How VR, AR and Cognitive Capabilities Might Converge in 2017

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EE Times's Max Maxfield opines on how he thinks virtual reality, augmented reality and cognitive capabilities will combine to create new and exciting applications in 2017.

He writes, "A number of disparate technologies have started to make their presence felt in recent times -- including virtual reality, augmented reality, embedded vision, embedded speech, and cognitive (reasoning, thinking) systems -- and 2017 may prove to be the turning point year when the power of these technologies start to be combined to create sophisticated systems that provide hitherto undreamt of capabilities."

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