Monthly Archives: August 2018

Two months after GDPR

More than 1,000 US news sites are unavailable in Europe, 2 months after the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect on May 25. Websites had two years to get ready for the GDPR. But rather than comply, about a third of … Continue reading

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How to Optimally Allocate “Bribe” Money

Tallys Yunes published an Excel-based optimization model that calculates the likelihood that certain agents will perform a given action that benefits you. Link Below are a few examples:

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Smart Snippets: Semantic Web Comes of Age

On Aug. 3 Forbes published an article “The Semantic Web Comes of Age” by Kurt Cagle. “Beginning in 2017, both Google and Bing announced that they would be supporting the use of embedded smart snippets in web content. A smart snippet is a … Continue reading

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Kasparov: Can Artificial Intelligence Make Perfect Decisions?

Can artificial intelligence make perfect decisions? Watch Chess Grandmaster Garry Kasparov discuss this hot topic in AI with FICO Chief Analytics Officer Dr. Scott Zoldi. Link

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How to use traditional scorecards and AI together

Which works better for modeling credit risk: traditional scorecards or artificial intelligence and machine learning? Given the excitement around AI today, this question is inevitable. The fact is that traditional scorecard methods and AI bring different advantages to credit risk … Continue reading

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