Harm Scherpbier - 10 May 2019
Tags: artificial intelligence, cognitive company, healthcare data, machine learning, optimal outcomes, population health, Value-Based Care
Future Cognitive Company
Thomas Davenport in his article “AI for the Real World” describes how the “Future Cognitive Company” would use Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to help find answers to the key strategic questions for the firm. He writes: “Most cognitive tasks [performed by AI algorithms] do work that wasn’t done by humans in the first place, such as big-data analytics.”
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