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Seminar Details: Decisionmaking with human-AI teaming

Decisionmaking with human-AI teaming

Examination of the interplay between human and AI information processing, cognitive processes, and decisionmaking in how they operate.

This seminar examines the interplay between human and AI information processing, cognizer processes, and decisionmaking in how they operate. Application of research insights are offered for Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2).

Introduction to thinking and decisionmaking

This set of event topics introduces the concept of thinking involving deductive reasoning, how problems are represented, the activity of problem solving (to include creative problem solving), inductive reasoning, and decisionmaking.

Fast, Accurate,Trusted Human and Smart Machine Interoperability

This event introduces how the ability of Air and Space power to control the depth, breadth, and height of battle spaces is increasingly dependent on fast, accurate, and trusted interoperability between human and smart machines. 

Insights from Bayes's Theorem for human-AI teaming

Compares and contrasts machine and human reasoning.

Andrew Stricker

Dr. Andrew Stricker is an education innovation analyst with Air University’s LeMay Center for Doctrine Development and Education. In this position he conducts research in future concepts and advances in cognitive sciences and artificial intelligence for innovative applications in professional military education. His research addresses augmented cognition and developmental growth in reflective mindsets and contemplative practices. Andrew also engages in collaborative design of assistive immersive 3D virtual and augmented reality simulations for helping to improve complex problem-solving among teams. Prior to coming to Air University Andrew was Associate Provost for Innovation Through Technology at Vanderbilt University. He also held a faculty appointment as associate professor with the Vanderbilt University Medical School and taught courses in biomedical informatics. As an associate provost for the university, he was responsible for working with academic, technology and administrative leaders to prioritize, plan, and enable innovations for improving learning, teaching and research. Andrew also spent four years at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, creating and then serving as Director of the Cognition and Instructional Technologies Laboratory, and Director of the Knowledge Engineering Complex with the Texas Engineering Extension Service. He retired from the United States Air Force with 28 years of professional experience as an Air Force officer and scientist specializing in systems integration, human-factors engineering and cognitive sciences. His graduate work was conducted at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas and Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. He is a member of the American Psychological Association. In 2020 he was elected to the Board of Directors of the International Board of Standards in Performance, Training and Instruction (IBSTPI).
Starts 29/May/2020
Length 2 weeks
Effort 2 hours
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