Atman: Intelligent information gap detection for learning organizations: First steps toward computational collective intelligence for decision making

Vincent Grèzesa, Riccardo Bonazzia, Francesco Maria Cimminoa


Companies’ environments change constantly and very quickly, so each company
must be aligned with its environment and understand what is happening to maintain and
improve its performance. To constantly adapt to its environment, the company must integrate
a learning process in relation to what is happening and become a "learning company." This
posture will ensure organizational effectiveness in relation to changes in the environment and
allow companies to achieve goals under the best conditions. Our project aims at delivering a
competitive and collective intelligence service allowing to support decision making processes
through the diagnostic of alignment between internal knowledge of the organization and
available external information.


Market Market Intelligence, Business Intelligence, Competitive Intelligence, Information Systems, Geo-Economics

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