publication . Thesis . 1997

Artificial intelligence and foreign policy decision-making

Berkoff, Russ H.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Dec 1997
  • Publisher: Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School
Abstract
With the advent of a global information society, the US will seek to tap the potential of advanced computing capability to enhance its ability to conduct foreign policy decision making. This thesis explores the potential for improving individual and organizational decision making capabilities by means of artificial intelligence (AI). The use of AI will allow us to take advantage of the plethora of information available to obtain an edge over potential adversaries. Another purpose of this thesis is to give guidance to the software community as to what policymakers will need in order to improve future decision making processes. The third purpose is to encourage go...
Subjects
free text keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Foreign Policy, Cuban Missile Crisis, Yom Kippur War, Decision-Making, Cognitive Theory, Group Dynamics, Organizational Theory, Bureaucratic Politics, Decision Modeling
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