Category Archives: Business Analytics

Getting Real About AI in Insurance

Sapiens gathered five of its leading subject matter experts for a quick Q&A to get real about artificial intelligence (AI) in the insurance industry. A quote: “Question. How insurers can prepare for a more “intelligent” future? Answer: The best way for … Continue reading

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Measuring Customer Loyalty Index and Using It to Make Smarter Sell/Buy Decisions

I thought DMCommunity readers will be interested to listen this informal presentation given by a real-world Data Scientist without pseudo-scientific references. One of my long-time colleagues, Igor Elbert today is VP of Data Science at Tapad. Previously he applied predictive and … Continue reading

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Nuts and Bolts of Deep Learning

Deep Learning has been the core topic in the Machine Learning community the last couple of years. You may read “The major advancements in Deep Learning in 2016” to go through the advancements contributed the most (or have the potential) … Continue reading

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Predictions always contain errors!

We are all well aware of the predictive analytical capabilities, however, it remains important to stress that the outcome of a prediction model will always contain an error. Decision makers need to know how big that error is.  “Now that … Continue reading

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What does Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace have to do with Decision Analytics?

“While Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace is a critically acclaimed story of life, love, and loss, for even the most avid bookworms the thought of reading this lengthy tome from start to finish is more of a millstone than a milestone. Indeed, … Continue reading

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Business Processes Are Learning to Hack Themselves

Automated process change comes in three main flavors: self-adapting, self-repairing, or a combination of the two. Some organizations are already deploying elements of process change automation using machine learning, while others are developing technologies that lay the foundation for it. … Continue reading

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Explanations for Human-Aware Artificial Intelligence

Prof. Eugene Freuder will present position papers “Explanations for Human-Aware Constraint Programming (CP)” and “CP and AI” at CP 2016 on Sep 5-9 at Toulouse, France. “A key aspect of human-awareness is the ability of our machines to explain their behavior and … Continue reading

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