I believe that experience and therefore a larger variety in observations, are the basis for better decision making. This can play an important role, for example, in the assessment of talent and skill of people, as well as when doctors conclude medical diagnoses while observing patients and medical data such as pathology images.
Today we have the possibility to train machine learning (ML) systems with millions of images and to asses them in an instant of time. More experience that a single person can ever gain during a life time. ML systems already performed medical diagnoses on par with doctors. They successfully predict heart failure from electronic health records, detect cancer metastases on pathology Images, and diabetic eye disease from retinal photographs.
These successes are most likely just the tip of the iceberg. I believe that there are many more things that can be found in human data for the positiv benefit of people. Dirk’s real-world experience and proven track record in assessing specific skill sets of thousands of top-level managers, executives, and athletes is a great opportunity for beginning the search.