Monthly Archives: June 2018

NYT Interview with Benjamin Grosof

New Your Times published an interview “Is There a Smarter Path to Artificial Intelligence? Some Experts Hope So” with Benjamin Grosof, a leading AI expert and a frequent presenter at RuleML+RR and DecisionCAMP.  While deep learning comes from the statistical side of AI, the … Continue reading

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Spotting Perfect Art Forgeries

The Guardian published an article “How to spot a perfect fake: the world’s top art forgery detective“. Forgeries have got so good – and so costly – that Sotheby’s has brought in its own in-house fraud-busting expert. One expert said: … Continue reading

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A Practitioner’s Review of DMN 1.2

Jan Purchase, a well-known DM practitioner and co-author of “Real-World Decision Modeling with DMN“, reviewed new features of the upcoming DMN Release 1.2. Which features will be genuinely useful and which are still missing? Read Jan’s article.

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Why aren’t companies achieving their digital transformation goals?

Alan Trefler, Pegasystems: “I have the privilege of talking with many of the world’s largest and most successful companies about critical digital transformation projects, and I hear some common themes that even the most advanced organizations find challenging — good … Continue reading

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How Blockchain Technology Can Save The IRS

The IRS plans to spend $291 million updating 140 computer systems to help it implement the new tax law and a private blockchain platform will be at the center of this transformation. “For example, when a bank or financial institutions transfers … Continue reading

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Blockchain: a story of potential, and patience

Today Forrester sent out this email: “Blockchain’s potential is huge, but let’s face it: the technology simply isn’t ready for your business. In 2018, blockchain projects will fall into one of three categories: 1) Pure R&D; 2) Immediate (but small-scale) business benefit ; … Continue reading

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Microsoft confirms GitHub acquisition

Microsoft is confirming the rumors that it is acquiring the software development platform GitHub are true. Microsoft has announced it is acquiring GitHub for $7.5 billion in Microsoft stock. According to GitHub, as of March 2018 it has more than 27 … Continue reading

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