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Industry’s First Cognitive Computing App Builder

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ApOrchid - VisionApp Orchid Inc recently announced the industry’s first Cognitive Computing app builder. The announcement states, “Emerging from stealth mode, AppOrchid Inc. announced today its disruptive new technology for developing cognitive apps that targets the multi-billion dollar “Internet of Everything” (IoE) market. “The future for enterprise computing lies in intelligent or cognitive apps. In this new “Internet of everything” world, connected devices, social data and massive volumes of free form documents integrate with enterprise applications in real-time. AppOrchid’s groundbreaking products employ Big Data technology and a scalable Knowledge graph model powered with intelligent natural language processing. The end result is human-like intelligence, with a gamified user experience spanning conventional, handheld and wearable devices. This is a watershed moment in Enterprise computing”, said Krishna Kumar, Founder and CEO of AppOrchid Inc.”

The announcement also proclaims that, “The main features of the technology are:

  •     Multipurpose conversational query language across Big-Data, Knowledge Graphs and No-SQL Document stores.
  •     A BigData data science toolbox with cognitive science libraries, pattern matching and self-learning capabilities
  •     Multi-device gamified and storified user experience that continuously improves based on user behavior.

In a short span of 8 months, the company has already contracted with 2 of the top mobile device manufacturers, one of the biggest consulting service providers and several smaller startup and boutique technology companies. The company already boasts of multiple pilot customers in hi-tech, energy and healthcare.”


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Jelani Harper has written for a number of publications, both online and in print. He was a staff writer at both the Oakland Tribune and the San Mateo Times. He has written extensively about various aspects of IT and finance including business intelligence, cloud computing and cloud-based data, GPS, architecture, data management, and ERP.

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