Monthly Archives: July 2018

Data Science Dead in 5 Years or Less?

Justin B. Dickerson just published an article with the above title (without a question mark): “Did I get your attention? I hope so because we’re facing a significant problem in the data science market that no one is talking about.” … Continue reading

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DMN for Clinical Decision Support

Can DMN be used for creating shareable knowledge artifacts for Clinical Decision Support (CDS)? This paper considers different options. “If so, then we can take advantage of many of the DMN tools to author knowledge artifacts and implement CDS services … Continue reading

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12th International Rule Challenge 2018

During the Logic for AI Summit hosted by the University of Luxembourg in September there will be an International Rule Challenge that seeks to provide competition among innovative rule-oriented applications, aimed at both the research and industrial side. Business Rules Modeling is among … Continue reading

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Why Contribute to Open Source?

This article has interesting points made by a theoretical chemist turned software engineer. “The answer to this question has many facets, but I can almost guarantee that at least one of them will appeal to you. One of the best reasons to contribute to … Continue reading

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Get Real!

Alan Trefler, the founder and CEO of Pegasystems, just published a very articulated article “Get Real!“. Here are a few quotes: “In today’s world of promises and hype, it’s tempting to jump on that bandwagon. But I believe strongly the software … Continue reading

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Challenge July-2018 “Zoo, Buses, and Kids”

This month we offer a simple decision optimization problem “Zoo, Buses, and Kids” as our July-2018 Challenge. We expect that not only special optimization tools like IBM CP Optimizer but traditional decision modeling tools can be used to solve the … Continue reading

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Can AI build a decision model for you?

A recent TechRepublic article “Now AI can write code for you” reported that Rice University researchers created an application called BAYOU that uses deep learning to write code for programmers. While the technology is in its infancy, it represents a major … Continue reading

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