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Thinking Fast and Slow: A CBR Perspective
Proceedings of the ... International Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society Conference
In a path-breaking work, Kahneman characterized human cognition as a result of two modes of operation, Fast Thinking and Slow Thinking. Fast thinking involves quick, intuitive decision making and slow thinking is deliberative conscious reasoning. In this paper, for the first time, we draw parallels between this dichotomous model of human cognition and decision making in Case-based Reasoning (CBR). We observe that fast thinking can be operationalized computationally as the fast decision makingdoi:10.32473/flairs.v34i1.128572 fatcat:jqe7vgh73zeulhgg75lycymhbq