judgment, intuition, data dependence, and decisionmaking!

  • Park’s article states that “Ubiquitous computing will increase the number of decisions per day, constantly changing schedules and priorities.” What are the implications to the workforce of tomorrow in your part of the world and elsewhere? Related question – will decision-making become too data dependent, with a corresponding decline in the role of intuition and judgment, as some have argued? Conversely, will computers take over many “left-brain” (deductive, analytical) functions, leading to a possible resurgence of a “right-brain” (intuitive, subjective) working culture, as others have suggested?  Why or why not?
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