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Three Levels of Knowledge

This article by Gadi Singer introduces “Three Levels of Knowledge — 3LK — namely instantaneous, standby, and retrieved external knowledge, due to factors of scale, cost, diversity of tasks, and continuous adaptation. Thrill-K will be introduced as the AI systems architecture blueprint that implements … Continue reading

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Gartner’s Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2021

We highlighted Decision Intelligence. Compare with the 2018 trends. Link

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First time ever: Decision table is part of the law!

Prof. Jan Vanthienen just reported that for the first time ever a decision table became a part of the government law in Belgium/Flanders. Link

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Challenge Aug-2021: Titanic Booking Service

Our Aug-2021 Challenge follows the popular Kaddle Titanic competition that uses Machine Learning to predicts which passengers survived the Titanic shipwreck. In our challenge we want you to use the Kuddle training and test data to create and test a special decision … Continue reading

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Testing your Decisions

Decision logic is not software code. As a result, you can’t be satisfied with testing tools and techniques that software developers use. Testing decision requires a different approach, different techniques, and different tools. Granted, ensuring that your decision service can … Continue reading

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Essentials of Microservices

Modern enterprises quickly evolved from monolithic to microservices architectures and expect rules-based decision services to be easily incorporated to cloud-based platforms. This paper could be helpful for organization considering to develop lightweight, easy to implement and reuse microservices, and getting … Continue reading

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The Picasso Way for Procurement

Picasso mastered the art of abstracting away complexity. The design community has applied these lessons very effectively with companies such as Apple mastering the ‘Picasso Way’. In this piece, Alan Holland argues that business process automation can apply these principles … Continue reading

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DecisionCAMP-2021 Submission Deadline is July 1

You still may submit an abstract of your presentation at DecisionCAMP-2021 by July 1:

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Definition of Done

Modern Analyst published “Definition of Done – best practice to succeed in software projects“: How do we know when a user story is “done“? Can we say that the user story is done when it is coded and all acceptance … Continue reading

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A Developer Running For Parliament

Bozhidar Bozhanov, a well-known software professional, decided to run for Bulgarian parliament. He wrote: “Lawmaking is quite like programming (except it doesn’t regulate computer behavior, it regulates public life, which is far more complex and important). I already have a decent … Continue reading

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