Monthly Archives: April 2020

CMMN Method and Style

Bruce Silver: Case Management Model and Notation (CMMN) is the poor stepchild of process modeling standards.  It was developed a decade ago, around the same time as BPMN 2.0.  In case management, the order of actions typically cannot be precisely … Continue reading

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Walid Saba pointed to the article “Machine learning leads mathematicians to unsolvable problem” that states that a simple artificial-intelligence problem puts researchers up against a logical paradox discovered by Kurt Gödel. “The undecidability in the latest results points to what … Continue reading

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AI’s Premier Award 2020 goes to Gene Freuder

The premier AI award, the IJCAI Research Excellence Award, this year goes to Professor Eugene C. Freuder. It is Gene Freuder who said: “We are in the business of helping computers help people make better decisions.” In 1997 in his … Continue reading

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An “Embarrassing” Challenge for ML/DL experts

Walid Saba published “An Embarrassing Challenge“. He states that it would be no problem for a 4-year old to point to the teacher and to the mother on these pictures: But can an ML/DL algorithm recognize who is who? Link

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Adding human reviews to machine learning applications

On April 24 Amazon announced the general availability of Augmented Artificial Intelligence (A2I), a fully managed service that makes it easy to add human review to machine learning predictions to improve model and application accuracy by continuously identifying and improving … Continue reading

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Building Decision Optimization Microservices

A new LinkedIn’s post “Building a complete cloud-based Decision Optimization Service” converts our April-2020 Challenge “Doctor Planning” to a complete decision optimization application called “Worker Scheduler“. It demonstrates that using modern cloud-based architecture and popular open-source tools such as JavaSolver, … Continue reading

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Build vs. Buy


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