More things than you would think are dynamic strategic problems. If you can improve running by offloading a (barely conscious) decision process, you can improve pretty much everything, even the processes you think are too straightforward or “human.”

Understanding what you want to optimize, what you need to control, and what information is directly relevant to this is much — much, much, much — more important than algorithmic sophistication, whether in the form of complex neural networks, Large Language Models, or anything else. Deciding what to change is always the most consequential decision in optimization of the system.

Wavelights and AIs as strategic amplifiers
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