HICSS Cognitive Tutorial Recap

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Dianne Fodell presented as part of Cognitive Systems Institute Speaker Series on January 12, 2017

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HICSS Cognitive Tutorial Recap

  1. 1. Hawaiian International Conference for Service Systems (HICSS) 2017 Cognitive Tutorial January 4, 2017 Dianne Fodell Cognitive Systems Institute COGNITIVECOMPUTING WATSON
  2. 2. HICSS50 – Cognitive Tutorial, January 4 Chair Dianne Fodell TIME TOPIC PRESENTER 8:00 – 8:30 Welcome and IBM Global University Programs Overview Dianne Fodell, Global University Programs 8:30 – 09:30 The Embodiment of Cognitive Grady Booch, IBM Fellow, Chief Scientist Watson/M 09:30 – 09:50 Coffee Break 09:50 – 10:50 Cognitive Assistant for the Blind Chieko Asakawa, IBM Fellow, IBM Research 10:50 – 11:00 Cognitive Systems Institute Dianne Fodell, Global University Programs 11:00 – 01:00 Lunch & Keynote 01:00 – 1:45 Building a Cognitive Curriculum Jim Spohrer, Director, Understanding Cognitive Systems 1:45 – 2:30 Kate – A platform for Machine Intelligence Wayne Imaino, Machine Intelligence, IBM Research 2:30 – 3:00 Coffee Break 3:00 – 4:00 Cognitive System for the Elderly Hironobu Takagi, Senior Technical Staff Member, Manager, IBM Accessibility Research 4:00 Adjourn
  3. 3. 3 Imagine unleashing Watson in the physical world. Give it eyes, ears, and touch, then let it act in that world with hands and feet and a face, not just as an action of force but also as an action of influence. This is embodied cognition: by placing the cognitive power of Watson in a robot, in an avatar, an object in your hand, or even in the walls of an operating room, conference room, or spacecraft, we take Watson's ability to understand and reason and draw it closer to the natural ways in which humans live and work. In so doing, we augment individual human senses and abilities, giving Watson the ability see a patient's complete medical condition, feel the flow of a supply chain, or orchestrate the tasks in a day in the life of an individual. Grady Booch – Embodied Cognition
  4. 4. 4 An Agent May Be Embodied In A Robot…
  5. 5. 5 Points of Technical Confluence 5 Collaboration Who said that? Sensory Fusion I feel sad. Theory of Mind I need the Phillips head screwdriver. Context Give me that one; no, I mean that one! Embodied Conversation It’s good to see you again, Sandia! Learning I’ve just picked up a fault in the AE35 unit. Devices In what room was Alyssa working yesterday? Knowledge Representation
  6. 6. 6 Chieko Asakawa - Cognitive Assistant for the Blind
  7. 7. 7 Real World Accessibility Challenges
  8. 8. What is a digital cognitive system (DCS entity)? Understanding Cognitive 8 Jim Spohrer – Understanding Cognitive Systems
  9. 9. Understand them? § Observe Them: Predictable and Auditable? – BCS: Sometimes predictable and auditable (natural, evolved, experiences, free will) – DCS: Mostly predictable and auditable (artificial, designed, algorithms, blockchain) § Hardware: – BCS: Brain-based (neurons) – DCS: Microprocessor-based (transistors) § Software: – BCS: (People and Experiences) Evolution & Psychology, Cognitive Science – DCS: (Machines and Algorithms) Design & Engineering, Computer Science § Data, Experience, Transformation? – BCS & DCS: External environment & sensing (Data), Internal processes, communications, storage (Information & experience), Philosophy of life, values (Transformation)
  10. 10. Wayne Imaino – “Kate” – A Platform for Machine Learning
  11. 11. Embodied Cognition
  12. 12. Hiro Takagi - Cognitive Computing for an Aging Society
  13. 13. Cognitive Computing IBM Cognitive Computing • Healthcare • Financial Service • Hotel and Leisure • Boardroom • Eldercare • Blind • Transportation • Retail • Manufacturing • Education From Me (Dianne):
  14. 14. Cognitive Computing ALL WATSON SERVICES ON IBM BLUEMIX AVAILABLE TO FACULTY & STUDENTS Watson Services • Language Services • Speech Service • Vision • Data Insights • Embodied Cognition

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