Monthly Archives: July 2018

Google adds accelerated ML to the embedded devices

Coming this fall. Google will offer small, portable versions of its custom machine learning chips, embedded in boards or USB devices. “The Edge TPU is a small ASIC designed by Google that provides high performance ML inferencing for low-power devices. … Continue reading

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Decisions require judgment

NPR just published an article that says: “Facial recognition software sold by Amazon mistakenly identified 28 members of Congress as people who had been arrested for crimes, the American Civil Liberties Union announced on Thursday. Amazon Rekognition has been marketed as … Continue reading

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DecisionCAMP Registration is Open

If you plan to attend DecisionCAMP-2018 you should register now – see the Registration page. The registration fee is EUR 150 and it includes lunches and coffee breaks on September 17, 18, and 19. We highly recommend you to attend … Continue reading

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The P&C insurance industry’s potential game changer

Capgemini just published an article describing how InsurTech firms are now coming up with innovative offerings based on blockchain technology. “From homes to vehicles, property and casualty insurers handle multiple types of policies.  The process involves a lot of data … Continue reading

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The True Meaning Of Digital Transformation

Forrester’s Research Director Martin Gill explains the true meaning of digital transformation in this podcast. “Digital transformation has come to mean so many things that it’s almost meaningless. Companies have automated call centers, digitized sales channels, and catered to mobility — but … Continue reading

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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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