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How I Implement Cognitive Technologies, Robotics and Nanotechnology

In our previous article we talked about technologies such as 3D Printing, Augmented Reality and Internet of Things and their implementation, exemplifying in some companies. In this article we will take the opportunity to talk about 3 more technologies that are revolutionizing the business environment.

  1. Cognitive Technologies: To understand a little bit of cognitive technologies, it is important to understand the term cognitive, because when we talk about being cognitive, we are talking about perception, attention, memory, language and the thought that we may have of a process. And it is that being cognitive we focus on understanding the client, on learning from their likes, dislikes, experiences, etc. Let’s imagine that we are entering a clothing store and we are identified by showing us a personalized welcome on the screen with some clothing suggestions related to our tastes, colors, prices… and how this is possible given all the information generated by the company for each customer. A few years ago I supported a project that integrated Watson IBM technologies into a ChatBot, and that is that this chat identified the client’s tastes through cognitive language, learned from their answers and sometimes where the ChatBot did not have an answer for the customer. client is asking questions to be able to understand him a little more and learn from this conversation.
  2. Robotics: Robotics is not something new in this technological field and the fact is that the simple fact of talking about automation in industrial companies has made progress for many years, but why does robotics continue to revolutionize the industry today? Basically the answer is continuous improvement in companies, currently we see Robots operating on humans, driving a car, helping people with their needs, etc. Robots are currently performing minimally invasive operations.
  3. Nanotechnology: What is nanotechnology? Basically the manipulation of atoms and molecules for the manufacture of new micro-scale products, this technique is being used by various innovative sectors, for example, the textile sector has currently developed fabrics that do not stain or wrinkle, as well as more strong and durable. Currently the company Scripps Health created a nanotechnology detector to detect heart attacks, which has been a success and has saved several lives.

In our next article we will continue with other technologies and different success stories.

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