neuroscience, neuropsychology, cognitive psychology, psychiatry, artificial intelligence, systemic and anthropology.
SMART DISCOVERY: This practice focuses on uncovering insights from big data, using structured and unstructured information. Cognitive Computing allows us to infer the meaning of colloquial information by providing another dimension to data correlations and analysis. These new dimensions bring us a better understanding of contexts and moods.
DIGITAL DECISION: Usually the business decisions are made by users at any level within the company, but today, various state-of-the-art technologies allow us to shift decisions from analog to digital. This transformation-based technology allows us to rethink business models using more information to understand the context and structures of more complex reasoning for decision-making. A good starting point for cognitive computing systems could be to perform as advisors by suggesting a set of options to users, who ultimately make the final decisions.
DEEP ENGAGEMENT: These approaches fundamentally change the way humans and systems interact by significantly extending our capability to provide expert assistance and comprehensive understanding. These systems allow us to develop deep domain insights and to present information in a timely, natural, and usable way.