Co-Decision Technology has developed a simulation platform called Cognito_Risk for serious game applications.
You are invited to join a Cognitive Task force for a behavioural modeling and the realization of a Serious Cyber Game, Cognito_Risk, in which you are going to be a cyber player. The game is based on Co-Mining® technology and decider.track (d.t). It is designed to provide you with a simulation platform to test this new generation of cognitive and “Man Machine Co-Decision” tools, before acquiring them.
Finance Cognitive Task Force Invitation
The decider.track live prototype for Finance currently being developed by Co-Decision Technology is an "anti-subprime co-decider", which detects financial instabilities and helps control systemic risk.
The purpose of this prototype is to propose new tools to individual traders, banks and regulators in the United States, Europe and Asia. G20 member states, the IMF, and the European Union which have created organizations to monitor and control financial and economic instabilities - the Financial Stability Board and the European Stability Board - will also benefit from the ability to better control and monitor systemic risk.
Enterprise Cognitive Task Force Invitation
The decider.track live prototype for private companies is being developed to analyze behaviors and implement new strategies steered by social networks.
The purpose of this prototype is to propose new tools to marketing managers, community managers and deciders so they can embrace social data so to anticipate customer emerging behaviors and needs:
- What are my customers saying on the web that I can consider developing in the product new features?
- What are the customer main interests I should focus on to design my next product?
- What is the best time to launch my communication campaign?
Government Cognitive Task Force Invitation
The decider.track live prototype for Government currently being developed by Co-Decision Technology is an "anti-merah co-decider", to track and arrest today's more freewheeling, hybrid profiles: the new generation of Islamist terrorists. Merah is a textbook example of what Western intelligence officials refer to as a "just do it" terrorists; he was a young Frenchman who killed four Jewish civilians and three soldiers in murder spree in 2012.
The purpose of this prototype is to propose a new approach to track these new terrorist profiles who, rather than trying to carry out spectacular attacks on the scale of 9/11, are encouraged to use any means at their disposal. What makes them more difficult to track.