Monthly Archives: May 2017

DMN RTF Meeting at DecisionCAMP-2017 on July 12

OMG DMN Revision Task Force will hold a technical meeting at DecisionCAMP-2017 on July 12, 2017 at Birkbeck University of London. It will be another important event related to the DMN standard. You may see all events between July 12 and 14 in this … Continue reading

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A Practical Guide to Machine Learning

Rob Thomas and Jean-François Puget published “A Practical Guide to Machine Learning: Understand, Differentiate, and Apply“. Along with typical Machine Learning traps, it provides practical advises, e.g.: 1) “Move application development from programming to training: instead of writing new code, the … Continue reading

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Two Frustrations With the Data Science Industry

On May 13, 2017 Nathan Brixius described his frustrations with data science industry (such as overclassification and overreliance on credentials) starting with this rant: “I don’t give a shit if you call yourself a data scientist, an analyst, a machine learning practitioner, … Continue reading

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The Object Management Group (OMG) invites Business Process Modeling practitioners and interested parties to attend this free innovative and informative meet and greet “BPMN in Action“. Cocktails and light snacks will be served while leading software vendors will demonstrate live the … Continue reading

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A Popular Overview of Natural Language Processing and related AI techniques

  This new article “Overview of Artificial Intelligence and Role of Natural Language Processing in Big Data” in simple terms explains major AI techniques and key differences between NLP, AI, ML, DL & NN

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Interpreting Machine Learning

“You’ve probably heard by now that machine learning algorithms can use big data to predict whether a donor will give to a charity, whether an infant in a NICU will develop sepsis, whether a customer will respond to an ad, … Continue reading

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