Humans need to take decisions in a variety of contexts: some relate to personal lives, whilst others concern companies, institutions, and society. Some decisions are taken individually, and others as a group. In all contexts, taking decisions can be critical and challenging tasks for humans, who have dedicated much attention and effort to develop decision-making support tools and approaches. An increasing number of digital technologies are becoming available to support the act of taking decisions, from digital meeting platforms to augmented and virtual reality technology, from simulations to robotics and artificial intelligence. The application contexts for decision-making vary enormously, and as the integration of these various digital technologies is becoming more common the question is: What have we learnt so far? What do we still need to learn?
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