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    2. What you need to know about cognitive computing

      What you need to know about cognitive computing
      The ability to think is one of the things that marks us out as human, "I think therefore I am", as the philosopher René Descartes put it. But what if machines were able to mimic human thought processes? This is the basic premise behind cognitive computing. In order to replicate human thought processes, cognitive computing uses techniques like pattern recognition, data mining and natural language processing.
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    3. Cognitive computing: What businesses need to know

      Cognitive computing: What businesses need to know
      What if machines were able to mimic human thought processes? This is the basic premise behind cognitive computing. Shares The ability to think is one of the things that marks us out as human, “I think therefore I am,” as the philosopher René Descartes put it. But what if machines were able to mimic human thought processes? This is the basic premise behind cognitive computing.
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    4. Using Cognates to Improve Lexical Alignment Systems

      In this paper, we describe a cognate detection module integrated into a lexical alignment system for French and Romanian. Our cognate detection module uses lemmatized, tagged and sentence-aligned legal parallel corpora. As a first step, this module apply a set of orthographic adjustments based on orthographic and phonetic similarities between French - Romanian pairs of words. Then, statistical techniques and linguistic information (lemmas, POS tags) are combined to detect cognates from ...
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    5. Machine Translation's Past and Future

      1629 René Descartes proposes a universal language, with equivalent ideas in different tongues sharing one symbol. 1933 Russian Petr Smirnov- Troyanskii patents a device for transforming word-root sequences into their other-language equivalents. 1939 Bell Labs demonstrates the first electronic speech-synthesizing device at the New York World's Fair. 1949 Warren Weaver, director of the Rockefeller Foundation's natural sciences division, drafts a memorandum for
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