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So it happened one day that a project manager Iwas working with complained about having too much to do and not being sure how to attack the pile.
"I use traditional computer processing algorithms," I said nonchalantly, and got an appropriately confused look. I then went on to explain some basic algorithms that helps computer systems prioritise what to do under certain circumstances to ensure maximum "useful" efficiency.
I was partially kidding, but, well, only partially. Is there a genuine possibility whereby we can use formulated ideas from a particular technical field to address day-to-day efficiency?
This talk is was about just that.
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