The graphical approach to problem-solving is a good idea. "The horizontal axis describes how readily your company can address the problem; the vertical axis describes how much benefit will derive from addressing the problem. Companies should be looking for problems that sit in the upper-right corner...."
On another note, I missed the registration for Stanford Rebuild (unfortunately). I'd like to contribute to the public think tank on post-CoVID solutions. I'll revisit the Rebuild web page for updates.
I think augmentation AI and replacement AI get the most focus in popular conversation. These four classifications, however, define AI as a utility for collaboration with human cognitive effort. Further, the report examines the devolution of human cognitive effort if dependent on the technology.
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The Cheyney Challenge is an initiative of alumnus Mr. Bright. I committed to it in 2015, and began donating the following year.
I never thought of the internet of the '90s in terms of its "imagined audience." One of [my] school librarians would recommend Google to [us] students, and I myself thought of it and the Web as a digital library.
Not anymore. Google, Facebook and other social media may be of public interest, but they're not a public service. They're commercial enterprises and publicly traded. Not a problem. Nonetheless, I agree with the professor when she notes the library (I'll emphasize public library) and librarians as another resource for research and information.
Jubalyn ExWilliams lives in Pennsylvania (United States). A netizen since 1996, her website is updated at landturn.com.
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