Monthly Archives: November 2019

Success Stories of Decision Optimization

From lifesaving discoveries, to increased efficiencies, to billions in savings realized, Operations Research (OR) and Analytics are making significant impact every day by optimizing real-world decisions. See  success stories described at the INFORMS website and IBM.

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Digital Art: Mirages and Miracles

“Mirages & Miracles is an augmented reality exhibition where the focus is not on the technology but on the experience. Mirages & miracles is a series of installations in which one is immersed in a very poetic way in virtual, … Continue reading

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The upcoming California Consumer Privacy Act

CCPA, or the California Consumer Privacy Act, is the upcoming “small GDPR” that is applied for all companies that have users from California (i.e. it has extraterritorial application). It is not as massive as GDPR, but you may want to follow … Continue reading

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Mini-DecisionCAMP at BBC-2019

Building Business Capability 2019  is the largest annual BR&DM event oriented to business analysts. It will start next week in the Diplomat Beach Resort Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, November 11-15. As a member of DMCommunity you may receive 15% discount … Continue reading

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Why archaic and cumbersome RFP no longer makes sense

Forrester’s Elaine Hutton just published an article “RIP, RFP — This Is Not Your 1990s Vendor Selection Process” that explains why the RFP (request for proposal) does not satisfy modern digital business needs of innovation and agility and is close … Continue reading

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Sketch-Based Image Synthesis

Recently, there has been an increase in popularity of artwork generated by computers. The goal of sketch-based image synthesis is to generate some image given the constraint of a sketched object. This allows non-artist users to turn simple black and … Continue reading

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Continuous Delivery for Machine Learning

ThoughtWorks put out an article about Continuous Delivery for Machine Learning: “Machine Learning applications are becoming popular in our industry, however the process for developing, deploying, and continuously improving them is more complex compared to more traditional software, such as … Continue reading

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