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Prospects for the Employment of Directive Decision Devices in Financial Applications

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Prospects for the Employment of Directive Decision Devices in Financial Applications
Expert systems, decision support systems, and knowledge management systems, are computer-based constructs intended to somehow assist human users in making decisions. Directive decision devices, on the other hand, are a prospective class designed to function as entirely autonomous decision agents, and so are capable of displacing human decision-makers. The primary purpose of this paper is to explore the prospects transferring the responsibility for handling certain sorts of financial management applications from human functionaries to directive decision devices.
Jon Blue, Francis Andoh-Baidoo, John W. Sutherland
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where HICSS
Authors Jon Blue, Francis Andoh-Baidoo, John W. Sutherland
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