Monthly Archives: September 2020

Intelligent Event Broker

Jason English, a Principal Analyst from Intellyx, wrote a whitepaper called “Event Mesh: Event-Driven Architecture for the Real Time Enterprise”:  “We live and work in an event-driven world. Tightly coupled integrations, and conventional data transfer and processing techniques won’t be … Continue reading

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GPT-3, the latest evolution in language technology – What is the big deal?

Over the summer 2020, the latest language model from OpenAI, called GPT-3, created a lot of buzz around the internet. Both within the AI community and outside people shared links to numerous examples on what GPT-3 could do, ranging from … Continue reading

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A Farewell to In-Person Conferences? Anti-notes from DecisionCAMP-2020

This year almost all major conferences went virtual. Our 12th DecisionCAMP-2020 on June 29-July 1 in Oslo also went virtual and became a kind of success. No wonder: the registration count was 3-4 times larger than usual, people did not … Continue reading

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Real-Time Decision-Making

How does your Decisioning Platform support real-time decision-making? Coolfire: “In order to make real-time decision-making a core organizational capability, it’s time for organizations of all kinds to invest in a platform designed to make their data actionable. That means utilizing a … Continue reading

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Challenge Sep-2020: Compressing Decision Tables

Using common sense people can replace larger decision tables with smaller ones. However, when a decision table includes more attributes (columns), the manual compression of the decision table becomes difficult or impossible even if you allow a certain level of … Continue reading

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How to Evaluate Performance of Machine Learning Models

A new post in KDnuggets explains “How to Evaluate the Performance of Your ML Model“: “You can train your supervised machine learning models all day long, but unless you evaluate its performance, you can never know if your model is … Continue reading

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How AI Will Automate 70% Of Software Development

On Sep 24 at noon EST Mike Gualtieri, VP/Principal Analyst at Forrester and our Keynote Speaker at DecisionCAMP-2019, will run the webinar “The Future of Software Development“. Mike asserts that “70% of business software is non-creative and doesn’t require computer-genius … Continue reading

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Self-Learning Decision Models

The next monthly DecisionCAMP session with this topic is scheduled to run on Sep 4 at 12:00 PM EST – get a Zoom URL at our Slack channel. Here is the abstract: “A new open source RuleLearner.com is oriented to business … Continue reading

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