Smart Automation Can Be Fast Enough

August 12th, 2020

For complex problems that require quick decisions, some people believe that Smart Automation is not fast enough. They think that because models sometimes take a bit of time to be trained and produce inferences they won't be able to produce sub-second recommendations. That is not correct, and this post we go through a design that can provide very fast decisions in real-time, with the option to receive even better decisions if the system can wait for a bit longer. In one of our courses we show how to actually build this system.


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I help companies through digital transformations by designing and developing systems that improve human decision making with data, cloud, software, and mathematics (Machine Learning, Operations Research, Statistics). I also enjoy coaching teams and publishing content on Smart Automation.


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