With a combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots
We are moving forward with a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of that process with you in this section.
July 19, 2022
When I'm trying to organize my clutter, I think about a lot of things.
We can label and categorize, narrow it down to only what we need according to our experience, take data and find rules, organize it into a tree like an evolutionary lineage, or take close elements and express them metaphorically.
If there are physical limitations, such as living space, that would be sufficient, but with information that is infinitely close to a person, it is a different story.
The Age of Exploration, which began in the 15th century, was just such a chaotic situation, and the vast amount of information brought from the New World seemed to provide new perspectives.
Renaissance: The Age of the Information Revolution
The goal of Renaissance mnemonics was to control information topographically. In other words, the ideal system was one in which the position and location of each piece of information had an appropriate meaning within the overall structure, so that the relationship between the individual and the whole could be grasped intuitively.
However, this method of managing knowledge in a fixed arrangement will eventually become unable to cope with the reality of infinite growth of information.
Rather, the idea is reversed, and the prevailing view is that an image of the world is constructed by an observer from the range of experiences he or she has been able to observe.
By searching tens or hundreds of thousands of cards for a keyword, extracting and combining only what is needed, a one-time, meaningful knowledge link or bundle of information is extracted each time.
Extract meaningful wisdom on the spot, one time only.
The fun part of running a company or creating IT services is being able to explore how to fold information in this way.