Monthly Archives: November 2016

Three Technology Trends for 2017

Neil Ward-Dutton and his colleagues published the key trends they see organisations facing in 2017 (and beyond). Here they are: The rise of learning systems From as-a-service to self-service From packaged products to easy-to-use platforms with open APIs for customization and … Continue reading

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DecisionCAMP-2017 in London

The next DecisionCAMP will be held on July 13-14, 2017 at Birkbeck University of London, London UK.  The event is organized by DMCommunity.org and this year it is hosted by the International Joint Conference on Rules and Reasoning. DecisionCAMP-2017 will feature presentations from leading … Continue reading

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The Darker Side of Machine Learning

While machine learning is introducing innovation and change to many sectors, it also is bringing trouble and worries to others. One of the most worrying aspects of emerging machine learning technologies is their invasiveness on user privacy. This TechCrunch’s article provides … Continue reading

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How Blockchain Will Change Your Life

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty describes how blockchain provides a pivotal opportunity for companies and industries. “Blockchain offers a way to track items or transactions using a shared digital “ledger.” Blocks of new transactions are added at the end of the … Continue reading

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Andrew Ng: What AI Can and Can’t Do

Andrew Ng is the founding lead of the Google Brain team, former director of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, and now overall lead of Baidu’s AI team of some 1,200 people. In the latest Harvard Business Review he wrote: “AI will transform … Continue reading

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