According to the World Health Organization, 25 percent of adults worldwide report having been physically abused as children. Better tools are needed to prevent incidents of abuse and neglect and to improve the overall child welfare system.
Cognitive computing provides a powerful set of tools that can help child welfare organizations address many of the challenges they face today; challenges like high caseloads, inexperienced staff, accessing important case information from case notes and other unstructured formats, and sharing information within and between organizations.
But how can it actually be implemented to see results? Watch the video archive to learn why cognitive computing is one of the most promising new technologies for overcoming current challenges that child welfare professionals face.
Want more info? Read the white paper: Improving Child Welfare: Is Cognitive Computing Part of the Solution
Recorded: June 23, 2016