Cognitive technologies: The real opportunities for.

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Every year, I adore absorbing everything about The Championships, with Wimbledon,  the tennis and technology continually become more amazing and inspiring.

This year the tennis has been phenomenal and my highlight was watching Johanna Konta beat Simona Halep to get to the semi-finals.  It was an epic match with many twists and turns and Konta’s victory was a real “Yeah” moment!  Equally the weather that day was wonderfully British, but rain did not stop play; even though it was so wet that all other courts were closed, action continued on Centre Court where the roof cover was deployed.  But, amidst the rain the rest of Wimbledon navigated their way with umbrellas, strawberries and cream and some with glasses of Pimms to Henman Hill to watch Konta triumph, via live feed on the large screen – I’d know, I was there!

Although I could talk endlessly about the tennis and the epic way the matches have played out, I was delighted to see the increasing use of cognitive technology becoming more integrated and excelling our insights into the tennis at The Championships this year.

Cognitive Technologies is a Russian software corporation that develops corporate business- applications, AI-based advanced driver assistance systems. Founded in 1993 in Moscow (Russia), the company has offices in Eastern Europe, with R&D Centers in Russia.

Cognitive Technologies was founded in 1993 by the group of Russian programmers headed by [ Arlazarov ]. The first employees previously worked in the team that developed the first world computer chess champion " Kaissa ". The first programs developed by Cognitive Technologies were optical image and character recognition software – Tiger and CuneiForm .The company signed OEM-agreements with leading global IT companies for supplying OCR software, including HP, Canon, Epson, Samsung, Oracle, Corel, Olivetti, OKI and many others.

In February 2015 Cognitive Technologies and Kamaz, Russian Dakar-winning truck manufacturer, started working on the self-driving Kamaz truck project. The first field tests took place in June 2015. [1] [2] [3] [4]

Every year, I adore absorbing everything about The Championships, with Wimbledon,  the tennis and technology continually become more amazing and inspiring.

This year the tennis has been phenomenal and my highlight was watching Johanna Konta beat Simona Halep to get to the semi-finals.  It was an epic match with many twists and turns and Konta’s victory was a real “Yeah” moment!  Equally the weather that day was wonderfully British, but rain did not stop play; even though it was so wet that all other courts were closed, action continued on Centre Court where the roof cover was deployed.  But, amidst the rain the rest of Wimbledon navigated their way with umbrellas, strawberries and cream and some with glasses of Pimms to Henman Hill to watch Konta triumph, via live feed on the large screen – I’d know, I was there!

Although I could talk endlessly about the tennis and the epic way the matches have played out, I was delighted to see the increasing use of cognitive technology becoming more integrated and excelling our insights into the tennis at The Championships this year.

Cognitive Technologies is a Russian software corporation that develops corporate business- applications, AI-based advanced driver assistance systems. Founded in 1993 in Moscow (Russia), the company has offices in Eastern Europe, with R&D Centers in Russia.

Cognitive Technologies was founded in 1993 by the group of Russian programmers headed by [ Arlazarov ]. The first employees previously worked in the team that developed the first world computer chess champion " Kaissa ". The first programs developed by Cognitive Technologies were optical image and character recognition software – Tiger and CuneiForm .The company signed OEM-agreements with leading global IT companies for supplying OCR software, including HP, Canon, Epson, Samsung, Oracle, Corel, Olivetti, OKI and many others.

In February 2015 Cognitive Technologies and Kamaz, Russian Dakar-winning truck manufacturer, started working on the self-driving Kamaz truck project. The first field tests took place in June 2015. [1] [2] [3] [4]

The Cognitive Technology Group is a research group for emerging neurotechnologies. We research the neurotechnology ecosystem on the blog , and do practical technology development projects . Our mission is to create tools to understand, improve, and extend the human brain. We’d love to start a conversation with you, and connect you with our network of scientists, engineers, and designers. To say hello,  send us a note .

In September 2015, we partnered with BCIMontreal to form  NeurotechX , an international network for neural data projects.

Every year, I adore absorbing everything about The Championships, with Wimbledon,  the tennis and technology continually become more amazing and inspiring.

This year the tennis has been phenomenal and my highlight was watching Johanna Konta beat Simona Halep to get to the semi-finals.  It was an epic match with many twists and turns and Konta’s victory was a real “Yeah” moment!  Equally the weather that day was wonderfully British, but rain did not stop play; even though it was so wet that all other courts were closed, action continued on Centre Court where the roof cover was deployed.  But, amidst the rain the rest of Wimbledon navigated their way with umbrellas, strawberries and cream and some with glasses of Pimms to Henman Hill to watch Konta triumph, via live feed on the large screen – I’d know, I was there!

Although I could talk endlessly about the tennis and the epic way the matches have played out, I was delighted to see the increasing use of cognitive technology becoming more integrated and excelling our insights into the tennis at The Championships this year.


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