EVENT: Cognitive Computing For Utilities

Cognitive Computing For Utilities

This talk focuses on a cognitive computing approach to handle common problems within utilities, concentrating on utility operations and exploring the concept of using cognitive models and the underlying technologies that support it. I will discuss such topics as big data, analytics, sensing and the Internet of Things (IoT), along with the cognitive modeling schema.In addition, I will present examples of business problems that could utilize cognitive computing capabilities, along with issues and challenges to this type of approach. Chris Couper is an IBM Distinguished Engineer with over thirty years of industry and IT experience. He currently works on IBM’s smarter planet opportunities related to risk analytics and mitigation.

Free and open to the public, the Research Exchange Series is a weekly roundtable of presentations and discussions that highlight ways to frame and tackle societal-scale research issues. The i4Energy seminar series is included in the Research Exchange seminar series this semester.

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Research Exchange Series
UC Merced, SSM 317
Wednesday, January 22, 2014 - 12:00pm