Category Archives: Business Rules

Decision Services Handling Large Payloads

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Businesses Require Better Goal Management

Jim Sinur: “Better goal management requires a new level of transparency and communication capabilities than in the past and follows a consistent goal cycle. While there still will be the issue of variations by legal system and location, the adaptation … 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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Learning Jointly from Rules and Data

Today’s post in Google AI Blog “Controlling Neural Networks with Rule Representations” introduces a novel approach that does not require machine learning models retraining to adapt the rule strength. In real-world domains where incorporating rules is critical – such as physics … Continue reading

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Implementing Rating Engines with Business Rules and Lookup Models

On June 17 at 12 PM EST Carole-Ann Berlioz from Sparkling Logic will run a webinar about rules-based rating engines, e.g. scoring engines, pricing engines, compensation calculations, claims payment calculations, and many other types of calculation engines aimed to calculate … Continue reading

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Everything old is new again

Prof. Gene Freuder writes about Human-Centered AI: “human-centered”, “human-aware“, “human-AI collaboration” are, rightly, very prominent nowadays. But “everything old is new again”: I ran across an interesting twenty-year-old paper from the European Journal of Operational Research on Human centered processes and decision support … Continue reading

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Next DecisionCAMP Monthly Session on Nov. 5

The next DecisionCAMP monthly session “Building lightweight composable process applications using rules + workflow” will be presented by Dipo Majekodunmi, Solution Architect at ProcessMaker Inc., on Nov 5, 2020 at 12:00 PM EST. Join us at Zoom using the invite … Continue reading

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Intuit Tax Knowledge Engine

Intuit just published a technical overview of their new Tax Knowledge Engine, the key innovation to make TurboTax smarter and more personalized for 37M+ consumers. First they listed key limitations for the traditional approach that are common for many rules-based … Continue reading

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Dichotomy between Machine Learning and Business Rules

Prof. Hafedh Mili published an article “On the fallacy of the dichotomy between analytics/machine learning, and business rules“. The main points are: We have been there before Business rules rely on analytics If you need to explain your decisions to someone, you need business rules … Continue reading

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Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Metadata Management Solutions

On Oct 16 Gartner published a new “Magic Quadrant for Metadata Management Solutions“.  Metadata management is an aspect of an organization’s management of its data and information assets. The term “metadata” describes the various facets of an information asset that … Continue reading

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