Category Archives: Artificial Intelligence

There is “Deep Misinformation” in AI

Deep Learning (DL), the only field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) that went viral. However, “DL is not synonym of AI! The most advertised AI tools by Google, Facebook etc are mainly or only DL, so the wide public thinks that all … Continue reading

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How to Succeed with AI: James Taylor’s advice

James Taylor just published a new post about AI: “AI is a decision-making technology. As such it is a powerful complement to Decision Management – something to be considered alongside business rules and analytics, and integrated into a coherent decision model. ” To … Continue reading

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About DecisionCAMP-2018

The DecisionCAMP-2017 became a major technical decision management event of 2017. Next year DecisionCAMP will be held in Luxembourg in the mid of Sep-2018. We will join the Logic for AI Summit that will bring together several international conferences and workshops … Continue reading

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Five Categories of AI APIs Available Today

Building AI applications is hard work, but cloud vendors are making it easy by exposing simple-to-call, pay-as-you-use APIs. This Forrester’s article lists 5 categories of AI APIs available today:

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The bidding war for AI talent

“Well-known names in the A.I. field have received compensation in salary and shares in a company’s stock that total single- or double-digit millions over a four- or five-year period. And at some point they renew or negotiate a new contract, … Continue reading

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Learning from Scratch

This article introduces AlphaGo Zero that skips initial training on thousands of human games and learns to play simply by playing games against itself, starting from completely random play. In doing so, it quickly surpassed human level of play and defeated … Continue reading

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The Seven Deadly Sins of AI Predictions

On Oct. 6 Rodney Brooks published a paper with this title in the MIT Technology Review. He writes: “A lot of AI researchers and pundits imagine that the world is already digital, and that simply introducing new AI systems will immediately trickle … Continue reading

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