After-action review

An after action review (AAR) is a structured review or de-brief (debriefing) process for analyzing what happened, why it happened, and how it can be done better by the participants and those responsible for the project or event. After-action reviews in the formal sense were originally developed by the U.S. Army. Formal AARs are used by all US military services and by many other non-US organizations. Their use has extended to business as a knowledge management tool and a way to build a culture of accountability.

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Augmented Reality: Law, Privacy Ethics -> Smart List

Enhancing Human Decision Making Safety using Augmented Reality (AR) raises new legal issues including: Intellectual Property, User-Generated Content (UGR), Privacy Ethics

In Australia, the law says that your employer (your boss) must do all they can to make sure your job does not hurt you or make you sick.

This law is called work health and safety (WHS) or occupational health and safety (OHS). The law also says your boss must have insurance for you in case you are hurt at work. This is called workers’ compensation. If you are hurt or get sick at work, the insurance may pay for your medical treatment and for your wages until you can work again. This covers all workers in Australia, even if you are on a temporary visa.

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