Monday, June 26, 2017

RuleML+RR with DecisionCamp - July 12-14 201, London

RuleMLWeb Rules and Reasoning as well as DecisionCamp are all coming together (as well as being collocated with BICOD) this year in London.
RuleML+RR home, schedule, registration
DecisionCamp home, schedule, registration

Explore that latest AI happenings at RuleML+RR and keep up to date with the latest Decision Model and Notation (DMN) at Decision Camp.

When: July 12-14 2017
Where: Birkbeck, University of London, London, UK
Malet St, London WC1E 7HX, UK

A number of Red Hat Engineers will be there and presenting:
Mark Proctor - Drools co-founder, BRMS and BPMS Platform Architect:
Edson Tirelli - Drools project lead: DMN Technology Compatibility Kit (TCK), Demystifying the Decision Model and Notation Specification
Geoffrey De Smet - OptaPlanner founder, project lead: Real-time Constraint Solving with OptaPlanner

DecisionCamp:
"DecisionCAMP-2017 will include presentations from leading decision management authorities, vendors, and practitioners. The event will explore the current state in Decision Management, the real-world use of the DMN standard, and solutions to various business problems using Decision Management  tools and capabilities. The event will include a special Open Discussion “What you Like and What you Do Not Like about DMN” and a QnA Panel “Real-world Business Decision Management: Vendor and Practitioner Perspectives”.

RuleML+RR:
"2017 is the leading international joint conference in the field of rule-based reasoning, and focuses on theoretical advances, novel technologies, as well as innovative applications concerning knowledge representation and reasoning with rules."

Keynotes and Speeches:
Bob Kowalski (Imperial College London): Logic and AI – The Last 50 Years
Stephen Muggleton (Imperial College London): Meta-Interpretive Learning: Achievements and Challenges
Jordi Cabot (IN3-UOC, Barcelona): The Secret Life of Rules in Software Engineering (sponsored by EurAI)
Jean-Francois Puget (IBM): Machine Learning and Decision Optimization
Elena Baralis (Politecnico di Torino): Opening the Black Box: Deriving Rules from Data



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