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AI/BI/CI/DI: Decision intelligence (DI) solves the world's most complex problems by connecting actions to outcomes.  It connects collaborating human decision makers to knowledge and also to technologies like machine learning, AI, deep learning, visual decision modeling, complex systems modeling, big data, predictive analytics, UX design, statistical analysis, business intelligence, business process management, causal reasoning, evidence-based analysis, and more. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decision_Intelligence. For an overview, see the webinar at http://youtu.be/XRTJt3bVCaE, http://www.lorienpratt.com, and the Decision Intelligence group: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=205078.   Also, my company offers DI and machine learning consulting services.  See http://bit.ly/1X8O2zF to learn more.  Don't miss the latest DI news! Sign up at subscribe.decisionintelligencenews.com.
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April 10, 2019 6:21 PM
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Artificial → Decision Intelligence – Data Science Student Society @ UC San Diego –

"AI, BI, CI. Artificial Intelligence, Business Intelligence, Collaborative/Collective Intelligence. What’s next? As an AI/DI intern at Quantellia this past summer, I have learned that Decision Intelligence (DI) spans all of the above, and seeks to crystallize a new field of responsible use of AI systems.

 

"But what is Decision Intelligence?

 

"Throughout my experiences contributing to different projects and interviewing Lorien Pratt, Quantellia’s Co-founder and Chief Scientist, I have come to understand that DI, put simply, helps people make better decisions, by bridging AI and ML with process methodology, visual mapping, and design thinking."

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May 31, 2014 2:41 PM
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Teaching Computers to Think Like Decision Makers: Mark Zangari

Now that computers can do a good job with processing and storing data, what's next?
Lorien Pratt's insight:

If you watch one video this year on decision intelligence, this should be it: 


Now that computers can do a good job with processing and storing data, what's next? Today, we create beautiful data visualizations so that we can understand the data, to think through systems and make decisions. Tomorrow, that systems thinking and decision making will benefit from computer support, as well.


A breakthrough talk, by Quantellia CEO Mark Zangari at the University of San Francisco.

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February 15, 2019 2:39 PM
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The Salt in the Broth, Warm Data and Systems Change

The Salt in the Broth, Warm Data and Systems Change | Decision Intelligence News | Scoop.it

"I learned recently of a project by SEED to “End poverty one person at a time”—and thought, oh my… why did they ever think that poverty could be anything less than communal, cross-cultural, international, trans-contextual? Millions went into that project, and it was a disaster, of course.

 

"None of what we are faced with can be tackled in isolation. I am learning from the work I have been doing with Warm Data about the nature of interdependency. I have found that culture, society, economy industry are inextricably saturated into one another. Working with parts and wholes is not so useful in this case. Zooming in and zooming out is insufficient, we have to do both at once. I think of the systemic combining as a kind of broth, instead of linked pieces. The difference is akin to the contrast between that which is interconnected, and that which is interdependent. Interconnected things can be taken apart and fiddled with, fixed and replaced. Interdependency requires another sort of approach. You cannot take the salt out of the broth, or the grapes out of the wine."

Lorien Pratt's insight:

Despite her protestations to the contrary, Nora Bateson quite poetically discusses the pressing need to understand interdependency when addressing the most difficult and complex problems faced by humanity. She quotes a proverb from Haida Gawaii, "Everything depends on everything else," which is reminiscent of what Carl Sagan had to say about our world and its systems, "If you want to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first create the universe." In a very real sense, we are all one.

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