CognitiveScale’s CTO, Matt Sanchez, Speaking at SmartData

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Cognitive Computing, but were afraid to ask

SmartDataEverybody’s talking about it. Every time you pick up something to read, there it is – the focus of yet another news story or groundbreaking study. When people aren’t talking about it, they’re thinking about it.

You can easily see why. It’s changing lives and many healthcare professionals tout its benefits. At work, it makes us all more productive. On a personal level, its ability to know what we need when we need it, and continue to get better at knowing that, is what makes it so compelling. And let’s face it. It sells. How else can you explain the billions of dollars being spent on it?

Whether you’ve been at it for years or are just getting started, it can be confusing. You probably have lots of unanswered questions. Where do you start? What should you expect? How much is it going to cost? How long before you see its benefits? You’re not alone.

If you really want to pull back the covers and learn more about it, you don’t want to miss seeing an expert present on the topic at the upcoming Smart Data Conference. Matt Sanchez, CognitiveScale’s founder and CTO, will present “AI: It’s Not Man Versus Machine, It’s Man and Machine,” on Tuesday, August 18 from 1:00-1:45. Here’s what Matt will be talking about:



Due to popular demand and based on the positive feedback from last year’s Cognitive Computing Forum and April’s Enterprise Data World, Matt will rejoin Steve Ardire, Adrian Bowles, Tony Sarris and James Kobelius. This panel of experts will discuss, debate, and most importantly, educate an enthusiastic audience on the topic of “Cognitive Computing 201 – Incorporating the Technology” on August 18, 2015 from 8:30-10:00 a.m. This topic and panel is so hot that it’s kicking off the event.

These experts will talk about how it’s being used in the real world and why companies need to start thinking more about it, building it into their long-term business and IT strategies. And those are just the teasers. This panel – extended due to popular demand – will cover all this and more. Q&A will follow the panel discussion where audience participation is highly encouraged.

It’s all about cognitive computing. What did you think we were talking about?

And if you want to swing by and talk to us, we will be at the Exhibit Hall on Tuesday and Wednesday! Booth #307