proliferation of AI technologies in the workplace, foresight must be used to understand its implications for productivity, jobs, skills and employee development, but also issues related to ethics, safety and responsibility.

Track Chairperson
Hadley Reynolds, Co-Founder & Managing Director, Cognitive Computing Consortium

A Model for Value Capture with Cognitive Applications
Ganesan Shankar, PhD, Associate Professor Technology, Operations, and Information Management, Babson College
Susan Feldman, Co-Founder, Cognitive Computing Consortium

PANEL DISCUSSION: Augmented Intelligence & Cognitive Applications
Moderator: Steve Ardire, AI Startup Advisor & 'Merchant of Light'

PANEL DISCUSSION: Emerging Standards for Ethics in AI – Fact or Fiction?
Moderator: Hadley Reynolds, Co-Founder & Managing Director, Cognitive Computing Consortium