From: Stephen Reed (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue May 13 2003 - 09:13:43 MDT
Take a look at:
Which is used in DARPA GENOA program and is being tested by US military
and intelligence organizations.
On Mon, 12 May 2003, Ben Goertzel wrote:
> > I haven't been able to find many current decision support tools that start
> > with the concept of resolving multiple world views with structured debate
> > and mutual exploration other than a lot of "groupware" semi-solutions that
> > really don't provide enough structure. Could you (or anyone else) give me
> > any pointers to anything that you think I've overlooked? Thanks.
> > Mark
> I don't know of anything matching that description either, but I'm not a
> super-expert in that area
> One collaborative semi-solution is Groove, which is much liked in the US
> military and intelligence community. If you built such a tool on top of
> Groove, the US government could probably be sold on it -- they have an
> intense well-recognized need for collaborative decision support tools and
> have paid a lot for such in the past...
> -- Ben G
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