In dizzying pace of advancement, cognitive tech to make our lives more intelligent by providing solutions in our daily lives
Imagine you are into the agricultural sector and want to better the prospects of your farming practices. What if an app in your smartphone could predict the future conditions of weather and market, availability of amount of irrigation water, and at the same time suggest which particular variety of crop will give maximum production in a given land or soil condition? Or let’s assume the administrative managers of a city want to have an integrated view of the region’s overall performance on the priority areas relevant to the city. This could be grievance management (for instance, in a crisis situation like last year’s Chennai floods), operational or financial performance. What if an ‘intelligent operations centre’ allowed them to explore key priority areas in depth and take actions from the solutions provided?