Definition Edit

Cognitive computing refers to building a computer system from software and hardware elements that are "consistent with known neurobiological facts about the brain and give rise to observed mental processes of perception, memory, language, intelligence, and, eventually, consciousness."

Source Edit

  • Rand Corp., "Trends in Connectivity Technologies and Their Socioeconomic Impacts, Final Report of the Study: Policy Options for the Ubiquitous Internet Society" 10 (2009) (full-text).