The Individual and the Organizational Model of Quantum Decision-Making and Learning: An Introduction and the Application of the Quadruple Loop Learning
2. Decision-Making (DM)
3. The AADD (Ánthrōpos, Apparatus, Decider, Doctrina) Diamond Model
4. The Quantum Metaphor and Maybe More
5. The Learning Feedback Loops—The Quadruple Loop Learning Model
6. Ethics and Cybersecurity
“Homo-Technologicus—“a symbiotic creature in which biology and technology intimately interact”, so that what results is “not simply ‘homo sapiens plus technology’, but rather homo sapiens transformed by ‘technology’ into ‘a new evolutionary unit, undergoing a new kind of evolution in a new environment’” (Ref.  (p. 23)), driven by cost efficiencies and instrumental effectiveness within the techno-economic, universal and ontocentric perspectives and expecting adaptation of the ‘homo sapiens’ to the technology.”
“Homo sustainabiliticus—a symbiotic being in which biology, technology and morality intimately interact driven by optimization and the balance of costs of the technology solution, while modifying it to optimize the user’s adaptation, especially regarding her abilities and the social acceptance recognizing cultural and symbolic differences and environmental responsibilities based on biocentric ethics and the socio-philosophical point of view within her cultural, social, physical, logistic and legal context and cognizant of the ethical dilemmas of adapting the technology to her needs, specifically at the design stage”. (p. 19)
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