Monthly Archives: July 2017

Notes from DecisionCAMP-2017

According to many people who attended DecisionCAMP on July 12-14 in London, it became a real success. Let me start with a few quotes from attendees: “Congrats on a very good Decision Camp event. This was a great stimulating event … Continue reading

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DecisionCAMP Starts on July 12

DecisionCAMP-2017 starts on July 12, 2017 at Birkbeck University of London. Based on overwhelming response from DM practitioners worldwide and participation of the major DM authorities, it promises to become the major DM event of the year. See the Program and Presenters. … Continue reading

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Machine-Learning Identifies Heart Arrhythmia

It might not be long before algorithms routinely save lives—as long as doctors are willing to put ever more trust in machines. A team of researchers at Stanford University, led by Andrew Ng, has shown that a machine-learning model can identify … Continue reading

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Blockchain Reference Architecture and Decision Models

Blockchain technology has the potential to have a major impact on how institutions process transactions and conduct business. Blockchain technology provides a secure transaction ledger database through a decentralized network. It has the potential to reduce operational costs and friction, create … Continue reading

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In a few years there will be no AI startups

Frank Chen: “I believe that in 2 years, no investor is going to be explicitly looking to fund AI-powered startups. Given that nearly all the startups we see these days are dressing themselves in AI clothes (powered by machine learning! … Continue reading

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