The quotes below are from here. Mutual adjustment Mutual adjustment, which achieves coordination by the simple process of informal communication (as…
Active inference agents minimise the expected free energy over a trajectory of actions. Free energy over a trajectory is the divergence between the…
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Upon reading “On the Opportunities and Risks of Foundation Models”, 2.3 “Robotics”, I predict that manufacturing automation could, and probably will be…
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The statement from the title of this post is the result of combining several ideas which I present below. This is still a very vague statement (in which…
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Specialised/extended version of Project alphas. This ontology could be used in the practices/disciplines of entrepreneurship (notably, governance…
System analysis, risk analysis, requirements management, systems management, system synthesis, enterprise architecture, and change management
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Note-taking systems (wikis, Zettelkasten) suit well for personal research and reasoning/sensemaking in writing but not so much for memoising stuff, as I…
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For the purposes of this post, a model is a nebulous concept related to a mathematical function, but not equivalent to it. A function is an “ideal…
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Principles, causal models, the role of intuition in business, PR FAQ, people-centric approach to invention, critical rationalism
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Statistics, causality, causal modelling, mediation analysis, counterfactuals, philosophy of research, causal representation learning, ethical AI, the…
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In Anatoly Levenchuk’s book Education for Educated (in Russian), I’ve encountered a very powerful idea that ontologies (or, less formally, lists of…
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Thinking/reasoning of both humans and machines could be arranged along the formality gradient of semantics. This picture is adapted from Anatoly…