Category Archives: Semantic Web

Does Real-World Decision Management Need Inference?

A set of recent articles by Paul Haley again brings attention to this important question. Paul insists that “It’s time to trade rule technology dating back to the 80’s for state of the art AI” and points that “BRMS are incapable … Continue reading

Posted in Artificial Intelligence, BPM, Decision Modeling, Events, Rule Engines and BRMS, Semantic Web | 2 Comments

It’s time to trade rule technology for state of the art AI?

Five years ago Paul Haley expressed his frustrations with production rule technology (to which he was one of the major contributors) because of its inability to perform deduction. He wrote that rule vendors should stop “dressing up a procedural  language!” … Continue reading

Posted in Rule Engines and BRMS, Business Analytics, Trends, Artificial Intelligence, Semantic Web | 1 Comment

Decision Management and Semantic Reasoning

“This September DecisionCAMP and RuleML+RR will be co-located again for the third time during the Logic for AI 2018 summit in Luxembourg. These two events represent two different but closely related fields of the knowledge representation movement: Business Rules & Decisions … Continue reading

Posted in Decision Modeling, Semantic Web | Leave a comment