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Featured in Harvard Business Review…

…The games, which were specifically designed to debias intelligence analysts, are being deployed in training academies in the U.S. intelligence services. But because this approach affects the decision maker rather than specific decisions, such games can be effective in many contexts and decisions – and with lasting effect. (A commercial version of the games is in production.)

Games are also attractive because once such approaches are developed, the marginal costs of debiasing many additional people are minimal. As this and other recent work suggests, such interactive training is a promising addition to the growing suite of techniques that improve judgment and reduce the costly mistakes that result from biased decision making…

https://hbr.org/2015/10/how-a-video-game-helped-people-make-better-decisions