Cognitive collaboration

Collaboration and social applications generate a lot of information: over 80% of business data may be in email, activity streams, files, and other unstructured content that is growing inexorably. Thankfully, cognitive computing and natural language processing have the potential to help and bring unexpected insights from all that content.  Come to this session to find out how collaboration tools can become even more efficient through auto-prioritization and identification of actions, the suggestion of relevant content, and a system that can actually learn from your actions to guide you forward in your day.

Cognitive collaboration from Social Connections

Future of Work
Location: Toronto Room Date: June 7, 2016 Time: 1:50 pm - 2:20 pm Marc Pagnier (IBM)