cognitive science

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cognitive science

n.
The interdisciplinary study of the mind, intelligence, and learning, including research in psychology, philosophy, linguistics, and artificial intelligence.

cognitive science

The study of memory, information processing, algorithm use, hypothesis formation, and problem solving in human and computer systems.
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It uses cognitive reasoning, much like the human brain, to process visual data and to identify criminal and terroristic activities.
The software is based upon BRS Labs' Behavioral Analytics[TM] technology, a ground-breaking video surveillance technology that leverages cognitive reasoning and processes visual data on a level similar to the human brain.
The 18-year-old younger brother of Newcastle and England ace Mathew was, however, up and walking soon afterwards and should only have to undergo a cognitive reasoning test before taking to the field again.
Children develop cognitive reasoning skills as they use the playground climbing, balancing, and sliding activities.
The program has had an impact on literacy, critical thinking and cognitive reasoning.
Together with their lovable and colorful friends, they teach children important life lessons, values, conflict resolution and basic cognitive reasoning skills through a combination of upbeat original music, witty humor and vivid visuals, involving live action, puppetry and animation.
The ability to apply cognitive reasoning to the identification of threatening activity delivers protection where solutions that are solely signature or rules-based are limited," stated Privacyware CEO, Greg Salvato.

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