Monthly Archives: May 2019

Forrester’s Mike Gualtieri will be Keynote Speaker at DecisionCAMP and BRAIN-2019 Summit

BREAKING NEWS: Forrester Research Vice President & Principal Analyst, Mike Gualtieri, will deliver keynote “The Future Of Enterprise AI And Digital Decisions” at DecisionCAMP and other BRAIN-2019 Summit events in Bolzano, Italy, on Sep. 16-19, 2019. Mike will convey the … Continue reading

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2019 Survey of Software for Linear Programming

Prof. Robert Fourer, who will be our presenter at DecisionCAMP-2019, just published the results of the 2019 Linear Programming (LP) Survey.  LP software can be very effectively used for Decision Optimization problems which deal with minimizing or maximizing business objectives subject … Continue reading

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The Future of DMN: an interactive discussion at DecisionCAMP-2019

Gary Hallmark, the author of DMN FEEL and a co-chair of the DMN standard committee, will run an interactive discussion “DMN 2.0?” at DecisionCAMP in September.  “In DMN’s 8 year lifespan from RFP to version 1.3, many features, changes and … Continue reading

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Optimization and Machine Learning with Excel Online

Frontline Systems has released Analytic Solver® V2019, a SaaS (software as a service) cloud and desktop platform that offers Excel-savvy business analysts point-and-click tools to create predictive and prescriptive analytics models themselves, without needing expert data scientists or programmers. Both … Continue reading

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Why Machine Learning Models Crash And Burn In Production

This is the title of the article published by Forbes: “One magical aspect of software is that it just keeps working. If you code a calculator app, it will still correctly add and multiply numbers a month, a year, or … Continue reading

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CP-2019 Workshop on Progress Towards the Holy Grail

In 1997 in the paper “In Pursuit of the Holy Grail” Prof. Gene Freuder proposed that Constraint Programming was well-positioned to pursue the Holy Grail of computer science: the user simply states the problem and the computer solves it.  Twenty … Continue reading

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MIT invests $1 billion into a new college of AI

One of the birthplaces of artificial intelligence, MIT, has announced a bold plan to reshape its academic program around the technology. With $1 billion in funding, MIT will create a new college that combines AI, machine learning, and data science with … Continue reading

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