Are our Rule Engines Smart Enough?

On Sep 27, 2022 we had several discussions related to this question during the ongoing DecisionCAMP. Are we happy with where we are or should we raise the bar trying to come closer to our long-standing “big” objective when a subject matter expert defines a business problem and our smart engine comes up with a decision? In my presentation I presented a good enough solution of a real-world problem which still forced a business user to define nested loops to specify how to find a decision. I asked if it was really necessary? Then we discussed a more general question during our expert panel: watch this discussion and provide your comments.

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1 Response to Are our Rule Engines Smart Enough?

  1. jacobfeldman says:

    In this post I provide specific examples of declarative and procedural decision models and offer possible directions for creation of smarter decision engines: https://openrules.wordpress.com/2022/10/05/decision-modeling-declarative-vs-procedural/

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