SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Coseer, a Silicon Valley-based startup specializing in tactical cognitive computing technology that mimics the human brain to solve complex problems for business, announced today the launch of their new product demos. Through an artificial intelligence-powered software suite capable of understanding natural language and unstructured data, Coseer provides large organizations with a streamlined, user-friendly solution to automating tedious, language-heavy tasks. "It's our philosophy that people should be able to spend more time focused on things like creativity and judgment in their day-to-day workflows and leave the monotony of information mining and paper pushing to the machines. Coseer makes that possible," said CEO Praful Krishna, a Harvard Business School and McKinsey & Company alumni. The startup is banking on the accessibility of their technology to gain a stronger foothold in the nascent cognitive computing industry expected to grow at a 55% CAGR and reach $31 billion by 2019. Companies like IBM, who have injected $1 billion into creating a business unit for their supercomputer, Watson, require massive investments from an enterprise's higher-ranking executives or Board to adopt. Coseer, on the other hand, makes its technology available to VPs and Directors and at much lower costs. The company's cognitive engine automatically aggregates millions of data sources in real time, including numbers and text, which it reads and summarizes like a human, but for a fraction of the time and resources, and with 95-98% accuracy. The technology is highly customizable and boasts accelerated training that allows enterprises to deploy the system within 4-12 weeks. The software runs over conventional hardware in the cloud or on premise and is accessible for both large and small problems.