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Big Data and Cognitive Computing:  The Next Industrial Revolution? updates the trends we covered in The Answer Machine , published by Morgan & Claypool last year.  This webcast on Jan. 30, 2014 was given to the Cornell Entrepreneur Network, but was open to all.  You can listen to the recording at https://cornell.webex.com/cornell/lsr.php?RCID=616468230cc9b30a45ddd07d778325e2 .

In updating the book, we found that the nascent trends we discussed in 2012 have quickly exploded.  Applications that aggregate information and integrate technologies are becoming common.  Task-centered design is almost a requirement.  The market, driven by the buzz around big data, and bombarded by information has started to demand what vendors foresaw:  there’s immense value in putting together the pieces from disparate sources, and we need help in doing this. IBM’s Watson may have been the first to define cognitive computing, but we see others positioning themselves in this marketplace as the interest grows.  We’ll be…

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