Jeff Jonas blogs on being amazed (and surprised) by what people think is computable given their actual observation space.
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Jeff Jonas blogs about how data is info and info is data. Because of this, Jeff asserts that info and data can be stored in the same spot.
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Jeff Jonas blogs about sequence neutrality. Sequence neutral computation is what humans do to reclassify data/assumptions after receiving context. Wouldn’t it be great if systems could do the same thing? Most can’t. Senzing can.
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Jeff Jonas blogs about how over-cleaning data can make systems less intelligent. Bad data means natural variability in data. Bad data combined with entity resolution makes systems smarter.
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Jeff Jonas blogs about why establishing principle- versus rule-based entity resolution eliminates need for experts and training of datasets.
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Jeff Jonas blogs about his history with PbD on the 70th Anniversary of Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Jeff discusses the PbD paper he co-authored with Ann Cavoukian and how these features are built into Senzing core technology.
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