Last modified: 2014.04.24 * 10:25
Experiences with development and maintaining of online analytic services
Leading article: 2014. April (MIAU No. 188.)
(Previous article: MIAU No. 187.)
Keywords: data-driven policy making, operationalism in the hermeneutics, robotized thinking, automation of heuristics,
multi-layered consistency, knowledge management, suspicion generating, simulation, virtual measuring
The principles of the data-driven policy making (or similarity analysis) are able to cover a lot of layers in the human thinking processes:
e.g. suspicion generating, simulation, heuristics, explorative modelling, forecasting.
This is possible on the base of human intuitions being transferred into source codes and being controlled through complex multi-layered consistency (self)-checking.
The virtual measuring delivers special pictures needing hermeneutical support, which could be operationalized.
Therefore more and more knowledge management phases can be automated and optimized.
With other words: the classic human thinking can be robotized in a sophisticated way nowadays too...
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