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Pyramid Analytics receives $120m in VC funding for 'decision intelligence'


'decision intelligence' - Really?

I dare say they know what they are doing - I can't judge them - but I have a nasty suspicion that 'decision intelligence' will end up being 'decision stupidity' unless there is plenty of oversight. Applying AI to Analytics (Or the other way round, it's commutative, I guess) is only going to lower the quality of decisions, not enhance it.

There's enough 'Computer says no' about already without dumbing ourselves down any more...also, if it's a dodgey decision, who's liable? The first-party user of the decision, the second-party generator of the decision, or ultimately programmer/modeller to write/trained things in the first place (Good luck proving the latter!)?

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