She is an accomplished management consultant and cognitive scientist with over 30 years of experience in artificial intelligence (AI), data analytics and decision-making processes.
As a reliability engineer on NASA’s Saturn Rocket Project, Ms. Tice worked on the reliability models and trajectory systems portrayed in the movie Apollo 13. She received international recognition for developing the first artificial intelligence (AI) code generator. Developed AI systems for planning, finance, sales and information technology. Developed MIP’s proprietary processes for capturing intuition and decision-making processes as well as MIP’s AI Intellectual Capital Repository®.
At the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, she lectured and conducted research on capturing and using expert decision-making processes with Dr. Robert Ashenhurst who published their joint findings in Minds and Machines...the Journal for Artificial Intelligence, Philosophy and Cognitive Science.