What is cognitive technology?

Sponsored by KPMG

Marc Macaulay, Cognitive Technology Audit Leader at KPMG, introduces the idea of cognitive technology and why it’s important.

  • In the last 2 years, 90% of all existing data has been created
  • This explosion of data calls for technological solutions to manage the volume of data
  • Cognitive technology is the ability to train a machine to think like humans, teach a computer to recognize patterns and generate hypothesis and get to reasonable outcomes

For more information visit the KPMG website.

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