What are some resources on the link between AI and strategic decision making?
There doesn’t seem to be a Wikipedia entry for “strategic decision making”. According to AI, this does not compute…. If it’s not in Wikipedia, it does not exist.
For me, “strategic” implies long term, and this is a classic problem with AI, focusing on the long term rather than here and now. Secondly, what are “decisions” and how does AI “make” them? Take IBM Watson for example. How did Watson “decide” the questions for Jeopardy clues? Supposedly, Predictive analytics were the defining advancement of IBM Watson. One thing I can tell you is that “hypothesis generator” is the number one search term on my Meta-Guide.com website.
I suggest starting with the history of Decision support systems and Expert systems.
See also my Quora question:
· What precisely is or is not the relation between the fields of ‘business intelligence’ and ‘artificial intelligence’?