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Automated decision making

Broadly speaking, automated decision making is the set of technologies that automate the hundreds, thousands, and sometimes millions of operational decisions that many organizations make every day. The most representative examples of such organizations are financial, insurance, and healthcare sectors. All these organizations make daily decisions with several combinations of…

Bauhaus art school building in Dessau, Germany. The Bauhaus principles of simplicity, functionality, and innovation underpin the minimalist design behind the iconic Apple aesthetic.

The modern economy is replete with stories of organizations that vanished (Kodak), others that survived (Fujifilm), and others that thrived (Apple). When you read the full adventures, you find that the main character was innovations ―plural because there is not just one but different kinds of innovations. …

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“Anybody who comes to you and says he has a perfect language is either naive or a salesman.”

— Bjarne Stroustrup, the creator of the C++ programming language

There is no such thing as an AI stand-alone application. It is often built with purpose of being integrated into a production…

“What makes a problem a problem is not that a large amount of search is required for its solution, but that a large amount would be required if a requisite level of intelligence were not applied.”

–Allen Newell, one of the father of AI in the 50’s

“What is AI?”…

Move data to the center and surveys to the edge!

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Amazon is an amazing company and deserves attention if not admiration on how it creates, shapes, and manages markets -A reason why I consider the annual letter of its founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos, a must read for everyone, be…

Hassan Lâasri

Data strategy consultant, now leading marketing for Sparkling Logic, Inc.

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