Monthly Archives: June 2022

Stop Calling Everything AI

Michael I. Jordan, one of the world’s leading authorities on machine learning: “For the foreseeable future, computers will not be able to match humans in their ability to reason abstractly about real-world situations. We will need well-thought-out interactions of humans … Continue reading

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Coding without understanding the basic constructs

Here is the original article: “Google” programmers. How one idiot hired a couple more idiots

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From “Decision Support” to “Reengineering Decision Making”

In Nov-2020, Gartner published a report ‘The Future of Data and Analytics: Reengineering the Decision, 2025’. It stated, “Decision making is becoming more connected, more contextual and more continuous. The current state of decision making is unsustainable. We define reengineering … Continue reading

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BBC-2022 Live on June 26-30

Building Business Capability conference (BBC-2022) will take place in person on June 26-30, 2022 in Hollywood, FL. As a member of the DMCommunity you may get 15% discount using the registration code DMCOMMUNITYBBC. Here is a selected list of Rules and … Continue reading

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Digital Decisioning => Decision Intelligence

The term “Decision Intelligence” was popularized in 2019 book “How Decision Intelligence Connects Data, Actions, and Outcomes for a Better World“. Google launched a decision intelligence department. Gartner listed “Decision Intelligence” among the Top Strategic Technology Trends for 2022. Forbes … Continue reading

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2022 is the Year of Prolog

In the summer of 1972, Alain Colmerauer and his team in Marseille developed and implemented the first version of the logic programming language Prolog. Together with Robert Kowalski and his colleagues in Edinburgh, this work laid the practical and theoretical … Continue reading

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Sometimes it’s Healthy to Break the Rules

There are words of CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta. “Not following rules and letting go might actually make you feel better. Just ask musicians who improvise and make up music on the fly. Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks about his study on … Continue reading

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Researchers Achieve ‘Absurdly Fast’ Algorithm for Network Flow

A team of computer scientists has come up with a dramatically faster algorithm for one of the oldest problems in computer science: Maximum Flow. The problem asks how much material can flow through a network from a source to a destination if … Continue reading

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Artificial Brains: INDUSTRY 4.0 Decision Support Systems

“This document presents a framework for the development of a new type of artificial intelligence more oriented to the decision making, aimed at providing organizations with artificial brains that fulfill functions like those performed in an integrated manner in the … Continue reading

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