The paper reviews existing models for organizing information for machine learning systems in heterogeneous computing environments. In this context, we focus on structured knowledge representations as they have played a key role in enabling machine learning at scale. The paper highlights recent case studies where knowledge structures when combined with the knowledge of the distributed computation graph have accelerated machine-learning applications by 10x or more. We extend these concepts to the design of Cognitive Distributed Learning Systems to resolve critical bottlenecks in real-time machine learning applications such as Predictive Analytics and Recommender Systems.
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Cognitive Computing Architectures for Machine (Deep) Learning at Scale
Published: 09 June 2017 by MDPI in DIGITALISATION FOR A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY session Cognitive Distributed Computing and its Impact on IT (Information Technology) as We Know It
Keywords: machine learning; cognitive computing; distributed computing; knowledge structures; heterogeneous computing