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Cognitive Computing to Enhance Services

The project stems from the era of digital technology that could change the way organizations operate and revolutionising services. Cognitive computing considers one of these recent digital technologies that promise to automate human tasks, scaling and magnifying human capability. In particular, it uses natural language, pattern recognition and brain-emulating algorithms to augment human intelligence and provide real time advise to human experts. This research will investigate how cognitive computing could help organisation to design or enhance service? A review of IBM Watson capabilities has been presented to the Steering Committee.

 

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Seminar on Co-Creation in Living Labs - Italy

May 18, 2017

Seminar on 'Co-creation in Living Labs: An Interorganisational Perspective' at Carlo Cattaneo University in Castellanza, Italy.

New Executive Courses on Ecosystems Strategy

May 15, 2017

We are pleased to announce a new executive programme on Ecosystems Strategy, to be held in Cambridge on 22 November 2017

Bridging the Co-Creation Gap

May 15, 2017

May Paper Release on ‘Bridging the Co-creation Gap Between Co-creators, Companies and Living Lab’ by Katharina Greve, Veronica Martinez and Andy Neely

Webinar - A Process for B2B Partnerships

May 08, 2017

8 May 2017 - A Process for B2B Partnerships: Designing to deliver capability across companies

Alliance Visitor - Martin Fritze

May 01, 2017

Welcome to Alliance Visitor, Martin P Fritze, from the Institute for Marketing and Service Research at University of Rostock in Germany.

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Cambridge Service Week 2017 - Academic Conference

Oct 05, 2017

IfM, Cambridge, UK

Cambridge Service Week 2017 - Industry Conference

Oct 10, 2017

Moller Centre, Cambridge, UK

Cambridge Service Week 2017 - Partners Day

Oct 11, 2017

Moller Centre, Cambridge, UK

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