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AI Self-Portrait

What does AI look like? You might say it looks like a robot, or flashing LEDs, or a waveform on a screen. But what would AI say AI looks like? To find out, IBM Research asked AI to draw a … Continue reading

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BBC-2018: Nov. 5-9 in San Antonio

The next major Decision Management event BBC-2018 will take place Nov. 5-9 in San Antonio. You can still save 20% off your conference pass by entering the discount code OPENTX1820 at registration. Below is the list of presentations devoted to Decision Management:

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Winners of 2018 Business Rule Excellence Awards

The first annual Business Rules Excellence Awards (BREA) announced the 2018 winners.  Created by leading business rules practitioners and providers, these prestigious awards recognize user organizations worldwide that have demonstrably excelled in implementing innovative solutions. The 2018 Winners (in alphabetical … Continue reading

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Going to college is costing less

After decades of increasing tuition, universities are going the other way — either by flattening costs or bringing them right down.The combination of fewer students applying for college and more grants being out given means that higher education is not as expensive … Continue reading

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Bill Gates on Paul Allen

On Oct. 16 Bill Gates wrote: “When I think about Paul, I remember a passionate man who held his family and friends dear. I also remember a brilliant technologist and philanthropist who wanted to accomplish great things, and did.” Link

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Ten years of CP Optimizer

Paul Shaw presented a summary of ten years of evolution of CP Optimizer, one of the most powerful constraint programming engines:

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The Myth of Data-Driven Natural Language Understanding

Walid Saba published a short presentation on the difference between Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Natural Language Understanding (NLU) and why the data-driven approach, while useful for some NLP tasks, is irrelevant to NLU. Link

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