Human-centred methods of working with AI in intelligence evaluation







This biscuit e-book is for anybody who’s desirous about our present considering on human-centric intelligence evaluation and Synthetic Intelligence ( AI ). Constructing on the definition in Dstl ’s first biscuit e-book, we’ll say that AI consists of theories, instruments, applied sciences and strategies developed to permit laptop methods to carry out duties usually requiring human or organic intelligence 1.

Human-centric This implies fascinated with how methods are or needs to be designed round individuals. It’s about tips on how to make expertise work for individuals, moderately than making individuals work in ways in which put expertise first. Intelligence evaluation A number of individuals argue over what that is. We’re going to say it’s looking for out stuff in regards to the world, with the intention to determine what to do subsequent. So it’s not about being good, however what you recognize (or assume you recognize).

AI is proving to be extremely necessary in intelligence evaluation. Lieutenant Basic “Jack” Shanahan talked about “getting AI off the bench and out of the lab” at considered one of our conferences, AIFest. This implies not simply making expertise and measuring its influence in a lab, in good, clear circumstances, however taking it out into the wild, the place it’s messy and onerous to know what’s occurring – is that this straightforward for operators, analysts, scientists and technologists?


This biscuit e-book presents some issues we’ve come throughout when attempting to take expertise into the wild.

The individuals we spoke to needed to know:

Do we actually want AI ?

? How do I do know whether or not this AI is any good?

is any good? How can I measure whether or not that is any good?

Will we all the time want expensive and disruptive scientific experimentation to point out it really works?

How can we forestall bias – in analysts, datasets and even our personal organisation?

How can we belief one another and our methods?

Intelligence analysts and their prospects additionally fear about whether or not AI is actually serving to with what they name ‘Resolution Benefit’ and ‘State of affairs Consciousness’.

This implies having the precise info in sufficient time to make choices that create a bonus over adversaries. As we’ll see, it may be onerous to work out if any of that is taking place.


Biscuit books are designed for you to have the ability to choose up and dip into with a cup of tea and a biscuit. With this one, we recommend a very massive biscuit that may be damaged in half, which could make the biscuit and the e-book extra digestible.

We current among the concepts we’ve discovered helpful in working with AI , and we’ve tried to elucidate them in a non-technical manner. We hope our tips clarify why some approaches to establishing and evaluating your AI may not all the time work and others would possibly assist.

To be able to do that, we first introduce some ideas that we expect are what you must find out about earlier than studying the rules. Then we present you the rules.

We expect you possibly can dip into this bit with half your (actually massive) biscuit and a cup of tea.

On the finish, there’s a piece that goes into the weeds. In different phrases, it goes into a bit bit extra element about among the ideas, and since it is a small e-book, they’re fairly small weeds (however fairly large ideas).

This part mentions among the theories behind our findings. You’ll be able to go and discover out extra about them should you’re .

It’s additionally helpful in case your bosses ask you why on earth you’re doing among the unusual issues we’ve steered – you’ll be able to level them to the analysis!

At this level, you possibly can eat the second half of your biscuit. And have one other cup of tea.

Intelligence evaluation: needles, haystacks, puzzles and mysteries

The intelligence we’re going to be speaking about (in intelligence evaluation) will not be about being good, however what you recognize.

An curiosity on this type of intelligence is nothing new. All through historical past, having good intelligence has been essential to the success of many endeavours; we have to discover out stuff and give it some thought with the intention to make good choices.

Good intelligence evaluation is a bit like having the ability to learn individuals’s minds and predict the long run. We’re in place if we are able to perceive why issues are taking place (perception) and predict them (or use foresight).

To be able to draw conclusions, analysts have a look at totally different:



data or understanding (generally together with current intelligence)

Think about a detective gathering proof with the intention to determine a probable suspect. A number of the proof gathering is bodily proof (fingerprints or DNA), however the detective additionally seems at patterns of behaviour, for example. The detective then finds hyperlinks between the clues to find whodunnit. In fact, generally detectives get it unsuitable, as a result of they’re human.

Some individuals describe the intelligence evaluation course of as being like a jigsaw puzzle, or searching for a needle in a haystack.

Not all intelligence issues are the identical. For troops preventing, the issue could be: ‘the place is the enemy going to assault me?’ We may reply this query by searching for objects (tanks), and occasions (radio transmissions). Wefind the needles within the haystacks, put collectively the jigsaw items and voila, we’ve got our reply.

As intelligence issues get greater although, the jigsaw puzzle analogy doesn’t work.

Analysts large issues, akin to, ‘what is going to a rustic’s overseas coverage be in ten years time?’ don’t have a definitive reply. They’ll solely make predictions.

Are we searching for a needle? Is it in a haystack?

At this stage the issue is extra of a thriller than a puzzle. There’s no image on the field to have a look at, and no-one is aware of what number of items are within the puzzle or the place the items are. Oh, and so they’re additionally combined up with items from different jigsaws, AND you retain pricking your finger on needles left mendacity round (from the haystacks).

Puzzles are like questions which could be solved with the addition of recent structured info to attain well-defined solutions (that we are able to verify).

Mysteries are extra like issues rooted in human behaviours and different very advanced phenomena; an analyst can not essentially know the reply however would possibly know what occasions or actions to search for and take a look at to determine how they relate 2.

The character of the issue hasn’t modified in 1000’s of years, however its character has.

In earlier years, there have been sure methods of gathering info:


interception of written messages

human spies

Typically there wasn’t sufficient info to essentially perceive what was occurring.

Now we’ve got:



alerts intelligence

open-source intelligence



Simply to call a couple of!

Our drawback is now an excessive amount of info, which is typically expressed as the issue of the 4 V’s.

Quantity There’s a far better quantity of knowledge. Selection Data arrives in a wide range of types. Velocity Data arrives at totally different velocities, a few of it actually quick. Veracity As a result of there’s a great deal of info, of various varieties, continuously bombarding the analyst, it’s very onerous for them to work out the veracity of the person bits of knowledge, or the data as a complete.

And that drawback simply retains getting greater. (In the event you needed to make it the issue of the 8V’s, you possibly can additionally add variability, validity, vagueness and volatility.)

All this information and knowledge needs to be factor, however it will require thousands and thousands of analysts to get by every part obtainable. Even then the human mind simply couldn’t course of that a lot stuff and give you good solutions and predictions.

That’s why intelligence analysts want AI to provide them some assist.

Information, info, data, knowledge

So we’ve acquired numerous information. Or is it info?

UK defence typically use an idea referred to as the Information-Data-Data-Knowledge ( DIKW ) pyramid.

The concept (as proven within the graphic) is that information is the constructing block for ‘making’ info; that info creates data, after which should you do the precise issues to the data you would possibly arrive at knowledge. Some individuals even say that if we transcend into the area above knowledge, we obtain understanding. Every stage have to be enriched with which means and context, or be processed in such a manner that it turns into extra significant.

The DIKW pyramid is a bit deceptive. How precisely does information ascend to the giddy heights of data? Does information ever exist with out a context?

Most human-centred information is produced inside a context, so how way more context does it must turn out to be info?

Some individuals assume processing information promotes it to the following stage. They assume that doing issues to information with algorithms creates our mates that we referred to within the foreword – ‘Resolution Benefit’ and ‘State of affairs Consciousness’.

Perhaps this occurs generally (and when it does, we adore it) however we additionally want to consider:

how exactly information contributes to the data we want for decision-making

how choices are made in actual environments (not simply the lab)

the place the information has come from and why it exists

And it’s positively not all the time easy to say how intelligence suits in to this. Or, how we all know when it’s all working.

AI can also be typically a part of a ‘data-driven’ strategy to analysis. It generally contributes to evidence-based science or expertise. In these approaches the outcomes produced by ‘organising’ or processing information and knowledge via algorithms are assumed to be data or proof bases. Typically that is true, however it typically doesn’t work like that in advanced conditions.

Some analysis critiques these approaches, which could be known as reductionist, instrumentalist or operationalist approaches 3.

Reductionism implies that a complete is not any better than the sum of its elements. Instrumentalism implies that we would not have to fret an excessive amount of in regards to the reality of issues so long as we’ve got one thing that we are able to use. Operationalism on this context says that which means exists solely in issues that may be noticed and measured.

None of those approaches is unsuitable in themselves, however when misused and misunderstood, they’ll trigger issues when utilized in advanced or sophisticated areas.

The next picture exhibits how information is meant to ‘ascend’ by info and data to knowledge and understanding, enabling scenario consciousness and determination benefit.

Human Machine Teaming

Having thought a bit about intelligence evaluation and data, we’re now going to speak about Human Machine Teaming ( HMT ), which is only a manner of understanding tips on how to get individuals working nicely with expertise (often AI ).

It’s sophisticated understanding the relationships between human and machine. We generally name these interdependencies. If we get the connection proper between the human and machine, then every is doing what they’re good at.

We frequently get requested to make intelligence analysts’ jobs simpler by automating totally different bits of their work, utilizing AI . This bit is enjoyable. It’s not so enjoyable once we’re requested to point out if the AI helped the analyst.

Often we do that by components (issues) utilizing measures – numbers that give details about what the AI and the analyst are doing. (There are different methods of assessing the expertise by itself).

Components you’ll be able to measure

Efficiency: Is the reply proper? How briskly are analysts working?

Behavioural: Speech – what key phrases and phrases are analysts utilizing? What quantity of their phrases has intelligence worth?

Physiological: Coronary heart price, change in warmth and electrical energy handed by analysts’ pores and skin

Subjective: How demanding is the duty? Do analysts belief the system? How straightforward or irritating is it to make use of? (This generally consists of an evaluation known as the NASA Job Load Index ( TLX ) 4.)

Amassing these measurements in a structured manner, utilizing experiments, is usually known as ‘utilizing the scientific technique’.

Nevertheless once we did this, we discovered experimenting like this wasn’t as useful as we’d hoped it will be; maybe as a result of intelligence work will not be fairly the identical as different kinds of labor that may get carried out utilizing AI . As we stated within the foreword, intelligence evaluation is difficult.

We will make assessments about what would possibly occur subsequent (utilizing AI ). We will determine what to do subsequent, and do it. However we hardly ever know what would have occurred if we had carried out one thing else. We will arrange fashions of the world and observe how individuals behave. However within the army there aren’t many individuals free to run managed checks on (we positively received’t point out how lengthy it takes to get permission to do that).

So even when we are able to collect information, there may not be sufficient to have statistical significance if we attempt to do Correct Science. In truth, we discovered that generally measuring the influence of AI on intelligence evaluation is a big problem.

Approaches to enhancing intelligence evaluation

We determined to attempt to perceive approaches to intelligence evaluation itself a bit extra, and the way individuals have tried to enhance it prior to now. We thought we should always do that earlier than attempting to work out tips on how to enhance it with AI (after which attempting to judge the development).

We did the next:

spoke to and noticed intelligence specialists as they labored with each previous methods and new AIs

talked to individuals working in any respect ranges and analysts working in intelligence outdoors defence to see what they had been doing in a different way

learn many books about intelligence evaluation and decision-making

Data, psychology, methods

We discovered there appeared to be 3 totally different approaches to describing what was occurring in intelligence evaluation. As a result of these had been already a bit muddled, once we tried to include AI assist, it generally made issues much more muddled.

We known as these approaches:



methods approaches

Mainly, these overlap, and folks argue over which needs to be used; among the arguing is about whether or not intelligence evaluation is an artwork, a science or a craft.

Will we attempt to perceive issues like analysts’ ability and instinct (that’s the artwork or craft aspect) or use structured strategies (utilizing a extra scientific strategy)?

In the meanwhile, it’s in all probability simpler to design AI methods that assist structured strategies. It’s harder to make use of AI to assist analyst instinct, however it’s one thing we’re attempting to do. If we don’t maintain these conflicts in thoughts, we discover it onerous to know the advanced issues that may crop up in intelligence evaluation.

On the plus aspect, we discovered grouping these approaches collectively, and being conscious of their limitations actually helped.

Earlier than we summarise our findings on data, psychology and methods, we’re going to explain a couple of issues we came upon extra about. They had been onerous to know, however we actually wanted to attempt to perceive them (a bit) earlier than drawing our conclusions collectively.

Theories of data

We talked about the DIKW pyramid within the introduction; we name this a idea of data (the luxurious phrase is epistemology) because it supplies a mannequin of how data could be derived (on this mannequin, from information and knowledge).

Once we’re analysing information reviews, social media feeds, monetary markets, information from satellites or cameras, we’re constructing an image of what’s taking place on the planet. Having a idea of data implies that we begin out by methodically setting out how we all know when or whether or not we could be sure about judgements that we’re forming as we have a look at these reviews, feeds, markets and information.

Once we measure temperature, our idea of data on temperature units out how we all know when the measurement is appropriate and incorrect. It would counsel that if we use a scientific technique to gather information, alongside information we’ve got collected beforehand, we are able to kind predictions about future temperatures.

For this to work, we have to perceive the strategies used to gather our earlier information in order that we perceive their compatibility. This implies fascinated with whether or not we’re introducing errors or bias into the methods at an information stage, by producing information within the unsuitable manner, or extra systemically, by misunderstanding what we’re seeing.

Analysts may very well be gathering Twitter information to know how individuals in a single county really feel about an election, with the intention to make a prediction about voting patterns in one other. However will the information from one space transpose to the world we are attempting to make predictions about?

We have to formalise how we all know once we’re doing it proper.

Can our information and analysis methodologies actually be aligned or synthesised? The place has the information come from? Why was it produced? Who’re the stakeholders?

We should determine what would possibly trigger a failure within the means of figuring out whether or not calculations, processes, observations and judgement are working (That is additionally essential for individuals deception.)

Analysis strategies

Analysis strategies assist us perceive how information, info and data are used by scientific and different approaches. There isn’t all the time time to make use of strictly scientific strategies to judge and create methods of utilizing AI . Science will help us to know and make predictions about what we name ‘subsequent technology’ or ‘technology after subsequent’ expertise, and assist us work out what it’d appear like (due to timescales). For what defence calls ‘struggle tonight’ although, we generally must carry out rougher, sooner, much less sure evaluations utilizing totally different strategies.

The graphic under visualises some widespread analysis strategies. The proper-hand aspect comprises analysis approaches which are interpretive and descriptive; these are qualitative strategies. The left-hand aspect comprises approaches that may be numbers-based, countable or simply measurable; these are quantitative strategies.

A few of these strategies are higher to make use of than others for analysis of AI for intelligence evaluation in actual, fast-unfolding conditions. For instance, many qualitative strategies are extra applicable for understanding among the human-centred approaches to decision-making we shall be describing. We’ve discovered it helpful to think about either side collectively in constructing a powerful analysis design. The work of Katrin Niglas [5] may be very useful if you wish to discover out extra.

The next picture illustrates how you possibly can work out how to consider your drawback (is it onerous science or extra qualitative?) what you’re going to search for (will or not it’s causal relations, correlations or interpretations?) and what you’ll really do (the methodology)?

AI approaches

One thing that helps us perceive what individuals and methods do greatest is to consider AI as having two kinds of approaches.

Some approaches are human-centred and assist how people actually assume and behave. They will help analysts perceive their very own judgement or instinct. Others are what we name rationalistic which concentrate on processing enormous quantities of information very quick. They will help us get info rapidly (which might require a large workforce to sift by if carried out by hand) – numerous expertise shall be a combination of each.

Typically confusion creeps in about what AI and people can do and what they need to do.

Many researchers have needed to appropriate human considering and make it extra rational or logical (this has been a subject of analysis for hundreds of years); it’s occurred in human-machine teaming. Intelligent individuals have frolicked mentioning biases in analysts and likewise producing methods or expertise in ways in which make assumptions about how they assume our minds ought to work.

That is actually necessary, however doesn’t take into consideration that though we are able to do logic and perceive what rationality is, as individuals we’re not designed to be completely logical and rational on a regular basis. All of us have totally different backgrounds, training and experiences. If we spend time studying a topic rather well we supply round data in a manner that may generally be expressed within the type of instinct, or ‘sensible knowledge’. This data will not be simply expressed in rational, logical methods.

There’s additionally the truth that AI itself can undergo from bias that’s not simply unpicked.

The place AI replaces individuals

One of many causes for automation was to exchange expensive, scarce or unavailable people with machines. There aren’t sufficient individuals to course of and exploit all the information and knowledge we accumulate. Nevertheless, as AI helps us, wediscover extra in regards to the issues that folks can try this machines simply can’t. AI analysis is an ongoing experiment on what it means to be human.

Very often human skills aren’t actually understood or appreciated till we attempt to reproduce them with expertise. That is very true of human judgement, knowledge and instinct. We expect these are generally missed within the revisited curiosity in AI . The at the moment well-liked courses of AI known as ‘Machine Studying and Information Science’ typically appear to lack human context (though earlier ‘symbolic’ AI analysis realised its significance). We hope these approaches will ultimately align.

We additionally must maintain fascinated with interdependence; the customarily altering relationship between individuals and methods, and understanding what they every do greatest.

Naturalistic Resolution Making ( NDM )

As we’ve got stated, some AI will not be human-centred; it makes assumptions about how people make choices, and it doesn’t categorical its personal choices in the identical manner we do. Or it sounds human however is definitely not doing what it appears to be doing. Analysts working alongside some AIs have reported feeling as if they’re baby-sitting a narrow-minded genius. AI designers can assume that AI is changing our defective minds with good logic, when in reality they generally fail to know the complexity of human decision-making.

Naturalistic Resolution Making ( NDM ) is one faculty of analysis (typically ignored by technologists) that has steered how the human thoughts actually works when underneath strain in sensible, non-laboratory circumstances.

Components that may outline NDM :

conditions could be dynamic and fast-changing and so representing them will not be easy

causes of issues could be onerous to interrupt down which makes it tough to determine what to do subsequent

these attempting to outline duties with the intention to take care of a scenario could be coping with continuously shifting objectives as new crises are available

every determination is affected by earlier choices being made and others being made concurrently

Recognition primed determination making

A department of NDM is worried with recognition-primed decision-making ( RPDM ).

RPDM relies on understanding how individuals akin to fire-fighters, racing drivers or surgeons make fast assessments about what to do subsequent in emergencies.

They’re not logically evaluating totally different programs of motion, assigning weights and numbers to chances, like a pc would possibly. As a substitute they’re imagining what they may do and the way this might prove, given their recognition of a scenario as being like one thing they’ve beforehand skilled.

Experience is essential for this. It’s important to recall the course of occasions that may have led as much as a beforehand noticed scenario and to think about what would possibly occur should you do what you probably did final time. If you wish to discover out extra about this, place to start out is with Gary Klein, ‘Sources of Energy’ 6.

This strategy appears to seize a lot that AIs are unable to do, at the moment. Though a lot of AI includes sample matching, it’s very onerous to situate these capabilities inside the contexts that people can who’re knowledgeable in domains akin to racing, fire-fighting and surgical procedure. We expect that understanding how evaluation works in these kinds of scenario is essential.

We have to be sure that AI for intelligence gathering and decision-making is human-centred and takes account of RPDM when wanted.

These had been among the tough bits…now how have they helped us higher perceive the three approaches we talked about that had been at odds with one another?

So what about data, psychology and methods?

As we stated, we discovered 3 methods of intelligence disciplines: data, analyst expertise (or psychology) and methods. We thought these needs to be examined collectively.


We discovered unhealthy expertise promotes using information to provide intelligence with no idea of data or understanding of the information’s historical past or its journey. You might need an incredible group of people that spend weeks, months and years ‘cleansing’ your information, prepared to be used, however what in the event that they don’t have a nuanced understanding of the place it’s come from, and the cleansing has modified and even scrubbed away the meanings it’ll produce?

To offset this, take into consideration what data is produced, what are its inputs and what are the transformative processes. What social apply produces information?

For instance, crime information is often referred to within the information. How is it produced? Is it by a police officer deciding what crimes to document on the beat, versus giving individuals verbal warnings? How does the surroundings they’re strolling by have an effect on whether or not they ‘make’ against the law?

They could typically (rightly) use their affect and native data to stop crime with out producing information. We don’t know a lot about prevented crime, which suggests we are able to’t actually use crime information to foretell ‘naturally occurring’ crime or perceive the true causes of crime – what are the analysis strategies we are able to use to analyse this?

Good expertise must also be as clear as attainable in permitting us to know a few of this.


This strategy is offset by the psychological strategy. Good psychology understands that an analyst should generally use their abilities and knowledge in ways in which may not all the time appear goal, with the intention to discover and use their hard-earned perception.

Unhealthy psychology hinders the analyst by changing wholesome scepticism about what they’re seeing with overwhelming self-doubt. If an analyst is coping with a fancy quick altering scenario (in the event that they’re doing naturalistic decision-making), it’s very important to not confuse their expertise of the chaos of the true world with an excessive amount of doubt in their very own interpretation of what they see. In apply that is very onerous to do, and managing this uncertainty will trigger a number of stress.

How does the analyst work together with their AI ? Which systemic processes have an effect on their expertise of their work? How would possibly their very own tiredness, alertness, subjectivity or training have an effect on the creation of intelligence? What measures or assurances could be put in place to handle this?


Each of the above approaches have been countered by makes an attempt to systematise intelligence evaluation. Good systemic approaches let analysts work in a manner that helps their work-life stability, want for coaching, and let the organisation maintain an outline. Unhealthy constructions prioritise processes, methods and guidelines over being human-centred.

What methods are getting used? What lies behind them? What energy, politics, personalities, and permissions are concerned?

What we realized

The next ideas are extracted from the work we did exploring the tensions between data, psychology and methods (we discovered many extra, however these appear essentially the most related). They may very well be helpful for designers, builders, regulators, customers and assessors (these roles would possibly typically overlap, and so they’re not all the time mounted).

The ideas could be utilized if you’re attempting to develop or embed expertise in your organisation – they received’t remedy all of your issues, however they provide you a spot to start out your journey from. A few of them also can assist you consider whether or not the AI is working nicely or not.

They helped us higher perceive from the human perspective what’s taking place inside evaluation when AI is introduced in. We additionally realized how we are able to know (rapidly) whether or not very new or very experimental expertise is enhancing our determination assist and the expertise of analysts.

The ideas are:

1. Train analysts to assist themselves

Customers of expertise ought to really feel as if they’re a part of what’s occurring. Usually, these utilizing the methods ought to assist to outline the metrics or analysis of the methods. There could also be some capability for goal evaluation constructed into your methods, however contemplate how helpful the solutions are. Customers ought to really feel in a position to ask for skilled recommendation however not really feel pressured in to it. They need to be capable of assist themselves. (Particularly to biscuits.)

2. Begin your data work

What are you looking for out? How will the expertise assist you? What would possibly distort the understanding that you simply’re searching for?

Pondering like this helps to construct a sensible idea of data.

Begin quickly. In the event you’re designing a system from scratch, begin asking these questions after which repeat them if you’re interviewing individuals to search out out if or how the system’s working. Outline your stakeholders, and search for conflicts between them. This implies you’re searching for affect (probably from a distance) that may distort how your data is produced. Start with those that the analysts reply to; the decision-makers. That is generally lined by authorized, regulatory and industrial departments who might deal with a few of these analyses should you’re bringing in massive AI methods from distributors, as danger administration. Deliver these analyses collectively. Take into consideration the next questions: what are the declared political beliefs of any of your software program suppliers? What would possibly their undeclared views be? What else have they got stakes in? Know-how is usually political at some stage and could be an expression of ideology. Perceive your stakeholders. This implies figuring out who ought to present suggestions on software program. As a minimum you must embody these commissioning the software program, the customers and the expertise designers. What are your stakeholder’s measures of efficiency and success? Do they battle in any manner? Observe whether or not you’re working with a visionary or somebody wanting a sooner horse – these paying for software program don’t all the time perceive the method the software program is changing. In the event that they instruct a coder to design software program round their idea, what will get designed may not reply the true intelligence drawback. Visionary and ‘sooner horse’ are each related however concentrate on the distinction! Take into account validation and verification from the outset, even should you’re including datasets in as you go. How will you recognize when it’s working? Take into consideration information units. What are you ? Are you soundwaves or teams of individuals? Cloud actions or market indexes? Whatsorts of data are concerned? What strategies have been used to provide and rework the data? Exploratory work needs to be carried out. Take into consideration what fashions are being labored from and produced. If in case you have partial information then your outcomes could be deceptive. Take into consideration what incentivises information manufacturing. Is the information produced to satisfy targets (crime information, well being information, training information typically are)? In that case, it’s in all probability not consultant of actual conditions however of individuals’s perceptions of how they need to be addressing these conditions and the corresponding manufacturing of information. The info would possibly even be the results of perverse incentives the place the system is ‘gamed’. Take into account whether or not datasets could be synthesised in any manner – or would this produce meaningless intelligence? The place is the information from? Why was it produced? Is it what it says it’s? Decide what would possibly trigger failure. How have you learnt whether or not calculations, processes, observations, evaluation, judgement and instinct are working? Take into consideration your analyst expertise holistically and constructively. May there be corrupted information, misinformation and environmental constraints? What about analyst training, mind-set, trusted relationships and the organisation they work inside? Are you working with a various inhabitants of analysts? Variety can construct robustness and creativity into your processes, however it may possibly fail if expertise helps just one mind-set. Be conscious of the truth that if organisational tradition will not be nicely understood, it may possibly swamp any try and introduce expertise.

3. Discuss to methods specialists

It’s value mapping out your technological methods. Intelligence evaluation can depend on a number of previous methods which have new ones layered on high. Typically the connection between methods will not be clear to anybody.

Do the next:

take into consideration the place your methods are clear and which bits are hidden

take into consideration issues akin to, what names are used (are they deceptive?), how the methods are visualised and whether or not it’s clear what they’ll and may’t do

speak to everybody concerned and get as many plans, blueprints, formal methods analyses and specs from them as you’ll be able to

4. Outline the taskflow

As a part of this methods evaluation you can even conduct Job Analyses akin to a Cognitive Job Evaluation. This may increasingly have already been partially carried out earlier than the software program was introduced in, but when it’s a really new functionality there could be no ‘earlier than’.

Cognitive Job Analyses ought to actually attempt to perceive what components go into analyst judgement akin to cues, expectations and important determination factors. Discover out extra about data elicitation.

5. Perceive analysis ethics

In the event you’re assessing how individuals use your system, what moral constraints are there on finishing up this evaluation? If organisations are working collectively, say a software program agency, defence and educational advisers, you might need to hold out two or extra numerous moral evaluation. Do you must seek the advice of with any analysis ethics oversight groups with the intention to conduct formal analysis? Do that early on.

Watch out for confusion in terminology too; phrases akin to, ethics, governance, audit, assurance and best-practice are sometimes used interchangeably. Typically that is about defining and controlling what individuals do, in addition to the flexibility to trace again and know the way somebody did their job. Different occasions, it’s extra about freedom to do a job in addition to attainable and to know what to do as you go.

If interviewing individuals, contemplate whether or not they would possibly dissociate from the results of the expertise they’re utilizing. If the expertise is just too useful they may get bored. This implies they won’t report on their very own expertise precisely.

However, somebody with good self-awareness or correct recall would possibly discover it tough to reply the questions you’re asking. For instance, generally emergency name handlers are upset by among the calls they obtain. In the event you plan to interview them in regards to the expertise they use to do that, take into consideration what your analysis ethics panel(s) would possibly ask.

6. NASA Job Load Index

The NASA Job Load Index ( TLX ) is a straightforward questionnaire which asks individuals to say how they really feel in regards to the ease or problem of their work. These filling out the questionnaire make a collection of selections describing the character of a job, for instance, if the duty is extra mentally demanding or bodily demanding. It’s a fast and straightforward manner of getting a tough benchmark in your system. You need to use it earlier than AI or any expertise is launched, after AI has been introduced in and at varied factors thereafter to know studying curves and analyst expertise.

Take into consideration tips on how to:

speak to those that shall be utilizing the TLX (clarify what it’s for)

(clarify what it’s for) reassure analysts that their efficiency will not be underneath assessment (and be rigidly accountable for this) and the questionnaire is for the needs of understanding what they do and tips on how to make it simpler for them

receive consent

There are a variety of different on-line questionnairesthat additionally have a look at:

belief in methods


scenario consciousness

system usability scale

output high quality

Look them up and work out which of them will assist your efforts.

As you get a really feel for what you’re doing, whether or not designing or assessing a human machine group structure, you’ll be able to develop questions cooperatively round these factors to ask everybody as you go alongside. We discovered this helped us see the place the shortage of stability is in working with new software program or methods.

As you develop your questions and are available to interview individuals (if you’re interviewing) it’s additionally necessary to do not forget that you, as interviewer, can have an effect on what solutions are produced. We advocate coaching in interviewing and counselling abilities, constructing belief and understanding organisational psychodynamics.

We additionally take into consideration what known as Eudaimonia. We see this as serving to individuals get the most effective out of their job and to really feel that they’re doing it for the precise causes. Know-how ought to assist this.

7. Belief and transparency

We’ve talked about questionnaires on belief and transparency in methods. Inside intelligence evaluation, belief in methods is an important part that determines how AI will get used, and its general impact on the group. Transparency can also be key; the extra clear methods are about what they’re doing and the way, the sooner analysts could make choices about whether or not the system is offering them with the bits of the jigsaw they want.

Don’t overlook that when an analyst is asking a system to assist them perceive the true world, they’ll typically evaluate any reply given towards different solutions from different locations. They’re not simply discovering out in regards to the world, but in addition the system. If the system will not be clear about the way it acquired its reply, the analyst will belief it much less (and this slows every part down).

Untrusted methods value thousands and thousands of kilos could be discovered worldwide in darkish cabinets, lined in mud; unloved, deserted and alone. Don’t contribute to creating these poor methods!

8. Experimentation in naturalistic settings

Once we went about our personal experimentation, we accepted that it wouldn’t be straightforward to hold out in a lab. There was a necessity to check issues ‘within the wild’ with the person and the expertise, which is typically known as ‘subject to be taught’. The complexity of the working surroundings can’t all the time be replicated within the lab. For this reason we checked out supporting naturalistic decision-making.

Keep in mind the half about analysis strategies? There’s loads of room to make use of the scientific technique alongside different methodological approaches. We’re evolving our understanding of tips on how to work throughout the vary of strategies with the intention to seize tips on how to do good HMT . We describe this as ‘studying by doing’.

We check out approaches, get suggestions from customers after which strive once more. Getting AI off the bench, out of the lab and into the palms of actual customers with messy issues means utilizing all of the analysis strategies obtainable to us. For instance, it’s OK to simply get customers to speak about how they assume the system is working. Even when they’re not precisely assessing their very own efficiency, their expertise is related.

By higher understanding of a few of these approaches we are able to actually begin to discover out – not simply whether or not analyst workload is decreased – however whether or not the introduction of recent expertise is actually serving to intelligence evaluation.

To return to the primary questions we requested about determination benefit and scenario consciousness, we expect that whereas determination benefit has been seen to be supported by information and algorithms, it’s necessary to additionally take into consideration a 3rd issue. That is the naturalistic a part of the decision-making within the wild that feeds determination benefit.

One other manner to consider it’s by timeliness, effectiveness and survivability. Folks typically assume that call benefit is gained solely by velocity. Realistically AI can velocity up determination cycles from days and weeks to minutes. However a few of that’s then going to be misplaced by having to unpick the solutions and work out why it has give you the solutions it has. That is nonetheless contributing to effectiveness; by having higher high quality decision-making occurring even in actual, advanced and unpredictable conditions.

Intelligence evaluation has some very particular traits that aren’t all the time simply captured by conventional experimentation. The approaches in right here have helped us to discover this unbelievable new technological world. We hope that as you nibble in your biscuit and sip your tea, you would possibly really feel extra assured about working with AI in additional unsure conditions.

Within the weeds

This part supplies a bit extra element for anybody desirous about discovering out extra about among the opposing views we’ve talked about. (You may also level to it if anybody asks you why you’re mentioning a few of our wild concepts.)

The psychology of intelligence evaluation

HMT means understanding how intelligence analysts work and what issues they may face that expertise will help or hinder. Psychology has provided quite a few approaches,and one is to look at bias in analysts.

Work on bias has included analysis into bounded rationality. Herbert Simon described people as “organisms of restricted computational capability” 7. People can’t collect or course of all the data wanted to make absolutely rational choices – as a substitute they satisfice or approximate – we’re additionally constrained by private relations and organisational tradition. It’s description of people however it tends to solid being human as destructive.

Extra analysis appeared into knowledgeable decision-making. Specialists’ predictions had been in comparison with methods prediction when there was a identified appropriate reply. In 1954 Paul Meehl confirmed that ‘specialists’ acquired it unsuitable extra typically than the methods, in response to the analysis, due to an lack of ability to purpose statistically.

Kahneman and Tversky performed many experiments on what they known as heuristics and biases. Once more, these experiments had been often underneath laboratory circumstances the place there was a proper reply. Kahneman wrote ‘Pondering Quick and Sluggish’, and steered the concept of System 1 and System 2 considering, which is defined of their article8.

Influence on intelligence evaluation

The CIA’s Richards Heuer wrote some good work on the subject of the psychology of intelligence evaluation. Nevertheless, it was the work he did on structured analytic strategies that influenced how a number of intelligence evaluation has been approached relating to automation. Heuer favored the System 1 and System 2 analogy:

“All biases, besides the private self-interest bias are the results of quick, unconscious, and intuitive considering (System 1) – not the results of considerate reasoning (System 2). System 1 considering is often appropriate, however continuously influenced by varied biases in addition to inadequate data and the inherent unknowability of the long run. Structured Analytic Methods are a kind of System 2 considering designed to assist determine and overcome the analytic biases inherent of System 1 considering” [9].

He steered that not solely do we’ve got 2 methods of considering (‘quick, unconscious and intuitive’, and ‘considerate reasoning’), however that these oppose each other, and ‘considerate reasoning’ is superior to instinct.

Heuer, and people he taught, believed that structured analytic strategies enable us to look at our personal considering in a extra systemic and straightforward manner. Later work fed within the thought of laptop methods (particularly AIs to offset the unhealthy System 1 considering). AI can simply and logically derive hidden info that isn’t specified by clear statements. It supplies the ‘reasoning’ of System 2.

This work steered that analyst bias arose from their methods of considering. In distinction to this, naturalistic decision-making analysis means that instinct is typically the one recourse in high-stakes, sensible environments, the place the ‘proper’ reply is unknowable. Analyst instinct is of excessive worth, particularly in out of the lab settings, and suggesting that considerate reasoning is superior creates a false opposition.

In apply we are able to stability these 2 approaches to create a broad psychology of intelligence evaluation. It helps if we take into consideration the diploma to which info produced (maybe a few of it colored by analyst cognitive biases) differs from goal views of actuality (if these could be identified).

In addition to analyst bias, there may be bias in AI methods themselves (which we contemplate right here). In both case, we discovered that focusing an excessive amount of on bias with none reference to ‘Concept of Data’ meant shedding an excessive amount of that’s helpful.

Instance: the off-course boat

Think about your boss provides you clues that can assist you discover and land on a secret seashore. You’re decoding the clues as you sail. You attain a location which could be the precise one, however no-one is there to let you recognize. Afterwards your boss (who loves heuristics and biases) says you had been unsuitable, and suggests tips on how to enhance: get extra sleep, put on higher glasses, predict and account for the storm that blew you off beam. You continue to have no idea tips on how to get to the place you had been meant to be. Usually, in army instances, it seems that no-one is aware of what the precise selections had been.

Once we perform assessments on how intelligence evaluation works, cognitive bias analysis helps us roughly perceive the kinds of errors we may make.

However we additionally must know the diploma of error between what any type of bias is more likely to produce and what the right solutions really are. In real-world chaos, that is actually onerous to do, however we should strive. The one manner we are able to do that is to outline what certainty, reality or actuality are, (the place that is attainable), earlier than speaking in regards to the diploma to which we’re steering off-course and why.

In different phrases, that is the place theories of data are available. A variety of the psychology of intelligence evaluation has seen this as secondary to performing experiments on individuals which are considerably missing in what’s known as ecological validity (they’re not very sensible). We love all types of data, however assume that generally these experimental outcomes are simply not very helpful to the intelligence manufacturing enterprise (they’re very helpful elsewhere although).

Actuality is messy. We frequently don’t know what our objectives are within the subsequent second, minute or hour. If we begin speaking about bias with out a repair on tips on how to get to the following goal, we’re in all probability mixing up our human-centred and rationalistic approaches.

We should attempt to perceive analyst expertise, in all its richness, at any time when we’re introducing HMT expertise. The expertise is what dictates any workload, particularly if expertise will not be user-friendly. If we speak in regards to the psychology of intelligence evaluation we should concentrate on what analysts expertise alongside data and methods views. And we actually shouldn’t discuss cognitive bias with out additionally having a idea of data.

Bias in AI methods

Many very clever individuals are actually researching this, so we’re going to depart most of it to the specialists.

AI is usually not very clear. The types of data that AI methods include is usually much like the data of specialists inside a site. We all know it’s in there however it’s onerous to get at. One suggestion (that many individuals are actually following) is that for each cluster of machine studying specialists employed, there needs to be specialists who study the social practices and the contexts that produce the datasets which have been used to coach after which check the AI .

ImageNet is among the underpinning coaching units influencing laptop imaginative and prescient analysis since its creation in 2009. One in all its datasets spans 1000 object courses and comprises 1,281,167 coaching pictures, 50,000 validation pictures and 100,000 check pictures. Deciding what pictures to make use of for a dataset that’s type of meant to cowl every part on the planet meant discovering a classificatory construction that…lined every part on the planet.

Such constructions are known as semantic constructions, ontologies or taxonomies. The taxonomy proven right here is for a wolf, of the species canis lupus. The subsequent stage is its genus: canis, then its household is canidae, which sits within the order carnivore.

Within the following picture a taxonomy sub-divides classifications into smaller ‘courses’, on this instance organisms within the animal kingdom are subdivided till we arrive at ’large unhealthy wolves’.

ImageNet’s semantic construction was imported from WordNet, a database of phrase classifications first developed in 1985. Nevertheless, WordNet itself rested on the Brown Corpus, which got here from, “newspapers and a ramshackle assortment of books together with New Strategies of Parapsychology, The Household Fallout Shelter and Who Guidelines the Marriage Mattress?” 10. Most texts had been revealed round 1961; the way in which individuals wrote in regards to the world in Nineteen Sixties America may be very totally different to how we see issues right this moment.

Think about being blindfolded and the one manner you possibly can ‘see issues’ was to have your Kansas farmer great-grandfather have a look at the world and describe what he noticed to you. Would he actually perceive the objects that we all know of on the planet right this moment that he was describing? How would he describe cell phones, drones and Fitbits? May his descriptions appear biased?

This supplies a tough thought about the place bias would possibly begin to emerge in AI classification methods, which may very well be a vulnerability. Many individuals are involved about transparency, or lack of, in AI . It’s attainable that someday we’ll be capable of unravel every part that goes into an identification that has been made by AI . This might embody underpinning schemas that seem discriminatory, unethical and even unlawful, since they arrive from such a very long time in the past. There may very well be reputational points in retailer for governments or massive companies who use such strategies.

One other trigger for concern is how pictures in massive datasets get labelled. There are companies, organisations and governments in some elements of the world that pay employees tiny sums of cash to determine and label pictures. Typically the one manner for the bosses to verify the labelling is appropriate is to make sure it falls in keeping with what nearly all of the opposite employees are saying. This may create an echo chamber the place reality is sacrificed for comfort.

“In the event you’re doing picture recognition in 2019, it’s extremely possible you’re utilizing a picture recognition system constructed by pictures tagged by individuals utilizing Mechanical Turk in 2007 that sit on high of language classification methods constructed by graduate college students prowling newspaper clippings within the Nineteen Sixties. Merely put, each single piece of decision-making in a high-tech neural community initially rests on a human being manually placing one thing collectively and making a alternative” [11].

The methods view of intelligence evaluation

Makes an attempt at enhancing intelligence evaluation have been made by the general idea of systematisation. For instance, utilizing structured analytic strategies, enhancing assortment strategies, to automating processes that don’t appear to wish people.

Systematisation has its issues. Those we discovered that instantly impacted human-centred HMT essentially the most had been to do with methods, loops and cycles. Take into account the Observe Orient Determine Act ( OODA ) loop, and the Direct Gather Course of Disseminate ( DCPD ) intelligence cycle. These approaches use systemisation and, like science-based approaches, counsel that if we’re all taught to do the identical factor, following the identical steps in the identical set of circumstances, we are able to management and predict what could be taking place.

A few of these approaches counsel that automated intelligence evaluation can solely be carried out this fashion. For instance, by the motion of information by logical levels of assortment, remedy and evaluation, as if information is a uncooked materials that’s to be commoditised.

Nevertheless, if we take the OODA loop, after which refer again to NDM , we would replicate that NDM would are inclined to counsel that in occasions of disaster, we observe, recognise, act, retroactively determine and orient – perhaps extra of a ORARDO loop?

Formalising the intelligence equipment is a robust manner of serving to to stop intelligence failures. However, having the precise type of information, processing it and including new information, won’t mechanically create intelligence, or data that feeds decision-making.

The intelligence cycle doesn’t all the time work because it ought to. Typically we’re searching for proof to point out hyperlinks and to aim to show, or disprove hypotheses. Typically we’re typically observing the world and creating and including to an image of what’s going on. More often than not we’re doing a messy combination of each. How we deal with information in these instances is essential. We cowl how or whether or not we should always construct hypotheses in these cycles right here.

The philosophical view of intelligence evaluation

The analysis in to systematisation in intelligence evaluation led us to Isaac Ben Israel. He thought Philosophy of Science needs to be utilized in intelligence estimates, as each try and derive predictions from info. We expect it is a superb thought. Philosophy of Science is a department of philosophy that’s partially about epistemology, understanding the boundaries of what could be identified, how and why. There’s an enormous overlap with intelligence evaluation [12].

Ben Israel’s suggestion was that it’s unsuitable to search for proof to substantiate an thought, however we should always attempt to disprove concepts as a substitute. He was fairly proper to say this, on the time, however we expect a broader strategy is required.

Ben Israel’s suggestion was based mostly on Karl Popper’s work on falsifiability as a method of ‘doing science’. It tried to appropriate the issue of searching for proof to substantiate a speculation, and as a substitute steered that simply as Popper had stated science did, intelligence evaluation ought to as a substitute create hypotheses which are falsifiable.

The primary subject is that, as we’ve stated, intelligence evaluation typically wants a broader strategy than simply the scientific technique with the intention to produce helpful evaluation.

The second subject is that Popper didn’t intend that falsification by itself needs to be used to ‘do science’. He didn’t say that we had been solely doing science if we falsified hypotheses. He meant falsifiability to point out that we may know we had been doing science if a speculation is probably falsifiable.

In truth, falsification itself is a course of that should finish, and Popper steered that that is the place theories come to be accepted by settlement. Inside this mannequin the apply of science will not be in itself scientific 13. Nevertheless, individuals began considering that the one good data is scientific data, gained by falsification.

This triggered issues for intelligence evaluation, which should course of far broader ranges of phenomena than could be handled by science alone. Whenever you see your enemy with a gun, there may not be time to falsify a speculation that the enemy is about to shoot. And positively if they begin elevating the gun to their face (and it’s pointing at you), then it confirms your instinct that firing first or working (or each, if that’s the way you roll) is the best choice.

Falsifiability will not be all the time mandatory for intelligence evaluation. That is one instance of how difficult it’s in actual life, to get the AI out of the lab. The check bench is usually very a lot about falsification, when it needn’t be.

Justified true perception

A helpful idea that helps us deliver data into our analytic course of is the idea of justified true perception ( JTB ). We take into consideration how we purchase data; this helps us perceive the connection between analyst expertise and intelligence evaluation. We’re observing the world and forming beliefs about it. If our beliefs are true, and so they have been acquired in a roundabout way which means we’re proper to have that perception, then we are able to say we’ve got acquired data.

Though there are criticisms of this strategy, we discovered it enabled us to image the intelligence evaluation and decision-making surroundings and perceive what components would possibly distort the evaluation course of. It additionally aligns with psychological analysis into located cognition.

Located cognition

We received’t go into a number of element right here, however we actually advocate studying about this:

“Advanced methods will, inevitably, expertise failures. The reason for these failures or mishaps could also be labeled ‘operator error,’ however typically they’re really attributable to the confluence of technological, situational, particular person, and organizational components” [14].

Placing located cognition, justified true perception and naturalistic decision-making collectively allowed us to higher perceive AI , information, data and decision-making. Attempting to discover these additional helps perceive the place and when info would possibly go lacking (whether or not deliberate or a mishap).

We will additionally higher perceive the types of uncertainty that creep into our methods and tips on how to act regardless of these constraints.

Sensible knowledge

Whereas doing our analysis we came upon heaps about ‘sensible knowledge’.

The analysis that appears at this supplies far richer, pragmatic and productive underpinning theories of data for defence and safety than simply DIKW .

So simply to complete off, we’re including a couple of pointers right here from researchers and specialists who helped us work out helpful approaches that we expect feed into ‘sensible knowledge’.


Makarius has explored determination assist, studying, data dissemination, groups, belief, and socialisation 15. We discovered it useful to consider HMT by way of data creation, skilled and organisational apply, analyst expertise and functionality, together with instinct, judgement and expertise moderately than simply analyst burden or expertise functionality. The next desk, taken from their paper, explains among the questions to think about in bringing AI into organisations.

Cognitive Points Relational Points Structural Points Strategic Resolution Making Teamwork Job Design How do determination makers belief the outputs from AI methods? What controls in determination making processes are wanted when an AI system encounters an abnormality that requires human intervention? What’s the best group measurement and configuration of AI methods/robots and human group members? What are the group dynamics of working aspect by aspect with AI methods or robots? What’s the stage of AI and worker interdependence? How will worker duties change with AI methods? Organisational Studying Belief and Identification Coaching and Growth How does transformational studying happen with AI methods? How does deep studying drive the organisational studying structure on AI methods? How can group identification be fostered between AI and staff working in a gaggle? How can staff construct belief with an AI system/robotic? How can we reskill employees to work efficiently with AI methods? What kind of technological and relational coaching is required for non-technical staff working with AI methods? Data Sharing Coordination Socialisation How can data be managed and disseminated between AI methods and staff? How can tacit data be realized by AI methods? Will sequential, reciprocal or pooled coordination be best for AI methods and staff? How can relational coordination be developed? How can organisational components affect adaptation to AI methods and collaborative robots? How do anticipatory socialisation components change when AI and robots are deeply engrained in firm tradition?


A associated manner of wanting on the large image was from the organisational perspective offered by Galbraith. As change occurs with AI being introduced in, it may be useful to re-examine every considered one of these areas; typically in stress with one another [16].

The next picture exhibits Galbraith’s mannequin of organisational dimensions.


Cummings, a fighter pilot, has written about NDM and automation utilizing abilities, guidelines, data and experience 17. Expertise-based reasoning comes first (for instance, studying tips on how to maintain an plane balanced by utilizing the flip and slip indicator alongside different controls and indicators). Spending time working towards these kinds of abilities makes them computerized. Then there may be cognitive reasoning for rules-based procedures.

“If one thing occurs, do that.”

Data-based reasoning offers with unsure conditions. In emergency conditions, akin to these Klein studied, expertise permits us to make quick psychological simulations, make predictions after which act. We will say that automation means having to evaluate a scenario, perceive what would possibly occur, and to make use of skills-based reasoning first.

Over time, as a system learns an increasing number of conditions, this would possibly result in experience, however this may occasionally by no means be on a par with human experience.


Lastly, the Cynefin framework 18 will help to work out when you have a chaotic, ‘sophisticated’ or a ‘advanced’ drawback in your palms. (It’s virtually inevitable should you’ve really learn this far, you received’t be apprehensive a couple of ‘clear’ drawback.)

The next picture exhibits Snowden’s Cynefin mannequin exhibiting the distinction between advanced, sophisticated, chaotic and clear issues.

This concludes our journey into the weeds. We didn’t go too far and hope there’s simply sufficient right here to discover additional if you need. If not, simply take pleasure in your biscuit!


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[2] Treverton, G. F. (2007). Dangers and riddles. Smithsonian, 38(3)

[3] Frické, M. (2019). Data Pyramid – The DIKW Hierarchy . Encyclopedia of Data Group

[4] Sandra G. Hart, Lowell E. Staveland. (1988) Growth of NASA- TLX (Job Load Index): Outcomes of Empirical and Theoretical Analysis. Advances in Psychology. 52(pages 139-183)

[5] Niglas, Okay. (2001). Paradigms and methodology in instructional analysis. European convention on instructional analysis, Lille

[6] Klein, G. (1998). Sources of Energy: How individuals make choices. MIT Press, ISBN

[7] Simon, H. A. (1955). A behavioral mannequin of rational alternative. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 69(1).

[8] Kahneman, D. (2011). Pondering quick, considering sluggish. Interpretation, Tavistock, London.

[9] Heuer, R. J. (1999). Psychology of Intelligence Evaluation

[10] Crawford, Okay. (2021). The Atlas of AI . In The Atlas of AI . Yale College Press.

[11] Boykis, V. (2019). Neural Nets are simply individuals all the way in which down, Normcore Tech publication

[12] Ben-Israel, I. (2001). Philosophy and Methodology of Army Intelligence: Correspondence with Paul Feyerabend. In Philosophy and Methodology of Army intelligence-Correspondence with Paul Feyerabend, 28(4)

[13] Popper, Okay. (1935). The logic of scientific discovery. In The Logic of Scientific Discovery.

[14] Shattuck, Nita & Shobe, Katharine & Shattuck, Lawrence. (2023). Extending the Dynamic Mannequin of Located Cognition to Submarine Command and Management

[15] Makarius, E., Mukherjee, D., Fox, J. D., & Fox, A. (2020). Rising With the Machines: A Sociotechnical Framework for Bringing Synthetic Intelligence Into the Group. Journal of Enterprise Analysis, 120.

[16] Galbraith, J. R. (2009). The Star Mannequin. The STAR Mannequin, 07/04/2017

[17] Cummings, M. M. (2014). Man versus machine or man + machine? In IEEE Clever Methods, 29(5).

[18] Snowden, D. (2002). Advanced acts of figuring out: Paradox and descriptive self-awareness. Journal of Data Administration, 6(2)

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