Monthly Archives: March 2018

Automating Scheduling and Resource Allocation Decisions

Decision Optimization frequently deals with scheduling and resource allocation problems. One of the best-known software package for modeling and solving scheduling problems was ILOG Scheduler. This month IBM published a very detailed article “20+ years of scheduling with constraints at … Continue reading

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Building Stateful Decision Services

Sometimes a decision service needs to consider information or context from previous invocations of the service. For example, you might want to award a customer discount if they purchased more than two items in one week. The information you keep … Continue reading

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A Path to Common Sense AI?

Our recent post talks about Paul Allen’s intention to teach computers common sense. This LinkedIn’s post is attempting to define a path for common sense reasoning (click on the image): “For computers to operate at the “common sense” level, they are required … Continue reading

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Decision Management and Semantic Reasoning

“This September DecisionCAMP and RuleML+RR will be co-located again for the third time during the Logic for AI 2018 summit in Luxembourg. These two events represent two different but closely related fields of the knowledge representation movement: Business Rules & Decisions … Continue reading

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Assessing Cardiovascular Risk Factors with Computer Vision

Google Brain Team: “Recently, we’ve seen many examples of how deep learning techniques can help to increase the accuracy of diagnoses for medical imaging, especially for diabetic eye disease. In “Prediction of Cardiovascular (CV) Risk Factors from Retinal Fundus Photographs via Deep … Continue reading

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The Usefulness of Imperfection

Today Tallys Yunes shared his thoughts about Theory versus Practice in creating real-world decision models. A few quotes: “models aren’t perfect, and that’s perfectly OK. There’s a reason why business analytics is known as “the science of better” rather than “the … Continue reading

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Decision Management Most Influential People

This year will try to determine the most influential people in Decision Management technology in 2018. How will we decide whom to include in the DM Most Influential List? Go to this page and nominate your candidates  to the DM Most … Continue reading

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