Capgemini’s view on the future – Technovision 2017 – states that capturing and leveraging collective knowledge as well as decreasing the dependency on undocumented, individual expertise and experience, is an important aspect of artificial intelligence (AI). Cognitive computing, like IBM Watson, can help suggesting solutions and ideas that are unknown to the user, based on collective knowledge. (I won’t be discussing how AI can enrich products and objects of art, my interest is how AI can help in the creative process or how AI can design creative products by itself.)
Now cognitive computing can find the applicable jurisprudence for any given law case or diagnose the right type of cancer from the patient’s syndromes. But beside massive information processing, can cognitive computing help people resolve problems by creating new ideas?
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