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Mini-DecisionCAMP at BBC-2019

Building Business Capability 2019  is the largest annual BR&DM event oriented to business analysts. It will start next week in the Diplomat Beach Resort Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, November 11-15. As a member of DMCommunity you may receive 15% discount … Continue reading

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Why archaic and cumbersome RFP no longer makes sense

Forrester’s Elaine Hutton just published an article “RIP, RFP — This Is Not Your 1990s Vendor Selection Process” that explains why the RFP (request for proposal) does not satisfy modern digital business needs of innovation and agility and is close … Continue reading

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Sketch-Based Image Synthesis

Recently, there has been an increase in popularity of artwork generated by computers. The goal of sketch-based image synthesis is to generate some image given the constraint of a sketched object. This allows non-artist users to turn simple black and … Continue reading

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Continuous Delivery for Machine Learning

ThoughtWorks put out an article about Continuous Delivery for Machine Learning: “Machine Learning applications are becoming popular in our industry, however the process for developing, deploying, and continuously improving them is more complex compared to more traditional software, such as … Continue reading

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DMN Can Execute Machine Learning Models

Bruce Silver: “The ability to execute machine learning models is a standard feature of DMN.  From the start, the DMN spec said that in addition to the normal value expressions modeled in FEEL, decisions can execute machine learning models packaged … Continue reading

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Six AI Fears on Halloween

It’s Halloween, and if you want to know how scared you should or shouldn’t be about the future of AI, you can read Andrew Ng’s take on 6 AI fears in the Halloween special edition of The Batch! Each fear … Continue reading

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Impact of AI on Intellectual Property Law and Policy

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) is gathering information about the impact of artificial intelligence (“AI”) technologies on the copyright, trademark, and other intellectual property rights. It asks 13 questions like this one: “Should a work produced by … Continue reading

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