Monthly Archives: November 2017

Quotes from Bjarne Stroustrup

Interesting quotes from Bjarne Stroustrup, the creator of C++: I have always wished for my computer to be as easy to use as my telephone; my wish has come true because I can no longer figure out how to use my telephone … Continue reading

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How to Succeed with AI: James Taylor’s advice

James Taylor just published a new post about AI: “AI is a decision-making technology. As such it is a powerful complement to Decision Management – something to be considered alongside business rules and analytics, and integrated into a coherent decision model. ” To … Continue reading

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Averaging Risk is Risking the Average

“Regulators must assess risk in many different areas. Banking has been top of mind in the past years, but industries like Pharma and Utilities also had a lot of attention. How a regulator decides to measure and asses risk is … Continue reading

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About DecisionCAMP-2018

The DecisionCAMP-2017 became a major technical decision management event of 2017. Next year DecisionCAMP will be held in Luxembourg in the mid of Sep-2018. We will join the Logic for AI Summit that will bring together several international conferences and workshops … Continue reading

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Is it time to kill the web?

“For the first time, a meaningful number of developers are openly questioning the web platform. Here’s a representative article and discussion. Here’s another. Yet another. I could list more but if you’re interested enough in programming to be reading this you’ve already read at least … Continue reading

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According to James Owen, “Dr. Charles L. Forgy, the original inventor of Rete algorithm has released his invention into the wild.  Not just the original Rete but Rete-NT, the latest and greatest!  Yes, you read that right!  Rete-NT is now … Continue reading

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