Category Archives: Artificial Intelligence

Google I/O 2022: 12 Minutes Summary

On May 11 Google held its annual IO event with lots of product announcements. Most of them were around applied AI that would have been pure science fiction not long ago. Link

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Bring AI into the Hands of Business Users

That’s exactly what vendors of Digital Decisioning Tools and DM practitioners are successfully doing for the last 20 years. However, having roots in the notorious expert systems, they are careful not to overuse the words “Artificial Intelligence”. They prefer to … Continue reading

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AI in Decision Domain 

An interesting discussion has started by this LinkedIn post: Typically, we analyze data and models from the operational domain. However, no amount of crunching on this data will reveal opportunities for decision advantage – because there is no information about … Continue reading

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What Humans Lose When We Let AI Decide

“It’s been more than 50 years since HAL, the malevolent computer in the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey, first terrified audiences by turning against the astronauts he was supposed to protect. That cinematic moment captures what many of us still fear … Continue reading

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Augmented BPMS: A Research Manifesto

A group of researchers (many of whom are associated with Declarative AI and indirectly with DecisionCAMP) just published the manifesto “Augmented Business Process Management Systems“: “While traditional BPMSs encode pre-defined flows and rules, an ABPMS augmented by AI is able … Continue reading

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Again about AI understanding

On Dec-2021 Melanie Mitchell published “What Does It Mean for AI to Understand“: “Remember IBM’s Watson, the AI Jeopardy! champion? A 2010 promotion proclaimed, “Watson understands natural language with all its ambiguity and complexity.” However, as we saw when Watson subsequently failed spectacularly in … Continue reading

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Guiding mathematical intuition with AI

It is clear that intuition plays an important role in elite performance in many human pursuits. In this work the authors demonstrate a framework for mathematicians to use machine learning that has led to mathematical insight across two distinct disciplines: … Continue reading

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Machine Learning vs. Knowledge Acquisition

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AI Finally Won an Elite Crossword Tournament

Checkers, backgammon, chess, Go, poker, and other games have witnessed the machines’ invasions, falling one by one to dominant A.I.s. Now crosswords have joined them. “Dr. Fill” algorithm wasn’t perfect; it finished the tournament with three errors. But its blazing speed—most puzzles … Continue reading

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The European approach to trustworthy AI

On April 21 the European Commission proposed new rules and actions aiming to turn Europe into the global hub for trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (AI). The combination of the first-ever legal framework on AI and a new Coordinated Plan with Member States will guarantee the … Continue reading

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