How it works
That is the "IntelCrew"?
The "Intellectual Crewing" (System) is the technology which processes personnel data with the tool of logic.
1. Gathers data.
This data is obtained from the information input, communication with professional-oriented people, etc.
2. Creates data.
From its base of information, it uses methods such as induction and deduction to generate new data.
3. Processe a particular type of data.
This type of data is that which is reducible to non-ambiguous, measurable units. For example, the IntelCrew is the appropriate mode when we are balancing our checkbooks.
4. Provides data for none-intuition's processing of data.
Sometimes intuition presents data spontaneously; we simply know a new bit of data. However, usually, intuition is built upon previously acquired data; first, we gather information via the intellect, and then intuition gives us insight into that information.
5. Verifies data.
For example, if we receive a message which we believe is from any source, and it tells us that the sun will not rise tomorrow, our logic rightly disagrees. For our "reality check," we can refer to experts, personal experience, rules of logic, statistics, history, books, etc.
6. Fills in some gaps in the data.
Sometimes human intuition gives exact instructions; in other cases, human detect only a vague feeling or a fragment of a message. In those instances, we might turn to the "IntelCrew" to provide supplementary data. For example, if intuition presents only a general warning that we need to be more careful with the specific crew, we turn to the System to study matters such as specific recruiting options (but we can use our intuition to ehlp us t doecide which option is most likely to be fruitful).
7. Formats data for presentation to the people.
Professional-oriented people communicate primarily via facts; other people communicate primarily via feelings and emotions. IntelCrew formats the data into a logical presentation so that it can be understood and accepted by professional-orientedpeople and based on value logic.
8. Conveys both analytical and, paradoxically, non-analytical data.
Sometimes words which constitute one of the intellect's primary tools are an effective means by which to relay something which is not expressible in words themselves. For example, the "fatuques" might be more important for the transmission of feelings and emotions and imagery that they are for the transmission of the concepts that are expressed in them.
9. Operates with consciously known data only.
This data is acquired from external sources and internal sources (e.g., the products of logical deductions and inductions). The system is useless in situations in which facts are incomplete or wholly unavailable, the subject matter cannot be crystallized into facts (e.g., human behavior, which can be reduced to statistics, and projected into probabilities but neither of those entities are "facts"). In contrast, the System has access to all data regarding any given situation even the data of which we are not consciously aware.