2019-01-22 Random Interesting Shit
Today’s Principle to Follow:
Principle #17: Compare Different Systems to Each Other and Ask Yourself how They are Similar or Dissimilar.
You can consider systems such as the human body, the universe, the ecosystems, etch. This will broaden your understanding of more and more topics. Many systems can have unexpected similarities that can be easy to miss if you don’t make the conscious effort to make connections. Take the human brain and computer programming, for example. Computer code is in binary, this means that 0’s and 1’s are used to encode whether a feature is on or off. The brain has a similar feature. Neurons guide our thought processes and brain functions, but they are designed either to fire or not fire (turn on or off). Therefore, neurons and computer code have a core similarity. The smallest component of both act fairly simply, but when compounded into networks of billions of 0’s and 1’s, or billions of neurons that fire and don’t fire, the possibilities are endless. These kinds of connections can help you see how fields that seem completely different actually have some things in common. Making broad connections is often a key to making a creative breakthrough. In this case, knowledge of these different fields could be used to make new discoveries in the field of artificial intelligence.
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