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Roger Martin at Thinkers50 Forum

As the keynote speaker of the Thinkers50 European Business Forum 2018 and #1 ranked Thinkers50 business guru, Roger Martin shares his latest ideas about how we can make better choices in today’s business world. “We operate on the basis of … Continue reading

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Challenge Jan-2019 “Identify Unfriendly Robots”

Our Jan-2019 Challenge asks you to help a cyber police to specify rules that identify if a robot is friendly or unfriendly. The rules can be expressed in terms of any features you can see in robots, such as the shape … Continue reading

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Notes from DecisionCAMP-2018

This year DecisionCAMP was held in Luxembourg Sep 17-19 as a part of the Logic for AI Summit. It became an important event that attracted experts and practitioners in the business decision management from 14 countries. We had 54 official … Continue reading

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Combining DMN and Blockchain

I consider combining DMN and blockchain as a very promising approach for a while. Early this year Edson Tirelli described how DMN decision services can be invoked from smart contracts. And today I read the first paper that addresses the execution of … Continue reading

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DecisionCAMP Registration is Open

If you plan to attend DecisionCAMP-2018 you should register now – see the Registration page. The registration fee is EUR 150 and it includes lunches and coffee breaks on September 17, 18, and 19. We highly recommend you to attend … Continue reading

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DMN for Clinical Decision Support

Can DMN be used for creating shareable knowledge artifacts for Clinical Decision Support (CDS)? This paper considers different options. “If so, then we can take advantage of many of the DMN tools to author knowledge artifacts and implement CDS services … Continue reading

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Blockchain: a story of potential, and patience

Today Forrester sent out this email: “Blockchain’s potential is huge, but let’s face it: the technology simply isn’t ready for your business. In 2018, blockchain projects will fall into one of three categories: 1) Pure R&D; 2) Immediate (but small-scale) business benefit ; … Continue reading

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