Cognitive Computing Market To Reach Around $178 Billion by 2030

anany joshi
2 min readJun 7


The total value of the cognitive computing market was $23 billion in 2021, and it will reach $178 billion by 2030, at a growth rate of 25.4% in the near future. This is mainly because of the growing use of AI ML, neural networks, and integrated cloud platforms.

The NLP category had the highest revenue share of over 40%. The NLP technology aids in the analysis of unstructured data for the improvement of consumer requirements, prospects, and experience.

Furthermore, administrations benefit from NLP by gaining improved insights into business process optimization, operational cost reduction, and customer perception, which are projected to drive the market growth.

Also, the growing use of smart assistants like Siri and Alexa, together with the use of predictive text, has augmented the acceptance of cognitive computing systems.

The requirement for ML technology will grow significantly in the future, because of the surging requirement for enhancing human-computer connection. ML for interactive and adaptive learning will become popular in the industry.

Likewise, ML will be after by industry stalwarts, for improving translation and interpretation systems.

BFSI had the largest revenue share of over 26% and will grow significantly in the future. The acceptance of cognitive solutions involves efficient data analytic competencies modified as per the need of BFSI organizations.

This technology tries to deliver items without delays, answers inquiries more quickly and effectively, enhances face-to-face services, and makes use of consumer data to tailor the decisions of consumers. So, banks will have their noses in front with the implementation of cognitive technologies into their transaction execution, decision-making, and client experience.

Healthcare will grow significantly in the years to come. Cognitive solutions permit doctors to emphasize patient care with the elimination of paperwork. Computing systems will continuously be used for improving decision-making and human diagnostics with a human element.

Cloud dominated the cognitive computing market in the past. The recent development in data storage facilities including integrated cloud storage amenities, and the development of tailored cloud solutions, for example, public and private clouds, are some key drivers accountable for the expansion of this industry.

North America dominated the regional industry with over 40%. This is because of the fast acceptance of integrated cloud platforms and the appearance of novel business models. Likewise, stringent government policies in Canada, and the U.S. will emphasize the importance of data security, speeding up the acceptance of cognitive computing solutions in North America.

APAC will be the fastest-growing region in the future. Some positive expansions, for example, the increasing use of the internet and the growing start-up count in India, China, Japan, Australia, and other nations, will boost the growth of the industry.