rapid prototyping to slow
rapid prototyping sounds stressful. but that’s machine talk. that’s what tech likes/wants to give us.
perhaps this is less about singularity and more about a dance.
rather than us hankering-after/climbing-over/rushing-about/competing .. always in a state of stress..
perhaps we’ve manufactured enough knowledge/cognition/facts to start dancing/breathing/being with tech/machine.
perhaps we let go.. and swim into the limit\less ness.. of humanity.. rather than racing/calculating/documenting the efficiency.. of machine..?
[of note: in 20 years of asking youth what advice they had for adults.. #1 answer – to chill/relax.]
via Greg Satell:
But what you really need to know about big data is this: It represents a fundamental shift in how we do things. In effect, big data opens the door to a Bayesian approach to strategy where…
we no longer try to be “right” based on controlled research and small samples, but rather become less wrong over time as real world information floods in.
One man’s rebellion against America’s obsession with stuff, long work hours, and quick fixes http://t.co/wynqW9WK1k
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