David Bourget (Western Ontario)
David Chalmers (ANU, NYU)
Rafael De Clercq
Jack Alan Reynolds
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AI and Society 27 (4):501-507 (2012)
Recently, researchers on organization theory and behavior were challenged by the introduction of cognitive machines in the list of the organization’s participants. Researchers in this field advocated that cognitive machines contribute to improve cognitive abilities in the organization by extending people’s rationality and decision-making capacity and by reducing intra-individual and group dysfunctional conflicts. This paper supports these findings and extends their results to upper layers at managerial and organizational levels of application by proposing the concept of new industrial organizations with structure and processes of Computational Organization Management Networks. In such a new organization type, cognitive machines and cognitive information systems are prominent actors of governance, automation, and control of the whole enterprise
|Keywords||Customer-Centric Organizations Industrial organizations Organizational cognition Cognitive machines Immersiveness Computational Organizational Management Networks|
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Farley S. Nobre, Andrew M. Tobias & David S. Walker (2009). The Impact of Cognitive Machines on Complex Decisions and Organizational Change. AI and Society 24 (4):365-381.
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