Monthly Archives: April 2019

Converting Customers to Fans

Chris Capossela, Chief Marketing Officer at Microsoft: “A few years ago, we started to move our thinking away from how we could woo customers away from our competitors, and instead focus on developing a fan-centric culture, and I think this has … Continue reading

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Data Integration for Decision Management

Integration with data is key to a successful decision application: Decision Management Systems (DMS) benefit from leveraging data to develop, test and optimize high value decisions. The latest Carlos Serrano‘s post focuses on the usage of data by the DMS … Continue reading

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Similarity in Machine and Human Decision Making

In his new post “Artificial and Human Intelligence” Alain Chabrier from IBM describes decisions the members of his own  family make while packing for vacation. In simple terms Alain nicely explains how we use 3 major Decision Management techniques (Rules, … Continue reading

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An exciting agenda for the DecisionCAMP-2019

The full program for the 2019 DecisionCAMP is now available and online. We invite you to explore thought-provoking presentations given by experts from leading organizations representing 12 countries. Our conference and its inspiring agenda points will be a great opportunity … Continue reading

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Serverless Architectures

Mike Roberts: “Serverless computing is a hot topic in the software architecture world. The “Big Three” cloud vendors—Amazon, Google, and Microsoft—are heavily invested in Serverless, and we’ve seen plenty of books, open-source projects, conferences, and software vendors dedicated to the subject. But … Continue reading

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RLDM – Reinforcement Learning and Decision Making Conference

Reinforcement learning and decision making have been the focus of research spanning a wide variety of fields including psychology, artificial intelligence, machine learning, operations research, control theory, animal and human neuroscience, economics, and ethology. Key to many developments in the … Continue reading

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bpmNEXT => Intelligent Automation

Kris Verlaenen reports from bpmNEXT: “The conference is still called bpmNEXT but the consensus is that the term “Intelligent Automation” seems to cover better what we are discussing.. Traditional flow charts have reached their limits in representing more adaptive requirements … Continue reading

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