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12 Jul Anatomy of Insight: Prediction and Qualitative BI

Anatomy of Insight

Joe Roushar – July 2018 Not just any body Body is a versatile word as it has broad application. In the context of astronomy, we describe celestial bodies. In topographical mapping, there are bodies of water. But in my interactions, I most often encounter “body” in the context of human physiology. The word, “body” implies […]

11 Jul [Mitrović 1998]

21 May What it Means to Be, and Why AI Needs to Know

Semantic Primitives

Joe Roushar – May 2018 I relate, therefor I am Interaction between humans is intricate, intimate and beautiful. Good conversations are like dances and can leave one feeling fulfilled and whole. I have long wanted to build a system that can verbally dance with you. Even longer, one to rapidly translate what you say with […]

10 Apr More Agile Than “Agile”

Chess Ivory Tower

Joe Roushar – April 2018 Promises – Promises Agile Information Technology (IT) promises to deliver automated capabilities to users more quickly, and, to a great extent, has achieved this. But to many, IT stands for Ivory Tower, and, other than the privileged few, most people in businesses are on their own unless their needs are […]

21 Jun [McChrystal 2015]

30 Nov Architecting Meaningful Relationships

meaningful-relationships

Joe Roushar – November 2016 Getting the Knowledge Out How do you know — anything? Chemicals and electrical impulses splash around in the brain, and voila: we understand the meaning of life, the universe and everything. We have looked at how synapses connect neurons, and how taxonomical and other associations connect concepts, but is it […]

06 Aug Data Convergence at Velocity

Volume Velocity and Variety

Joe Roushar – August 2015 Knowledge workers in all types of organizations need information in internal (to the organization) databases, intranet sites and documents, as well as information in external databases, web pages and documents. The promise of data convergence includes the lofty goal of providing, from a single request, structured and unstructured information from both internal […]

11 May Thinking in Parallel

Parallel Lines

A Parallel Expert I once rode the Trans-Siberian Railway from Moscow to Ulan-Batar, Mongolia (not the picture at right – the engines were diesel). Several times along the journey we passed slower trains, and we were passed by faster ones. When people and freight are confined to a single lane, the speed of the slowest defines the speed of […]