Cognitive Computing with IBM Watson: Build smart applications using artificial intelligence as a service
By 作者: Rob High – Tanmay Bakshi
ISBN-10 书号: 1788478290
ISBN-13 书号: 9781788478298
Release Finelybook 出版日期: 2019-04-30
pages 页数: (256 )
Book Description to Finelybook sorting
Understand, design, and create cognitive applications using Watson’s suite of APIs.
Cognitive computing is rapidly infusing every aspect of our lives riding on three important fields: data science, machine learning (ML), and artificial intelligence (AI). It allows computing systems to learn and keep on improving as the amount of data in the system grows.
This book introduces readers to a whole new paradigm of computing – a paradigm that is totally different from the conventional computing of the Information Age. You will learn the concepts of ML, deep learning (DL), neural networks, and AI through the set of APIs provided by IBM Watson. This book will help you build your own applications to understand, plan, and solve problems, and analyze them as per your needs. You will learn about various domains of cognitive computing, such as NLP, voice processing, computer vision, emotion analytics, and conversational systems, using different IBM Watson APIs.
From this, the reader will learn what ML is, and what goes on in the background to make computers “do their magic,” as well as where these concepts have been applied. Having achieved this, the readers will then be able to embark on their journey of learning, researching, and applying the concept in their respective fields.
What you will learn
Get well versed with the APIs provided by IBM Watson on IBM Cloud
Learn ML, AI, cognitive computing, and neural network principles
Implement smart applications in fields such as healthcare, entertainment, security, and more
Understand unstructured content using cognitive metadata with the help of Natural Language Understanding
Use Watson’s APIs to create real-life applications to realize their capabilities
Delve into various domains of cognitive computing, such as media analytics, embedded deep learning, computer vision, and more
1 Background, Transition, and the Future of Computing
2 Can Machines Converse Like Humans?
3 Computer Vision
4 This Is How Computers Speak
5 Expecting Empathy from Dumb Computers
6 Language – How Watson Deals with NL
7 Structuring Unstructured Content Through Watson
8 Putting It All Together with Watson
9 Future – Cognitive Computing and You