Monthly Archives: May 2018

Bias and Noise: Daniel Kahneman on Errors in Decision-Making

Prof. Daniel Kahneman was awarded a Nobel Prize for his work on the psychology of judgment and decision-making. Read this interview with him about human/machine collaboration. Here is only one quote: At an insurance company, we measured what is technically called … Continue reading

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CUI – Conversational User Interface

Here are a few quotes from an interesting article “State of the conversation” written by Paul Campillo:  Eight trillion. That’s the number of text messages sent every year. For the record, that’s 23 billion texts sent every day. Or almost 16 … Continue reading

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June-2018 Challenge “Credit Card Application”

More than 4 years ago on Jan 8, 2014 Nick Broom published one of the first real-world decision model “Credit Card Application” with an objective to demonstrate the newly introduced DMN standard version 1.0. Now, when many vendors announced their support for DMN, we … Continue reading

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Better Rules Hackathon

The Better Rules Hackathon is happening on May 19-20 in New Zealand with the aim of exploring the ideas and practice of making legislation into machine consumable ‘digital rules’ that can be reused and integrated across domains for the benefit … Continue reading

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Intelligent Agent Cocoon in Forrester’s 2018 Predictions

Forrester’s 2018 Predictions examine 13 market dynamics that will have the greatest impact on your business this year and beyond.  “Customer experience (CX) became the centerpiece of business strategy. In 2017 CX quality plateaued. In 2018, 30% of companies will see further … Continue reading

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Custom R charts coming to Excel

This week at the BUILD conference, Microsoft announced that Power BI custom visuals will soon be available as charts with Excel. You’ll be able to choose a range of data within an Excel workbook, and pass those data to one of the … Continue reading

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Enterprise Ethereum Client Specification 1.0

Announced today, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance has released the Enterprise Ethereum Client Specification 1.0. Until today, organizations had to create proprietary versions of a permissioned corporate Ethereum implementation. Thanks to the EEA’s new client spec, the global development community can now design their Ethereum solutions via … Continue reading

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