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Artificial Intelligence and BPM

There is no such thing as AI. And in the true sense there ever won’t be. Skynet will not take over the world. But yes, Skynet will be used by humans to try and take over the world. Not through AI but machine-learning(ML)-monitoring and its kin big-data-mining. Both technologies are perfect for Big Brother. AI is hype, while ML is real but not intelligent in any way.

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Posted in Adaptive Case Management, Artificial Intelligence, BPM, Machine Learning

Advancing BPM by adding ‘Smart’ or ‘Intelligent’?

I have been proposing a new direction for process management with ACM Adaptive Case Management for a long time. My experience shows that businesses need a combination of goal-oriented case management with embedded process flows, rule functionality, a machine learning

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Role Activity Diagrams or ‘Why flowcharts are wrong’.

Freddie van Rijswijk recently pointed me to Andrea Westerinen’s blog and her article on Role Activity Diagrams for business process. It mirrors my personal perspective on what is wrong with common business flowcharting such as with BPML. BPML is no

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Making sense of: KMWorld – Best Practices in BPM 2008

I just read a January 2008 KMWorld collection of White Papers and here is my take on it. I particularly like Editoral Director Andy Moore’s musings on the BPM market. Moore first asks why business intelligence vendors (BI) are disappearing

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Max J. Pucher
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