Cognitive Computing for Coalition Situational Understanding

Abstract Cognitive Computing (CC) has emerged in recent years as a term for computational systems that, in general, draw on the domains of artificial intelligence and signal processing [1]. A cognitive system is characterised by capabilities including: * HCC human-computer collaboration * KRR knowledge representation and reasoning MAS multi-agent systems * ML machine learning * NLP natural language processing VSP vision and speech processing In this paper, we characterise the Coalition Situational Understanding (CSU) problem, and argue that this problem fundamentally requires a CC solution.
  • Alun Preece (Cardiff)
  • Federico Cerutti (Cardiff)
  • Dave Braines (IBM UK)
  • Supriyo Chakraborty (IBM US)
  • Mani Srivastava (UCLA)
Date Sep-2017
Venue 1st Annual Fall Meeting of the DAIS ITA, 2017