David W. Aha and Rosina Weber

Researchers and practitioners of artificial intelligence (AI) and related fields might expect to see the phrase "Lessons Learned" in the title of a publication, as the title of a penultimate slide in a presentation, or as a section near the end of a report on a completed project. This focus on informally sharing lessons is an excellent way to communicate experiential information that may be valuable for reuse in future, related endeavors. So perhaps it is not surprising that this topic is taken very seriously by hundreds of organizations that invest substantial funds, time, and effort into developing knowledge management (KM) solutions for formal lessons learned (LL) processes.

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