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By Martha Whitesmith « Tests whether the analysis of competing hypotheses reduces cognitive bias, and proposes a more effective approach Reveals that a key element of […]

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By Vanessa Meterko, Glinda Cooper « Psychological heuristics are an adaptive part of human cognition, helping us operate efficiently in a world full of complex stimuli. […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « IT-induced cognitive biases in intelligence analysis: big data analytics and serious games » (2018)

By Alessandro Zanasi, Fabio Ruini « Cognitive biases are unconscious deviations in judgement – rooted in the very nature of the human mind – that represent […]

[#OSINT|#CrimOrg] Article: « Open Source Information’s Blind Spot – Human and Machine Bias in International Criminal Investigations »

By Yvonne McDermott, Alexa Koenig, Daragh Murray « Digital open source information has been heralded for its democratizing potential, insofar as it allows access to a […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Cognitive Bias in Intelligence Analysis: Testing the Analysis of Competing Hypotheses Method (Intelligence, Surveillance and Secret Warfare) »

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Collection Bibliothèque des Sciences humaines, Gallimard Parution : 17-04-2002 Il arrive que les individus prennent collectivement des décisions singulières : ils agissent avec constance dans […]

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