AAAI-22 Workshop on AI for Decision Optimization

The AAAI-22 workshop on AI for Decision Optimization (AI4DO) will explore how AI can be used to significantly simplify the creation of efficient production level optimization models, thereby enabling their much wider application and resulting business value. The desired outcome of this workshop is to drive forward research and seed collaborations in this area by bringing together machine learning and decision-making from the lens of both dynamic and static optimization models. Link

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New intelligent suggestions for formulas and functions in Google Sheets

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Peter Norvig: Today’s Most Pressing Questions in AI Are Human-Centered

Peter Norvig is a well-known name in AI. He co-wrote Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, an introductory textbook used by some 1,500 universities worldwide, and he’s taught hundreds of thousands of students through his courses on online education platform Udacity. In this interview, Peter discusses his move from Google’s Director of Research to Stanford, building a human-focused AI curriculum, and broadening access to education. Link

One way to think of AI is as a process of optimization — finding the course of action, in an uncertain world, that will result in the maximum expected utility. In the past, the interesting questions were around what algorithm is best for doing this optimization. Now that we have a great set of algorithms and tools, the more pressing questions are human-centered: Exactly what do you want to optimize? Whose interests are you serving? Are you being fair to everyone? Is anyone being left out? Is the data you collected inclusive, or is it biased?

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The Art of Knowing How to Leverage Decision Intelligence

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Decision Assessment Model from Gartner

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Challenge Oct-2021: Simple Card Approval Decision

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What is a Compact Definition of Digital Decisioning?

An interesting discussion has started at LinkedIn around this possible answer:

All 5 elements of this formula have been questioned: Link

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The Art of Knowing How to Leverage Decision Intelligence

Gartner’s Roy Schulte will run this complimentary webinar on Oct 08 at 10:00 AM EST. It is devoted to effective decision making and will discuss “the art of knowing where and how to integrate decision intelligence solutions into business processes and applications.” Link

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DecisionCAMP-2021 on Sep 13-15 Online

The 13th DecisionCAMP will be held next week on Sep 13-15 with the major scheme “INTELLIGENT DECISION SERVICES”. The registration is free and all registered attendees receive the proper Zoom URL or may get it on the Slack channel where they may ask questions and receive answers during and after the sessions. Each day starts at 9:00 AM EDT (15:00 CEST). There will be 15 presentations each starting on the top of the hour – see the complete Schedule. There will be two keynotes shared with the Declarative AI. To watch keynotes at 12:00 PM EDT you will need to temporarily switch to the URL by clicking on the Keynote’s “watch” at the Schedule. At the end of the Sep 13 and 14 we will run two interactive panels “Ask a Practitioner” and “Ask a Vendor”. Don’t miss the major Decision Management event of the year! Link

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ModelOps: AI Model Operationalization

Gartner 2021 Report “Market Guide for AI Trust, Risk and Security Management“: AI model operationalization (ModelOps) is primarily focused on the governance and life cycle management of all AI and decision models (including models based on machine learning, knowledge graphs, rules, optimization, linguistics and agents). In contrast to MLOps, which focuses only on the operationalization of ML models, and AIOps which is AI for IT Operations, ModelOps focuses on the operationalization of all AI and decision models.

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