By Pascal Bornet, contributing writer for Forbes.com
Effective decision-making is more important than ever before. Sixty-five percent of executives have to make more complex decisions today than they did two years ago, according to research from Gartner Inc., and 50% of them experience higher pressure to justify the decisions they make.
By Richard Van Noorden, contributing writers for Nature.com
Do more-highly cited journals have higher-quality peer review? Reviews are generally confidential, and the definition of ‘quality’ is elusive, so this is a difficult question to answer. But researchers who used machine learning to study 10,000 peer-review reports in biomedical journals have tried. They invented proxy measures for quality, which they term thoroughness and helpfulness.
By Eric Avidon, contributing writer for Techtarget.com
BI is the use of data to inform decisions. Decision intelligence, meanwhile, is the use of augmented analytics and machine learning to automatically surface insights that lead to decisions and action.
By Marc Berman, contributing writer for Programminginsider.com
The importance of artificial intelligence in the world is high. AI already influences several aspects of our lives. When you ask Siri a question, you’re using artificial intelligence. When Amazon recommends a product that you eventually buy, you’ve been influenced by AI. When you use Google Lens to make an image search, you’ve put AI to use.
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