After a long period of stasis, the use of software systems employing cognitive computing and artificial intelligence algorithms and techniques is growing rapidly in Europe, and finding new uses in many industries. The increasing familiarity with, and power of, consumer AI on mobile devices is having a knock on effect on business use. IDC's European Cognitive/Artificial Intelligence Systems and Content Analytics research provides a coordinated view of the complex and vibrant market for business use of intelligent systems by combining software product-related research with coverage of the broader market opportunities, tools for success, and a view of its ecosystem. The research identifies strategies for revenue growth in the differing European markets, and compares and contrasts competing vendors, whether headquartered in Europe or elsewhere.
- Cognitive computing technologies and platforms
- Content and semantic analytics for unstructured information
- Advanced techniques: machine learning, neural networks and deep learning, expert systems, predictive analytics
- Language recognition, chatbots, and natural interfaces
- Industry adoption and use cases for cognitive computing/AI in Europe
- European country markets and ecosystems
- European Cognitive Systems Market Analysis Perspective
- European Cognitive Systems Market Forecast
- Cognitive Systems: European Demand
- European Cognitive Systems FutureScape
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- What are cognitive systems and how are they used today in Europe?
- Who are the key commercial providers of cognitive computing systems, and how do they compare?
- How big is the European market for cognitive systems and how will it develop?
- What is the ecosystem for sales and delivery of cognitive computing software and systems?
- Which vertical industry groupings are currently using or planning to use cognitive systems in their businesses?
- What are the business implications of the use of cognitive technologies — how are they used and what is the business case?
Amazon.com, Inc., Celaton Limited, Google Inc., Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM, IPsoft Incorporated, Intel Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Nuance Communications, Inc., Oracle Corporation, SAP AG, SAS Institute Inc., Salesforce.com, Inc., Tata Consultancy Services Limited, The Sage Group plc, Wipro Limited