Balancing Strengths and Weaknesses in Human-Machine Decision Making

  • Balthasar M
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In a world characterized by multi-optionality and complexity, machines and people are increasingly making decisions together. Connecting structures are needed to optimally link the opposing strengths and weaknesses of the two actors. At the same time, strategically desired characteristics must be coordinated and integrated on the hybrid macro level that emerges in a joint decision-making process. It is therefore essential to create transparency in favor of an autonomous unit of human and machine and to enable and support systemic processes of self-organization.




Balthasar, M. (2023). Balancing Strengths and Weaknesses in Human-Machine Decision Making. In Mensch und Computer 2023 - Workshopband.

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