When something’s written up, people can absorb it on their own time when they have the time. It’s even better for remote teams where timezones don’t overlap. Asynchronous communication like this is the secret to being efficient in groups. Real-time is not. Real-time encourages distraction, asynchronous encourages focus.
What if we could transfer the difficulty of making complex predictions — the data optimisation and feature specification — from the programmer to the program? This is the promise of modern artificial intelligence.
…en apart at this point because people won’t take part, lacking confidence in their ability to draw. But — it’s not about drawing something pretty, it’s about getting information out of your brain and down on paper. That information can be boxes, scribbles or even words. Words are perfectly valid sketches.