Make better decisions, be a better you

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According to Sci NC we each typically make 35,000 decisions every day, and we don’t always choose well. <

Our choice-making strategy is complex, working in factors including impulse, pleasing others, delegation, prioritisation and, of course, reasoning. And there are pressures which may lead to compromised judgements.

  • Time
  • Decision fatigue
  • Distraction
  • Logical complexity
  • Lack of input
  • Multitasking
  • Emotion or state of mind
  • Availability of experts

Automated decision making can take on some of the burden of decision-making, with great aplomb for tasks which are highly repetitive, such as checking thousands of transactions for money laundering; for decisions which require significant analysis, like creating models for bespoke pricing; and for operations where the consequences of being as right as possible can be significant, including demand forecasting.

There are many areas where automated decision making may contribute to your organisation being the best it can be

Automated machine learning is a trusted means to expand your data science programme, work through your backlog and give you greater confidence in the project success and modelling accuracy. Speak to Robotica Machine Learning to set up a proof of concept.
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