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Product Delivery Reinforcement Learning


Product Delivery Reinforcement Learning

Accenture partnered with San Francisco based AI company Pathmind to investigate the potential of new reinforcement learning (RL) opportunities in simulation.

The results obtained were extremely good. The method produced a waiting time more than 4x shorter than the Nearest Agent heuristic.

In this blog post, Agustin Albinati summarizes the model, introduces the three key considerations when defining the neural net, and presents the results of his team's investigations. Linked at the end of the blog post is a step by step how-to with Pathmind. Read on!

New anyLogistix Studio Edition


New anyLogistix Studio Edition

In a major new release, anyLogistix sets a new standard for supply chain software with anyLogistix Studio. In addition to the many updates and new features, anyLogistix Studio introduces streamlined extension development. Now, with a fully integrated AnyLogic modeling environment, supply chain professionals have access to a complete, customizable, and extensible supply chain development and analysis tool.

Here is a summary of the update.

Free Online MIT Course for Supply Chain Management with AnyLogic


Free Online MIT Course for Supply Chain Management with AnyLogic

The MITx MicroMasters in Supply Chain Management is part of MIT’s #1 ranked Supply Chain Management Program. The online course gives learners the opportunity to apply to institutions around the world and pursue a full Master’s degree.

Students learn end to end supply chain management with hands-on experience and case studies drawn from real supply chains. The supply chain analysis and optimization element harnesses the power of AnyLogic. Read on for more about this course and the exciting career opportunities...