Monthly Archives: May 2022

User-Facing Analytics

There is an increasing need to unleash analytical capabilities directly to the end users to democratize decision making. This “User-Facing Analytics” is a new frontier that will shape the products of tomorrow and push the limits of existing technology. It … Continue reading

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Intelligent Business Automation (IBA)

The hype surrounding intelligent business automation is at all-time high. “Intelligent business process automation is the next evolution of BPM. BPM is a way to automate processes, which allows people and companies to be more efficient and effective when getting … Continue reading

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New book by Peter Norvig

Peter Norvig and co-authors have completed a textbook, “Data Science in Context: Foundations, Challenges, Opportunities.” A complete draft is freely available at

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Google I/O 2022: 12 Minutes Summary

On May 11 Google held its annual IO event with lots of product announcements. Most of them were around applied AI that would have been pure science fiction not long ago. Link

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Keynotes at DecisionCAMP and Declarative AI

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Passwordless Sign-Ins

Apple, Google and Microsoft have agreed to support and expand a FIDO/W3C project to let you sign in without passwords, using a key saved on your device. The new capability will allow websites and apps to offer consistent, secure, and … Continue reading

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Challenge May-2022 “Medical Claim Processing”

Claim processing is one of the most popular area where rule engines demonstrate their power. In this challenge we ask you to build a decision service that deals with for a typical claim validation issue related to the International Statistical Classification of … Continue reading

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Bring AI into the Hands of Business Users

That’s exactly what vendors of Digital Decisioning Tools and DM practitioners are successfully doing for the last 20 years. However, having roots in the notorious expert systems, they are careful not to overuse the words “Artificial Intelligence”. They prefer to … Continue reading

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