Monthly Archives: September 2021

DecisionCAMP-2021 on Sep 13-15 Online

The 13th DecisionCAMP will be held next week on Sep 13-15 with the major scheme “INTELLIGENT DECISION SERVICES”. The registration is free and all registered attendees receive the proper Zoom URL or may get it on the Slack channel where … Continue reading

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ModelOps: AI Model Operationalization

Gartner 2021 Report “Market Guide for AI Trust, Risk and Security Management“: AI model operationalization (ModelOps) is primarily focused on the governance and life cycle management of all AI and decision models (including models based on machine learning, knowledge graphs, … Continue reading

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What AI Can Learn From Romeo & Juliet

In the Forbe’s article with this name, Doug Lenat, the creator of the Cyc’s Knowledge Base, wrote: “Some of the best AI systems today have already taken one small step in the right direction: they combine right-brain machine learning with … Continue reading

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ML-powered Photo Upscaling

From Google AI Blog: “Natural image synthesis is a broad class of machine learning (ML) tasks with wide-ranging applications that pose a number of design challenges. One example is image super-resolution, in which a model is trained to transform a … Continue reading

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Ads, privacy and confusion

Ben Evans: “Privacy is coming to the internet and cookies are going away. This is long overdue – but we don’t know what happens next, we don’t have much consensus on what online privacy actually means, and most of what’s … Continue reading

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FEEL vs Excel Formulas

In this post Bruce Silver explains why DMN FEEL boxed expressions are more business-friendly than Excel formulas. Here is an example:

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Is SQL for Business or for IT?

Jack Jansonius shared the following article in which he argues that SQL combined with decision tables gives us a friendly 5GL language oriented to the business audience. Recently he provided a solution for our Oct-2016 Challenge “Flight Rebooking” that demonstrates … Continue reading

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