Monthly Archives: August 2019

How Do Your Decision Microservices Communicate?

After you deploy your business decision models as microservices, you need to organize your inter-service communication.  Usually, your decision microservices are stateless. But what if they need to maintain some state? What if they updated values and those values got … Continue reading

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Challenge Sep-2019 “Crack the Code”

While we are still waiting for the first solution for our Aug-2019 Challenge “Stateful Decisioning“, we’ve just announced a fun Challenge for Sep-2019 “Crack the Code“. Try it with any tool or just your common sense. Link

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QnA Panel “Ask a Vendor” at DecisionCAMP

DecisionCAMP will run a QnA Panel “Ask a Vendor” on Sep. 18 at 17:00 – see schedule. The presenting vendors will be given 5 minutes each to briefly describe their latest achievements, next important moves, and answer questions from the … Continue reading

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New Gartner IaaS Magic Quadrant

On July 19 Gartner published its latest “Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service, Worldwide“. AWS is being recognized as the Leader for 9th consecutive year following Microsoft, Google, Alibaba, Oracle, and IBM. The report describes their offerings with … Continue reading

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DeepMind’s Losses and the Future of AI

Wired just published an article that analyzes  how the recent DeepMind’s losses will affect AI in general. “The investment community notices significant losses; if DeepMind’s losses were to continue to roughly double each year, even Alphabet might eventually feel compelled … Continue reading

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Business Decision Models are moving to Serverless World

In the new cloud-based world, the decision-making applications have new requirements to operational decision services. The traditional monolithic services are being replaced by microservices that requires high availability, security, and super-fast performance. The customers are not satisfied anymore with a relatively … Continue reading

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IBM Research launches explainable AI toolkit

IBM Research introduced AI Explainability 360, an open source collection of state-of-the-art algorithms that use a range of techniques to explain AI model decision-making. “That’s fundamentally important, because we know people in organizations will not use or deploy AI technologies … Continue reading

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