Monthly Archives: December 2017

Poll: Vote for Best Challenges/Solutions of 2017

The following poll lists all six Decision Management challenges and their multiple solutions published in 2017. Please select up to 6 best solutions for the challenges you like. The winners will be those 3 challenges/solutions which receive the most votes … Continue reading

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Andrew Ng starts a manufacturing AI company

“I am excited to announce, a new Artificial Intelligence company that will help other enterprises transform for the age of AI. We will initially focus on the manufacturing industry” Andrew Ng

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“Sorry humans, you had a good run”

“Chess changed forever on Dec. 6, 2017. And maybe the rest of the world did, too. After AlphaGo sensationally won against the top Go player a year ago, the artificial-intelligence program AlphaZero has obliterated the highest-rated chess engine. Stockfish, which for most top players is their go-to … Continue reading

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Prepare to Vote for the Best Decision Model of 2017

Between Christmas and New Year we will conduct the public opinion poll to determine the best decision model among our Challenges published in 2017. Here they are: Dec: Reindeer Ordering Nov: Soldier Payment Rules Sep: Classify Department Employees Jun: Loan Origination … Continue reading

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How Bitcoin Actually Works

Bitcoin price quickly passed $5,000, $11,000, and $17,000 (today) milestones. This 25 mins video explains how Bitcoin actually works.

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Detecting Serial Killers with Data

The New Yorker’s article “The Serial-Killer Detector” describes how an algorithm is discovering new links between unsolved murders. By a process of data aggregating, the algorithm gathers killings that are related by method, place, and time, and by the victim’s sex. … Continue reading

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