gupta roadblock law
it’s not hard to assess whether what you are doing matters.. it is hard to choose to make that assessment and to disengage with what is irrelevant – Vinay Gupta
imagining the possibilities/world.. if we disengage from ie: money, contracts, consensus, all sorts of B, war, compulsion, proof, competition, control, order, earning a living, fear, shame, pluralistic ignorance, ….
io dance ness.
wake up ness.
pluralistic ignorance ness.
via Nic nov 1 2015
surrender. there is no plan.
pay attention to that.
whimsy matters. a nother way. for all of us.
via Monica fb share:
This book cut through a lot of misconceptions I held about AI. It was hard to switch to the Holistic view after having used Reductionist AI successfully in the industry for a decade. But I just didn’t see a way to get to Understanding by using Models. It was the right decision.
Two quotes from Amazon’s blurb on the book:
“Finally, a book that really does explain consciousness.”
I don’t think this book makes a dent in that debate. Nothing does.
“Although we are unaware of it, our brains sift through and discard billions of pieces of data in order to allow us to understand the world around us. In fact, most of what we call thought is actually the unconscious discarding of information”
In two sentences they summarize my research: That Understanding is the result of discarding the irrelevant at multiple levels of abstraction. But this is of course not a coincidence, since this book was one of the main inspirations for my research.
This then led to my Organic Learning algorithm, which is built on these principles.
book: the user illusion (1999)