Monthly Archives: December 2018

The Most Popular DMCommunity’s Posts of 2018

Here is the list of the most viewed pages and posts in 2018: Page/Post Views Challenge Feb-2018 823 DecisionCAMP-2018 550 Challenge April-2018 508 Gartner Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2018 437 Challenge June-2018 422 Challenge Nov-2018 378 Three Levels … Continue reading

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Bill Gates: a new way to look at Leonardo

  “If you just look carefully, you could really figure the world out” On Dec. 18 Bill Gates wrote: “I’ve been fascinated by the artist and inventor Leonardo da Vinci for decades. He had one of the most innovative minds … Continue reading

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Rule-Based Bots vs AI Bots

According to this article, “Companies like Amazon are dumping AI-powered chatbots in favor of ‘dumb’ bots that make customer service smarter. That’s because rules-based chatbots are cheaper, easy to implement, 99-percent effective, and solve issues fast… Rules-based bots that offer pre-populated … Continue reading

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How to Drive a Successful Decision Automation Project

Jerome Joubert from IBM published an article with this title listing three important factors which drive success with your decision automation project: Business-oriented methodology. Let your business experts take control by discovering business decisions and validating them with no need to write … Continue reading

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The same Challenges for AI and Decision Models

Peter Voss just quoted this Harvard Business Review’s article: “The scientific community is good at building AI models that perform a single task really well. But more intuitive, conversational, and contextual interfaces will require an AI model that learns continuously — … Continue reading

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Alan Trefler: The Big RPA Bubble

Alan Trefler, the Founder and CEO of Pegasystems, just published an article about Robotic Process Automation (RPA). “It’s the hot topic among the C-Suite. Where to implement. How to implement. How many headcount can be saved through robotic implementations. Business leaders … Continue reading

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Decision-Centric RPA

Arash Aghlara compares traditional Robotic Process Automation (RPA) with decision-centric RPA when both robots and staff share the logic for repetitive operational business decisions. “Enabling robots to make such decisions is not about technologies like AI, Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Predictive Analytics, etc. … Continue reading

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Decisioning Challenges of Driverless Cars

It is a lot harder to make an autonomous car than to sell the idea to AI-obsessed audiences. Christian Wolmar, the British author and broadcaster, said in this interview: “This is a fantasy that has not been thought through, and … Continue reading

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Machine Learning Applied: China vs. US

In this MIT Technology Review “Tech companies should stop pretending AI won’t destroy jobs” Kai-Fu Lee gives several reasons why China will have at least a 50/50 chance of winning the AI race: 1) China has a huge army of young people coming into AI; … Continue reading

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