Trackable Reasoning and analysis for Crowdsourcing and Evaluation

Jennifer Stromer-Galley (Inventor), Carsten Oesterlund (Inventor), Lael Schooler (Inventor), Brian McKernan (Inventor), Patrícia Rossini (Inventor), James E. Folkestad (Inventor), Benjamin A. Clegg (Inventor), Rosa Mikeal Martey (Inventor), Kate Kenski (Inventor), Roc Myers (Inventor), Sarah Taylor (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

Abstract

In an example, a computer-implemented method to structure an analytical workflow that improves reasoning based on a problem context and demonstrated abilities of each individual user may include displaying a reasoning problem to an analyst. The method may include receiving input from the analyst to identify a reasoning problem type of the reasoning problem. providing a recommended analytic approach for the reasoning problem type to the analyst. The method may include assisting the analyst in analyzing and evaluating one or more information sources relevant to the reasoning problem. The method may include guiding the analyst through a structured technique (ST) to support reasoning of the analyst in formulation of a solution to the reasoning problem. The method may include generating a report that includes the analyst's solution to the reasoning problem based on input from the analyst.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Priority date1/8/19
Filing date1/8/20
StatePublished - Jul 9 2020

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