Cognitive computing systems are communicative self-learning machine that can help businesses, especially those in healthcare. It becomes key to assisting in decision making. As part of the strategic process to create business value, cognitive computing helps deal with the explosion of data and provides business leaders with new ways to develop a competitive advantage.
True Case Studies of Cognitive Computing Technology
Cognitive computing is information systems and applications that can sense, comprehend and act. It is an idea that self-learning machines interface with humans in a natural way to solve complex problems.
1] WellPoint Inc.
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WellPoint, Inc., a managed healthcare company, applied cognitive technologies to get value from big data. WellPoint, in collaboration with IBM, created a cognitive computing application, which was named “Cancer Care Quality Program” to create efficiencies in the review process for medical procedures and treatments.
2] Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Centre (MSKCC)
Cognitive computing used big data at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Centre (MSKCC) to find evidence-based diagnostic and treatment plans. MSKCC is a research institution which specializes in cancer treatment.
3] IBM Watson
Cognitive computing is named Oncology Expert Advisor (OEA), which used IBM’s Watson increasingly advanced smart machine to discover personalized treatments for patients by comparing disease and treatment histories, genetic data, scans and symptoms against the vast universe of medical knowledge.
4] Cleveland Clinic
Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic are piloting a cloud-based cognitive computing application to study the human genome. The human genome is incredibly complex while medical treatment plans continuously evolve. Cognitive computing can help researchers penetrate the size and complexity of genomics to find personalized medicine.
5] CVS Health
CVS Health is building a pilot cognitive computing application to gain value from big data. The goal is to combine cognitive computing capabilities with predictive analytics to generate a range of service for healthcare companies.
Welltok offers a cognitive-powered tool called Cafewell Concierge that can process vast volumes of data instantly to answer individuals’ questions and make intelligent personalized recommendations. Welltok offers Cafewell Concierge to health insurers, providers and similar organizations as a way to help their subscribers and patients improve their overall health.
Cognitive computing isn’t helping only humans; it’s also helping veterinarians take better care of the animals that come into their practices.