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Forrester’s Report “Digital Decisioning Platforms”

Forrester just published a new report “Introducing AI-Powered, Human-Controlled Digital Decisioning Platforms“: Digital decisioning platforms (DDPs) allow application development and delivery (AD&D) pros to combine the best of human decision logic with the best of AI to implement application-embedded automated … Continue reading

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The AI Evolution and the Challenge of Decision Automation

In his latest post Prof. Warren Powell contrasts “using AI to automate decisions to Tesla’s aggressive use of robotics to automate their assembly lines. It is important to understand the most common use of AI today (machine learning) with the … Continue reading

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ML & FSM help amputees walk more naturally

Researchers from the University of Utah designed a robotic leg that learns from the user’s motion how to help amputees walk more naturally.  It uses machine learning to generate a human-like stride. It also helps wearers step over obstacles in … Continue reading

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Regressing Testing Decisions

Today Carole-Ann Berlioz (Sparkling Logic) led the first post-DecisionCAMP-2020 Zoom Session presenting “Best Practices for Regressing Testing Decisions”. Watch her presentation and Q&A at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8sDhKzU0_Y

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Decision analytics: What is AI?

Prof. Warren B Powell from Princeton University: “The most common types of AI come in three flavors: rules, machine learning, and making decisions (“optimization”). Rules are used for guiding computers to identify patterns or make recommendations, and have to be … Continue reading

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Giving GPT-3 a Turing Test

GPT-3 is a general language model, trained on a large amount of uncategorized text from the internet. It isn’t specific to a conversational format, and it isn’t trained to answer any specific type of question. The only thing it does … Continue reading

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Implementing Rating Engines

Carole-Ann Berlioz from Sparkling Logic posted practical product-agnostic recommendations for  implementation of various decision engines aimed at calculating a fee or cost: rating engine, pricing engine, compensation calculation, fee calculation, claims calculation, etc. Link

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Teach Your Microservices to Dance

Jonathan Schabowsky from Solace.com focuses on the choreography of stateless event-driven microservices: “Orchestration entails actively controlling all elements and interactions like a conductor directs the musicians of an orchestra, while Choreography entails establishing a pattern or routine that microservices follow … Continue reading

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Blockchainizing Existing Databases

In his latest post Bozho wrote: “Blockchain has been a buzzword for the past several years and it hasn’t lived to its promises (yet). Blockchain is largely a shared database. Sharing data with other participants in a given business process … Continue reading

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“Why” of the BPMN+CMMN+DMN Triple Crown

Sandy Kemsley: “…agility often depends on the design decisions such as the split between process and decision logic – what do you model in as a decision, and what do you model as a process. Unsurprisingly, many DM practitioners don’t … Continue reading

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