However where we are, is at point that we humans can begin learning from how machines think. More specifically, the programs or algorithms we use.
In the process, we ourselves can make better, faster and more efficient choices. Or so we hope. That’s the idea of Ali Almossawi, a data visualizer at Apple and the author of Bad Choices: How Algorithms Can Help You Think Smarter and Live Happier.
My conversation with Ali Almossawi: