What's computer-assisted sense making?

Sense making is all about knowing what to do in a given situation, both individually and collectively. Many observe problems with our capacity for collaborative, intelligent behavior.

Computers can assist with communications. Likewise, they can assist with sense making, helping people organize information, visualize information, see patterns, and make decisions. As automated systems (bots) get more involved in decision making, the world must be described more explicitly for intelligent, automated behavior.