Monthly Archives: March 2019

Roadblocks to Rules Engines

Carol-Ann Berlioz from Sparling Logic lists several roadblocks to decision management systems or rules engines as they are still often called. And she also lists great benefits of using them: Link

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Running Java-based Decision Services in the New World

Java was introduced over twenty years ago and to this day, it still remains very popular among developers. A new Java framework “Quarkus” provides an effective solution for running Java in the new world of serverless, microservices, containers, Kubernetes, FaaS, … Continue reading

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Overwhelming Response to DecisionCAMP-2019

While the abstract submission deadline for the DecisionCAMP-2019 is March 31, we’ve already received an overwhelming response from many well-known experts and practitioners with their intentions to present at DecisionCAMP in September. It is interesting that if the DMN standard … Continue reading

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The Hundred-Page Machine Learning Book

Andriy Burkov, a machine learning team leader at Gartner, published “The Hundred-Page Machine Learning Book“. Its preface says: “Let’s start by telling the truth: machines don’t learn. What a typical “learning machine” does, is finding a mathematical formula, which, when … Continue reading

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“Old” AI vs Deep Learning

Vincent Gosselin from DecisionBrain wrote: “At last an article that takes a realistic view of AI rather than a sole focus on deep learning. We recently came across a failed AI project where a fairly hyped company, let’s call it … Continue reading

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