The human brain is nothing short of a marvel. We are reminded of this fact each time we read about a technology helping it out of boredom or drawing inspiration from it. How often have you heard complaints about the fact that creativity is being sucked out of human minds when they must do monotonous tasks? Probably quite often. Well, Artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive computing are two stellar technologies crafted in order to reduce human intervention and improve business processes across industries. You needn’t be confused about the interchangeable usage, because certain features set AI and cognitive computing apart from each other. That’s what we will be diving into in today’s blog!
Here are the key differences at a glance:
Head over to this blog to discover some popular use cases of AI in the real world. As for cognitive computing, allow me to outline some key use cases of this technology across industries:
Here are certain instances where cognitive computing plays a key role:
You might be wondering, are there any occasions wherein one of these technologies turns out to be better than the other? The answer is yes. AI can help you scout for an array of meanings that are buried deep in data, but cognitive computing will support you when it comes to wise decisions. So, if you are required to make complicated decisions, then cognitive computing is what you need to opt for.
As you can see, the difference between these two technologies is not very obvious, but it’s very much there. Team Nitor Infotech offers AI and cognitive computing-based solutions tailored to specific business needs. Reach out to us if you would like to learn about harnessing these leading-edge cognitive technologies for your business. Also feel free to download our datasheet that explores the value of AI in today’s world as well as our team’s areas of focus.
Watch our video for a visual understanding of this difference between AI and cognitive computing.
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