Machine Learning lost niet alles op
Tom Fiddaman van Ventana Systems over hoe data en System Dynamics elkaar kunnen versterken. Machine Learning lost niet alles op en juist in combinatie met System Dynamics kunnen we complexe vraagstukken aan:
“The more your aspirations cross organizational silos, the more you need the engineering mindset, because you’ll have data gaps at the boundaries – variations in source, frequency, aggregation and interpretation. You can backfill those gaps with structural knowledge, so that the model-data combination yields good indirect measurements of system state. A machine learning algorithm doesn’t know about dimensional consistency, conservation of people, or accounting identities unless the data reveals such structure, but you probably do. On the other hand, when your problem is local, data is plentiful and your prior knowledge is weak, an algorithm can explore more possibilities than you can dream up in a given amount of time.”
Tom, schot in de roos!
Copernicos past dit toe binnen het veld van asset management met Asset Dynamics.
Futurologist and Copernicos
In a presentation by futurologist Richard van Hooijdonck I heard a number of things that correspond with the Copernicos vision. Van Hooijdonck outlines a development that is currently underway: the world is in a process of connecting in which parts react, interact and influence each other.