February 2018, Volume 45, No. 1

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The following table of contents lists articles in the February 2018 edition of OR/MS Today. You may follow any of the linked titles to read those items in their entirety. For quick navigation you may jump directly to any of the following sections:

Features:

When good A.I. goes bad

By Joseph Byrum
Analytics ethics: Artificial intelligence will make mistakes, but validation is the key to avoiding algorithmic disaster.
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Future directions at NSF

By Sheldon H. Jacobson, Jerome F. Hajjar, Andrew Johnson,
Erick Moreno-Centeno and Siqian Shen
Intellectual merit, broader impact require attention if NSF is to continue to contribute to U.S. economic and social well-being.
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O.R. and music generation

By Dorien Herremans and Elaine Chew
The role of operations research in state-of-the-art automatic composition systems: challenges and opportunities.
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Measuring medical policy changes

By Sumana Reddy and Harrison Schramm
An O.R. application to the diagnosis and treatment of depression: insights for small- to mid-sized medical practices.
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Self-service analytics

By Paul Brunet  
As SSA gains momentum, the need for data governance increases in order to drive true business value.
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Vehicle routing

By Peter Horner
Side-by-side comparison of packages: Vehicle routing software developers are always moving forward … or they’re run over.
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2018 Vehicle Routing Software Survey

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